You are here

Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park Offers Winter Lodging Packages


While not everyone who travels to Sequoia National Park in winter is up for a backcountry ski into Emerald Basin, the Giant Forest area can be a lot of fun, with cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding options. NPS photo.

In the wake of the potent winter storm that swept through the Sierra earlier this week, this offer from the folks at Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park seems particularly well-timed. When the park's snowbase is deep, it can be a great cross-country ski destination, good for snowshoeing, and popular with kids who like to sled.

With all that in mind, the lodge offers the following deals:

from $116* per night
Explore the park and then relax in the comfort of our mountain lodge. Our popular B&B Package is perfect for a quick winter getaway and includes nightly accommodations and breakfast for two the next morning.

from $134* per family
Whether you're planning something fun for the school break or just a quick weekend getaway, the Winter Family Fun Package includes everything you need to enjoy a little togetherness. You'll enjoy nightly accommodations, snowshoe rentals for two adults and a sled to use on our hill.

from $158* per couple
Rekindle a romance in the warmth of Wuksachi Lodge. With the Winter Romance Package, you'll enjoy nightly accommodations, snowshoe rental for two to explore our scenic setting and a bottle of champagne with keepsake flutes.

For reservations, call 866-449-4902 or log on to

The fine print: *Rates subject to availability. Restrictions may apply. Outdoor activities are contingent upon weather conditions.


I tried to get the Winter Family Fun Package, but the operator could not tell me when it was available. She took my number and said someone would call back that day. No one did. I emailed the concessionaire, explained what I wanted and got no response. A week later I emailed the manager about my request and lack of response, and got no response. I then got a reservation at Grant Grove Village, run through Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park Services Company.

Just got home from our first stay in Sequoia National Park. We arrived just after a major snow storm and it was beautiful. The lodge was nice - nothing fancy but we loved being right in the park with the gorgeous scenery right outside our window. We spent a day on snowshoes and couldn't have had a better time. Absolutely wonderful park.

Add comment


This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

National Parks Traveler's Essential Park Guide