Whether you have just a few shekels or buckets full of them, you should be able to find welcome shelter from the elements here. All the accommodations are cabins, but they range in comfort from permanent canvas tents to handsome “honeymoon cabins” with indoor plumbing, a queen size bed, private patio and lots of charm. Those high-end cabin are some of the few cabin that have running water (most share a central bathhouse). I like the “Rustic Cabins” with an outdoor woodburning stove and room for a family because they have the most character, and because they really feel like they belong in this spectacular setting, but they share the central bathhouse with other guests. Kings Canyon visitors looking for a more hotel-like experience should probably look elsewhere.