Available Upon Request: (let us know ahead of time and we'll have it in your room upon arrival)Pool Towels, Hair Dryer, Coal chimney & Coals ($5), Baby Pak-n-Play, Toddler seat, plates & utensils for lodge rooms, snack basket of organic muffins and fruit ($5 for 2 person basket)
We are not currently servicing rooms for guests in-house and our lobby is also closed to guests.
Call, leave a voice message, or email the office for non-urgent items you might need refreshed before 5 pm each day. There is a video doorbell at the front door you can ring at any time between 8 am and 8 pm for urgent items.
If you want to dispose of trash there is a dumpster located to the right of the office. You can drop the bag over the green fence before 5 pm but if after 5 pm, please place inside of dumpster to avoid attracting wildlife! Alternatively, you can leave the bag outside with your recycling during the day and we will pick it up.
We are in a wild-fire risk area, so there are no outdoor fire pits or outdoor fires allowed anywhere on property (It's illegal!) Please dispose of cigarettes carefully too!
Our water is safe to drink from the tap. It is straight from the river & filtered to state standards, so bring your refillable water bottle and nix the plastic disposables.
Pets must remain with you at all times and on leash. Please pick up after your pet and remember furry friends are not allowed near or in the pools.
(See info at the bottom "Other Ways to Explore 3R" for walks leaving from the property.)
Some of our favorite day trips are listed below. Remember food services are currently NOT OPEN so pack enough food, snacks, and water for a long day of adventure. Note at higher altitude you can become dehydrated more easily so drink up!
Afternoon: Option to hike Tokopah Falls (4.5 mi round trip) OR scenic drive with some short stops: follow Moro Rock road, park and walk Hanging Rock, then continue loop toward Crescent Meadow through Tunnel Log, stop at Parker Group, stop at Auto Log, and return.
Best Places to see Sunset in the Park:Moro Rock, (or Hanging Rock to watch the Alpenglow turn Moro pink), the aptly named Sunset Rock, or easier access Beetle Rock. Remember to bring a flashlight as it can get dark quite quickly after the sun goes down!
For those lucky guests staying longer...
2-3 Day Itinerary: Choose any Day 1 and for the second day try Mineral King or Kings Canyon (a totally separate National Park!)
Mineral King: We cannot give enough praise to this favorite part of the park. A very windy and steep 23 mile road not for the faint of heart is rewarded with spectacular hikes to various Alpine lakes and always ends with a piece of pie from Silver City Mountain Resort (you won't regret stopping here for dinner, a beer, and a slice after your dayhike)!
Did you know our neighbor Kings Canyon is a totally separate National Park and is even deeper than the Grand Canyon in places? Taking a drive nearly to the end of the aptly named Road's End offers you picturesque views of the Kings River flowing through the deep canyon and many roadside stops for short walks to waterfalls. Zumwalt Meadow in early summer is breathtaking and not to be missed!
From the lodge start early and either drive through Sequoia National Park or for different scenery take the route around the lake and enter from the East. You will not have any phone reception throughout most of this route so bring a map or GPS enabled app.
King's Canyon: Enter at Grant Grove and feel free to stop in this area for a bathroom break and to see the second largest Sequoia. There is lots of history in this area from times of logging Sequoia's, so more stumps and less concentration of awe-inspiring living Sequoias compared to the Giant Forest.
Fish out back by the river, at the lake, or drop a line into the calmer waters just upstream.
To get there, follow along the road toward the Park entrance until you find a driveway on your right before the main Park gate. Follow the path through the no trespassing gate to find a bridge over the river and many calmer pools ripe for fishing.
Hike, mountain bike, or run from Skyline Trailhead at the base of Case Mountain.
Take a calming "flume walk" leaving right from our backyard.
To access, look for the footpath heading up the hill between The Canopy yoga studio and the sign at the base of the driveway. Follow it and go left at the top to walk as long as you like (about 4 miles to the very end) & gain a different perspective on Three Rivers.
We have some of the darkest skies in California. Venture outside to stargaze or join one of our programs. If you're up for an adventure, hike Moro Rock under the light of a full moon.
Enjoy a yoga class , meditation session, or sign up for a wellness retreat at The Canopy yoga studio on property
Schedule a massage in a private massage room right here at The Canopy.
Explore the interesting history of the miners and the Kaweah Colony that are at the origins of Three Rivers by stopping into the Three Rivers Historical Museum or Mineral King Museum.