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Lake cabins in Bass Lake

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Cabin in Oakhurst
NEW! SkyView@Yosemite - TreeHouse + GameRoom & Spa
Welcome to SkyView@Yosemite: A Postmodern Treehouse perched among trees of the Sierra National Forest and 12 miles from the south entrance to Yosemite National Park. Let SkyView be the basecamp for your Yosemite adventure or stay in to experience the comforts of a modernist treehouse. Enjoy the GAME ROOM with a new pool/air hockey table or relax on our wraparound deck with NEW HOT TUB while listening to the sounds of the forest and creek nearby. Level 2 EV Charger Available on Site!!
$214 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
New! Bass Lake Log Home - Pet Friendly!
Welcome to Bass Lake Log Home! A clean, cozy mountain cabin near beautiful Bass Lake and world famous Yosemite! Located within walking distance of the awesome Pines Resort and just 19 miles from the south entrance to Yosemite, this charming cabin provides the perfect location for your mountain adventures! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, this cabin comfortably sleeps 7 people.
$221 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Bass Lake Cabin Getaway Private Hot Tub & Game Rm!
Bass Lake Cabin Gataway Welcome to your Bass Lake Cabin Getaway! Located just seconds from Bass Lake and nearby public boat launch. Private hot tub, game room and WiFi to enjoy true relaxation! Bass Lake is just 30 minutes from the South Entrance near "Mariposa Sequoias", and 90 minutes to the Yosemite Valley.
$144 per night
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Stay near Bass Lake's top sights

Photo of The Pines Resort
The Pines Resort28 locals recommend
Photo of Ducey's On the Lake & Ducey's Bar & Grill
Ducey's On the Lake & Ducey's Bar & Grill181 locals recommend
Photo of Bass Lake Recreation Area
Bass Lake Recreation Area52 locals recommend
Photo of Willow Creek Trailhead
Willow Creek Trailhead52 locals recommend
Photo of Casa Velasco Mexican Restaurant
Casa Velasco Mexican Restaurant57 locals recommend
Photo of Bass Lake Boat Rentals and Watersports
Bass Lake Boat Rentals and Watersports75 locals recommend

Bass Lake cabins

Cabin in Oakhurst
Summit Cabin! Loaded with amenities!
$384 per night
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Cabin in Oakhurst
Hilltop Haven- Bright and Modern Cabin w/ hot tub and stunning views!
$229 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Bass Lake cabin w/boat slip, Marina & lake views
$293 per night
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Cabin in Oakhurst
The Winnie A-frame near Yosemite & Bass Lake
$202 per night
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Cabin in Oakhurst
Sugar Pine Haus- A Frame Cabin w/ Hot Tub!
$193 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Good Vibes Getaway Lake Views, private boat slip
$206 per night
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Cabin in Oakhurst
Spectacular Mountain View Near Yosemite & Town
$166 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Bass Lake / Yosemite Rustic Cabin on Falls Beach
$139 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Near Yosemite w/Spa & Lake View
$188 per night
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Cabin in Bass Lake
Little Heaven at Bass Lake
$121 per night
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Cabin in Oakhurst
Lovely Oakhurst Cabin w/ Deck & Mtn Views!
$166 per night
Cabin in Bass Lake
Bass Lake House |Boat Slip |Lake View | Pool Table
$205 per night
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Lake homes in Bass Lake

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Willow Cove Lodge- 5 bedrooms with a hot tub!
$336 per night
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Bass Lake Retreat -5 Minute Walk from Bass Lake
$250 per night
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**NEW** Lakeview Pines at Bass Lake
$178 per night
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Willow Cove Lake Views and Boat Slip, Bass Lake
$225 per night
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Cedar Ridge at Bass Lake - Pet Friendly
$329 per night
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Rustic Cabin Willow Cove, Bass Lake, Near Yosemite
$149 per night
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Dog-friendly home with private hot tub, great patio, fireplaces & pool access
$303 per night
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Lake Daze - Bass Lake Vacation Home w/ boat slip!
$250 per night
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NEW! Bass Lake Home w/ Decks: Private Boat Slip!
$183 per night
Home in Bass Lake
Eagles Nest at Bass Lake near Yosemite
$726 per night
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Home in Bass Lake
Three-story home in Willow Cove with 2 decks & great views - walk to Bass Lake
$223 per night
Home in Oakhurst
New! Skyline Lodge- 5 bedrooms with stunning views!
$440 per night
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Lake side cottage rentals in Bass Lake

Cottage in Bass Lake
Cottage near Yosemite National Park, BassLake slip
$135 per night
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Cottage in Oakhurst
Serene, cozy 1 bd cottage with patio & fast Wi-Fi!
$99 per night
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Cottage in Oakhurst
Serene Retreat*Bass Lake area*fast Wi-Fi
$130 per night
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Cottage in Shaver Lake
The Fish Bungalow in Shaver Lake Village
$93 per night
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Cottage in Friant
Hidden Lake Cottage
$236 per night
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Cottage in Shaver Lake
Cozy Cabin for Two with Furnished Patio - Close to the Villae & Lake, Dogs OK
$124 per night
Cottage in Bass Lake
Cottage Like Suite w/private Hot Tub #4
$199 per night
Cottage in Coarsegold
NEW! Family-Friendly Coarsegold Cottage w/ Yard!
$161 per night

Your guide to Bass Lake

All About Bass Lake

Regarded as one of the best fishing lakes in the Sierra Nevada, five-mile-long Bass Lake attracts anglers from all over California for its abundance of Kokanee salmon, trout, and catfish. Located 3.5 hours’ drive east of San Francisco and an hour north of Fresno, the lake is also a magnet for water sports enthusiasts: water skiing, wakeboarding, and kayaking are all on the menu here, as is swimming in the lovely, shallow coves.

Surrounded by pine forests, Bass Lake is also popular for hiking and mountain biking. The Mono Trail is a short loop to the top of a rock with a panorama of the lake. The five-mile-return hike to Goat Mountain Fire Lookout is more challenging, but it rewards with spectacular views. The three-mile Willow Creek Trail takes you to Angel Falls, a delightful swimming spot.

Bass Lake is a gateway to Yosemite National Park, just 30 minutes’ drive to the south entrance and the iconic Tunnel View. The park is full of magical adventures, including the journey to Glacier Point for expansive vistas of Yosemite Valley, the hike through the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, or the Mist Trail with its cool spray from Vernal and Nevada Falls.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bass Lake?

Summers are a great time to stay in one of the many cabins and rental homes in Bass Lake. Expect plenty of warm days and balmy nights for fun on the water. Every Friday in summer, the Bass Lake Live Summer Concert Series brings local musicians to the lake. In the fall, the temperatures drop, as do the crowds, but the weather is still mild — and the changing colors are spectacular. Bass Lake Halloween and Fall Carnival is a popular event in October with carnival rides, pumpkin carving, music, and games, plus a beer garden. Spring is a vibrant time to visit as the sun is shining and flowers are blooming. In winter, snowfall turns Bass Lake into a wonderland, with cross-country skiing and fat-tire mountain biking. Yosemite National Park also has a small ski area for downhill skiing and snowboarding.


What are the top things to do in Bass Lake?

Way of the Mono Trail

The Way of the Mono Trail is less than a mile through a pine forest with magnificent views of the lake. The loop trail is fairly easy and provides interpretive signs along the way highlighting native trees and plants and offering an insight into the lives of the Mono, the first peoples to live in the area.

The Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias

A 30-minute drive to Yosemite National Park will take you to the spectacular Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, one of the largest sequoia groves in the world with more than 500 giant trees. Here, you’ll see legendary trees such as the Fallen Monarch, a massive log that fell three centuries ago, and Grizzly Giant, the largest and oldest tree in the park at more than 2,700 years old.

Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad

Experience the Sierra Mountains from aboard an authentic steam train at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad. Choose from a suite of options, from a one-hour jaunt to soak up the fall foliage to narrated rides that focus on the history of the locomotive. The famous Moonlight Train includes dinner, music, and a stop at Lewis Creek Canyon, where you can pan for gold.

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