First Resort in the Yosemite Region in more than 25 years is Ready for Guests

El Capitan-Kim Carroll Photography 

Rush Creek Lodge officially opened to guests, welcoming guests to the first resort in the Yosemite region in more than 25 years.

Conveniently located less than a mile from the park’s west entrance, the 143-room rustic modern resort is nestled on 20 wooded acres and offers an abundant array of activities for families and couples alike.

Rush Creek Resort Hillside Villa-Kim Carroll Photography 

  • Ideal for creating unforgettable getaways inspired by nature, the resort’s Lodge Rooms, Suites, and Hillside Villas ($215-$495) all feature decks overlooking the wilderness, the majority with sunset views.
  • Everyone can fuel up for the day at the resort’s restaurant or tavern offering fresh, hearty California cuisine.  The restaurant’s open display kitchen showcases a wood-fired oven and cozy hearth and features indoor/outdoor seating options. 
  • Kids can enjoy the striking mountain scenery from high above the ground during a zip-line adventure and cannonball into the 2,400 square foot, salt water pool.
  • Adult guests can head to the hills for a crowd-free, guided hike offered by the resort’s full-service recreation department  featuring over 30 guided excursions and wellness programs, or steal away for a soak in the hot tub just for grown-ups.

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The resort is just a 3-hour drive from the San Francisco Bay Area along scenic Highway 120, the most direct route to Yosemite from the Bay Area, and with year-round access to the Park.

Resorts like this usually reserve years in advance so get in on the ground floor now with reservations. 

Reservations can be made directly with the hotel, Hotels.com is offering 10 percent off, and reservations can be made on Expedia

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