Honeymoon Cabin #9 - Grant Grove Village, Grant Grove Village

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Honeymoon Cabin #9 - Grant Grove Village, Grant Grove Village - click on photo for larger image.
The oldest structure at Grant Grove Village is the bark-covered cabin #9, also known as the Honeymoon Cabin, also sometimes called the Log Cabin. Built in 1910, this cabin was originally located at Hume Lake, about 5 miles northwest of it's current location, where it served as a stage stop. The cabin was relocated to the Lodge Area ("Tent City") of Grant Grove Village where it served for many years as the reading room. At some time it was converted to a guest room. The modern building in the rear left of this photo is the John Muir Lodge building on the far side of the creek.

HELP! If you have memories or old photos of the facilities at Grant Grove I would love to see them, and will pass on anything relevant to the Park Service historian. Because much of the written history here has been lost, anything you have might be of great help! To contact me (Jess Stryker) click on the Contact Link at the top of this page.

 

See Our Review of the Grant Grove Village Lodging
Includes a list of amenities and our own tips for planning a visit based on our many visits over the years.


Text, photos, and images by Jess Stryker, unless noted. Copyright © Jess Stryker, 2009. All rights reserved.
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