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MAKE A RESERVATION AT FIVESPOT

When you fill in this form and click the "book now" button, you will be directed to another page to complete your information and securely enter your credit card details. Your card will not be charged until 1 week before your arrival date.

Cancellation policy: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days before your arrival date. After that, refunds are given only if your dates can be re-booked.

Please note: Fivespot is a non-smoking cabin, and pets are not allowed. A 3-night minimum stay is required when using this form, but requests by phone or email for two-night stays are welcome.

 

Thank you for booking Fivespot!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ROADS IN AND AROUND THE NATIONAL PARK
 
The 2023 winter storms caused considerable damage in this area of the Sierra Nevada, but roads are finally being repaired.

ACCESS TO THE CABINS
 
A section of Highway 245, between Fivespot and Merrynook Cabins and Highway 180, is closed through July 2024 (originally scheduled to reopen last February). Several additional repair projects were initiated recently and will take another 6+ weeks to complete. News of the delayed opening came from CalTrans, which released a Facebook post on June 6.
 
If you are arriving to the cabins from Hwy 180 through Yokuts Valley, do not turn off at Hwy 245. Instead, turn right onto Dunlap Road just past the Valero gas station and the Hume Lake Ranger District office. Continue on Dunlap Road approximately 25 minutes to the stop sign at Hwy 245 in Pinehurst. Continue going up hill on 245 until you reach the cabin (about 5 minutes more). 
 
If you are arriving to the cabins from the south via Hwy 245, ignore the large sign warning about the closure as you approach Dunlap Road in Pinehurst. Continue up 245 until you reach the cabins (about 5 minutes further). The road closure is beyond the cabins.
 
GETTING TO THE PARK FROM THE CABINS (see attached map)
 
These are the two alternate routes to the Park:
- 245 / Dunlap Road to 180. This road takes about 50 minutes to the Park entrance, but the road has 2 defined lanes and is less risky. 
- Todd Eymann / Millwood to 180. This county road takes about 40 minutes to the Park entrance, but it is steep and narrow, and meeting oncoming vehicles is difficult. Overall this road is NOT recommended.
 
GENERAL PARK ROAD INFORMATION (for the latest, check the Park website)
 
- Generals Highway from the northern (Big Stump) entrance to Giant Forest is OPEN.
- The foothills region, accessed from the southern (Ash Mountain) entrance above Three Rivers, is open, but Generals Highway between Three Rivers and the sequoia groves may have up to 30-minute delays. View detailed information on the Kings Canyon Sequoia Park road construction page.
- Highway 180 has reopened to Deer Cove Turn Out (just past Grizzly Falls) as of May 10! Boyden Cavern is now open. The road all the way to Cedar Grove and the heart of Kings Canyon (Roads End) will open mid- to late June. Check the Kings Canyon Sequoia Park road conditions page for updates.
- Crystal Cave will be closed for all of 2024.
- Mineral King Road is open.

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