The Canary House provides an adult-only getaway for those looking for a retreat near Bass Lake and Yosmite.
The house includes three bedrooms, two baths and a loft area. The kitchen is fully stocked and there is plenty of onsite parking.
Bass Lake is a freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada, and is located approximately five miles from The Canary House.
Water sports of all kinds, as well as fishing are popular activities on the lake.
The lake is a hydro-electric reservoir operated by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company. In addition to electricity generation, its water is used for crop irrigation in the San Joaquin Valley.
Most of the land around the lake is part of the Sierra National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service designated the lake an official Recreation Area and has developed campgrounds and picnic areas on the south shore of the lake.
The Fish Camp entrance to Yosemite is under an hour's drive from the Canary House. Fish Camp is a town in the California Gold Country along the scenic, winding, Highway 41, at the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park.
Beautiful meadows, tall mountains and pristine trout streams makes this Gold Country town a vacationers paradise. A fly fisherman's paradise, the town of Fish Camp was named for the abundant daily catch. Hike, bike, swim and explore Yosemite National Park, Ski Badger Pass and fish Bass Lake Recreation Area.
Near the Fish Camp entrance is Mariposa Grove. From early May to late October you can take a guided tram tour of the grove's giant sequoias. Or, you can walk among them at any time of year.