Curry Village

Yosemite Valley, California

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Beneath the grandeur of Glacier Point, Curry Village is known for the same warm, hospitable feeling that was instilled by its founders, David and Jennie Curry in 1899. Curry Village features standard hotel rooms, wood cabins and canvas tent cabin accommodations.

Seasonal amenities include ice skating, bike rentals, swimming pool, rock climbing and guided hikes.

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