Since 1899, this has been the budget option in Yosemite Valley. The majority of the 500 units are bare-bones canvas tent-cabins that share a communal bathhouse, but there are wooden cabins (with and without private bathrooms) and a few motel-style units. Curry Village is convenient, with everything from groceries to a pool to restaurants, but is a little thin when it comes to modern conveniences. It’s also a busy spot, so not exactly the spot to get away from it all, but it can be good pick for families who want a camping-like experience without all of the gear, dirt, and other camping rigmarole.