Yosemite Fall Deals

Your backstage pass to Yosemite!
Yosemite National Park is a vast wilderness that some say is best explored during the Fall season.  With the hustle and bustle of Summer in the rearview mirror, the roads and trails are wide open for you to roam to your heart’s content.

You can usually count on access to Yosemite’s breathtaking High Country and Tuolumne Meadows through October, where you’ll find magnificent granite peaks, old growth forest and pristine Alpine Lakes wrapped in the brilliant colors of Fall foliage.

Firefall Ranch is the ideal base camp for exploring Yosemite in Fall, especially with the lesser-traveled Hetch Hetchy region just a mile from the lodge. Be sure to bookmark this page, and keep scrolling for an ideal itinerary filled with our guide and guest favorites.
At a Glance
  • Up to 15% off weekdays
  • Book early for best rates
  • Daily on-site activities for all ages
  • Free expert planning advice
  • No hidden Resort Fees
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WHAT'S INCLUDED
With Evergreen as your base camp for your Yosemite Road Trip, you'll be exploring Yosemite in style!

Upon arrival you'll receive your Recreation Calendar outlining all the amazing activities available during your stay, including our nightly tradition of fireside s'mores.  Head to the heated saltwater pool and hot tub, stretch your legs on one of our local trails, or wander into any of our extensive indoor or outdoor play areas.

That's the beauty of NO Hidden Resort Fees - you're free to roam!
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In Evergreen's Recreation Center you'll find our Rec Desk, where our friendly Rec Team is happy to help you plan adventures that are ideal for your party's interests.  This expert planning advice is free to all guests, and full of local insights gleaned from our professionally guided excursions.

Back at your cabin relax on your deck to enjoy fresh air among the trees, a charming box full of games and an Alexa smartspeaker for entertainment - instead of TV's -  because we're hoping you'll unplug and reconnect with loved ones, nature and self.

That said, Wi-Fi is complimentary, and if you need to catch a big game you'll find it on the big screen TV in our historic Tavern.
OFFER DETAILS
The earlier you book, the more you save. Discounts vary based on cabin type and time of visit:

October 9th - 19th save up to 10% off weekdays
October 22nd - November 16th save up to 15% off weekdays
Discounted rates start as low as $242 for a Deluxe King Cabin and $306 for a 2-Bedroom Family Cabin

Reservations are simple - no promo code needed.  Simply select the Best Available Rate when you make your reservation on this website. For our Best Rate Guarantee remember to book directly with us on this site, call our local reservationists at (209) 379-2606, or email us at info@evergreenlodge.com.
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Your lodging reservation is all you need for a spectacular Yosemite adventure, with no hidden Resort Fees.  From basics such as free parking and free Wi-Fi, to Pool Area access and Forest Disc Golf fun, to more robust delights like the Daily Activities organized by our onsite Recreation Team throughout our indoor and outdoor play areas, including everyone’s favorite – nightly fireside s’mores roasting! Plus, miles of nature trails in the adjacent forest.

Rates do not include tax. Discount offers are subject to availability, have no cash value, may not be combined with other offers, and do not apply to the John Muir House, Kay's Nest, or groups of 10 or more.

Your Ideal Yosemite Itinerary

Here is your backstage pass to Yosemite!  We've put together a collection of our guide and guest favorites for you to pick from, so you can explore like a local.
DAY 1: FUN AT THE LODGE
With your scenic drive to Yosemite in the rearview mirror, it's time to settle in at the lodge and let the good times roll!  There are fun surprises around every corner for play, relaxation and discovery.  There's also nothing quite like just kicking back on your cabin's deck amid the trees and just chillin'.
Forest Disc Golf

Just across the road from our Main Lodge Restaurant and Tavern you can stretch your legs, take in the fresh mountain air and have some fun on our 9-hole Forest Disc Golf course. It's beginner-friendly and easy to navigate, with both a novice and expert level of play to choose from. The entire course takes under an hour to play, lending itself perfectly for a quick and easy game that's perfect after a long drive.
Pool Time

Our 2,000 square foot saltwater swimming pool and hot tub provide ample space for adults and children alike to relax and refresh after the day's journey. Relax poolside with your party in the shade of one of our umbrellas or catch some sun rays and grab a refreshing cocktail or mocktail from our Pool Bar.
Dinner in the Tavern

Keep it casual on your first night and roll into our historic Tavern for some good times with fellow travelers and colorful local characters.  You'll love our seasonal menu that includes classic mountain lodge favorites alongside some surprising twists on modern dishes.  We're also known for our signature beverages, craft beer and a wine list to please any palate.
S'mores & Stargazing

As the sun begins to set, enjoy our nightly tradition of complimentary s’mores by our outdoor fire pits, and watch the night sky begin to reveal a spectacular display of stars, unlike anything you’ll ever see among bright city lights. Check with the Rec Desk to see if we're getting the telescope out!
DAY 2: YOSEMITE VALLEY OR HIGH COUNTRY
Time to explore the wide-open spaces of Yosemite!
Breakfast

Fuel up for the day’s adventures with a hearty mountain breakfast from our Restaurant served in our outdoor dining areas.  Then head over to our General Store to pack your trail lunch for the day with our freshly-made sandwiches and wraps, delicious salad medleys, and other tasty provisions.
Yosemite Valley or High Country

If this is your first visit, you'll probably want to explore one of the most iconic areas of Yosemite National Park: Yosemite Valley.




    • To drive your own vehicle, be sure to stop by our Rec Desk for the latest updates on best routes, timing and Park access.




If you’ve already been to Yosemite Valley, we highly recommend you visit the pristine and magnificent Yosemite High Country and Tuolumne Meadows, which is only road-trip accessible until Tioga Pass closes for the Winter season.  Stop by our Rec Desk for help planning your own drive, or you can join one of our professionally guided adventures such as our Yosemite High Country Naturalist Tour, Mono Pass Naturalist Hike, or May Lake & Mount Hoffmann Naturalist Hike.
Fun at the Lodge

After an amazing day exploring Yosemite, enjoy the amenities at Evergreen specifically designed to relax you after a long day.

Let your competitive side out with our wide array of outdoor games like shuffleboard, table tennis, giant chess, bocce ball, and more. Or maybe you’d like to indulge in a massage to soothe your muscles so you’ll be ready for your next day of adventures.
Dinner

Evergreen’s culinary team serves freshly prepared delicious items you can enjoy in any of our outdoor dining areas or back at your room in the privacy of your own deck. The kitchen is buzzing with energy, putting out amazing dishes to end your day on a high note with classic mountain lodge cuisine plus some unexpected twists on more modern dishes.
S’mores & Stargazing

Individually packaged s’mores await you to end your day in Yosemite the sweetest way possible. Once the sun sets, our heated saltwater pool and hot tub is the perfect place for stargazing with an unobstructed view of the night sky. Insider Tip: Check in with the Recreation Team to see which stars or planets are particularly visible during your visit!
DAY 3: YOSEMITE’S HETCH HETCHY RESERVOIR
After a refreshing night's sleep, get excited to begin the journey to a lesser-traveled part of Yosemite, the Hetch Hetchy region.
Breakfast

Our General Store is brewing up your favorite coffee order along with seasonal specials to get you energized for your day of hiking and exploring. We’ve got all your favorite grab-and-go breakfast fixings to make even the pickiest of eaters satisfied.
Hetch Hetchy Day Hike

Located just a few miles down Evergreen Road, Hetch Hetchy is one of Yosemite’s hidden gems, offering a variety of options from easy day hikes to strenuous backpacking excursions. The easy 2.5 miles (each way) trail to Wapama Falls is a favorite for adults and children alike. This trail, which runs through a rock tunnel and then along the north side of the reservoir, allows visitors to experience the true power and majesty of the Hetch Hetchy waterfalls.
Dinner

We know firsthand how Yosemite activities create robust appetites, and the culinary team at Firefall Ranch is eager to satisfy your hunger and tempt your taste buds with fresh and hearty California mountain lodge cuisine. Tonight is your night to fill up on favorite seasonal items and maybe try something unexpected.
Evening Activities

By now you’ve fallen in love with your favorite Evergreen activities, but why not try something new to wrap up your time with us with an activity you can put on your shelf and be reminded of forever! Our sister property, Rush Creek Lodge, offers Glassblowing with our resident expert artist, who makes it easy for anyone ages 8 years and older to execute this phenomenal hands-on activity.  Your glass art piece needs overnight cooling, so you'll want to complete this activity tonight and pick up your finished piece on your way out tomorrow.
DAY 4: CARLON FALLS DAY HIKE OR SWIM
You're part of the Evergreen family now! Explore like a local on your last morning with us at Carlon Falls, just a few miles down the road and a staff favorite.
Breakfast

After you’ve grabbed one of your favorite hot breakfast items or your usual coffee order from our General Store, you’ll be ready to squeeze in one last hike.
Carlon Falls

Once on the trail, you’ll actually be walking right into Yosemite National Park, making this a true hidden treasure that few Yosemite visitors ever see. You can choose to do a short and easy 1-hour walk along the South Fork of the Tuolumne River, or make a day of it and hike all the way up past the series of waterfalls and swimming holes. The trail follows the South Fork of the Tuolumne River, taking you through a variety of foliage, historic remnants, swimming holes, and cascading falls.
On the Road Again…

If you’re leaving Firefall Ranch using Highway 120 West, you’ll pass through the charming Old West town of Groveland. You may want to stop by a locally loved coffee shop, Mountain Sage Coffee & Nursery, where you can sip on lovingly prepared homemade beverages and home-baked goods in their enchanting gardens. You’ll also love the art gallery featuring incredible images and stories created by local photographer, naturalist, and all-around great guy, Robb Hirsch, who also leads our photography workshops in Yosemite.

Until next time, happy trails!

Your friends at the Evergreen