Bass Lake at Yosemite RV Resort
At Yosemite's doorstep we have it all. Great fishing, lake fun, jet skiing, hiking. Nearby golf & boat rentals. Enjoy our clubhouse, rental cabins & covered playground. Cable & Free Wifi. 30/50 amp pull thrus. Open all year.
- Recreational Facilities
- Other Amenities & Services
- Recreation Nearby (within 10 miles)
- Hunting Nearby (within 20 miles)
- On-Site Rentals
The cabin we rented was disgusting! Deep cleaning hadn't taken place in a very long time. The price we paid to stay there was NOT worth it. The bedding was clean, thank god! The towels contained so much lint that you felt gritty while applying lotion to your skin. The baseboards were filthy, and the side of the stove was disgusting!!!! The scissors in the drawer had food caked on them from lord knows how long ago. The floor vents were caked with dirt, grime, and dust. I was very uncomfortable during my stay at this very OVERPRICED cabin!!!! Now I understand this may sound like I am nagging over minor things; however, everything should have been clean and comfortable for the price we paid. Luckily we didn't spend much time in the cabin. I did not check out the park's common areas because, to be honest, I expected the same for the common areas as dirty as the cabin was. I would not recommend staying in a cabin at this resort.
We rented the smallest cabin they had to be able to stay I'm the park since our friends were camping with their RV. It said newly renovated and I recognize the attempt... the floors were good but the shower fixtures were old and coming out of the wall. None of the outlets worked in the bedroom. You had to stand sideways to use the shower and also practically sit sideways to use the toilet in the tiny bathroom. The pocket door to the bedroom came off the tracks when we tried to use it in the middle of the night and it was a process to get it back on. The moulding was falling off, the shower head hung loose off the wall, the cabinets were old with dwarers and doors all misaligned. The place wasn't well insulated so we heard EVERYTHING and they didn't seem to enforce any quiet hours or address it when people left their dog unattended at their camp site. We also had two mega RVs within 5' of us on either side so no point to all the windows. We were also cold when it got down to 26 at night even with the heat on. We left a day early because it was miserable. The dog run was nice and maintained but there were SO many RVs and people packed around the grounds. I thought it was very overpriced.
We stayed at 2 RV lots,59 and 60. They could not have been tighter. Our shade canopy was inches from our buddies trailer and we both were tight to one side to leave room for the next guy.left to right slope was 4.5" on lot 60 and 5.5" on 59. We both lost full water pressure several times over the 7 day stay. Not fun when showering. Bathrooms were well maintained and warm. Very clean if you needed to use showers or the facilities. Do NOT expect to have a campfire. We were told they only build them on sat/sun. We dug deeper and found out your have to request a campfire at the lodge area.We asked and then had to track someone at 715pm to get one started. Took 30m to get someone there. Unsure why campfires at sites are prohibited when national forrest sites had fires going. Probably would rather camp a little further away from the gates and have a campfire than stay again. This alone was the biggest turn off of the park.
Love it, nice place to camp. Lots of activities. For the Pandemic the activities have bee reduced. Busy weekends they you can purchase breakfast.