Perks at Sierra Inn
As with any place you choose to stay, there are common questions you might have that others also want to know.
About a half acre of undeveloped land for dogs to explore.
Seasonal creek access
Safely distanced from the highway
Pet poop bags available
We love pets! They are welcome on our restaurant deck and may stay with you in your room. (A $30 cleaning fee helps us ensure that the next guest doesn't have any allergic reactions.) Now we have a spot where dogs can roam, safely away from the highway.
We require a $30 pet cleaning fee that includes the duration of your stay (not nightly). Our staff takes extra precautions to clean after pets stay because we know some guests are allergic to animals.
When you book a stay at Gena's Sierra Inn, you don't have to worry about your check-in time. The day of your arrival you will receive your door code for contactless entry via text message and email. You never need to wait for a staff member to check you in, even if you arrive in the middle of the night.
We're just 14 miles from the Gateway to the Sierras. The joint entrance to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks also includes access to the Giant Sequoia National Monument, Sierra National Forest, and Sequoia-Kings Canyon Wilderness.
These magical regions host the deepest canyon in North America, the two largest trees in the world, rare geological formations like the Boyden Cave Roof Pendant, and endangered species like the California Condor.
Full Service Restaurant
With a full-service restaurant on site, you can rest assured that you can get a great meal at your home away from home. In addition, try our regional craft beer, local wines / mead and ciders.
Every room and mini cabin has a streaming TV that has hundreds of free channels to watch. You can connect any of your favorite streaming services like Netflix, HBOMax, Prime Video or Disney+ and never miss an episode of your favorite show.
As a small, woman-led, rural business, we depend on forging positive community relations to survive. That's why we host groups like AmeriCorps who are contracted through local natural resource protection organizations like Sierra Resource Conservation District who partner with regional organizations like our own Oak To Timberline Firesafe Council.
In addition, we hold fundraising events for Buck Rock Foundation, who protect and maintain local fire lookouts, Oak To Timberline Firesafe Council, who educate our community about forest fire safety practices, and our local volunteer fire department, Mountain Valley Fire Department.