The tent cabins in Big Basin are a great way to stay in the State Park but they are not run by the park service. I have been going since the 80's and love every minute. My kids have grown up in the loop.You can...続きを読む
The tent cabins are an interesting concept - somewhat rustic outdoor camping, but with a bit more enclosure than a tent and (best of all) a pot-belly wood burning stove to keep you comfortable during the almost freezing winter nights. Very comfortable for up to...続きを読む
We just returned from a 3 night stay on site 21. It was a last minute reservation because the Big Sur reservations we had were cancelled due to the wildfire situation.
Just to be clear, this is a review of the tent cabin campground not...続きを読む
I went on camping trip with my parents and my two children. We were all really excited to go thinking it would be big and spacious. When we got there we were so disappointed. It was raining a lot and the floors were wet. My...続きを読む
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The tent cabins are very basic and rustic, but I liked it. It was private inside and nice to be out of the elements. Fairly clean and beds were not bad. The wood burning stove is rustic, but it is a work horse. It is...続きを読む
Yes pets are allowed at Big Basin Redwoods State Park and in our tent cabins. However most of the trails in the park do not allow pets so it makes it rather challenging for guests that want to visit and hike the redwoods as... 続きを読む
Yes pets are allowed at Big Basin Redwoods State Park and in our tent cabins. However most of the trails in the park do not allow pets so it makes it rather challenging for guests that want to visit and hike the redwoods as there are so many wonderful trails. And we don't allow pets to be left unattended inside or outside of the cabins as a safety precaution. I hope that helps to answer your question. Thanks!
I have stayed at the Big Basin Tent Vabins any times at different times of the year. I noticed in the off season that large and small rats try to invade the cabin and crawl on the outside screens. This really creeps me out! Is this common OR did I just happen to be there at a year when this was abundant.
Thank you for letting me know.
We have tent cabin 16 reserved. Sites 33 and 38 are available right now and were mentioned as nice sites. Can anyone suggest which might be best and whether we should switch sites?