OAKHURST — One at a time, six per night for five nights total, guest cabins destined for a popular Yosemite area property are scheduled to on the road, through Thursday night, Nov. 1.
The little buildings filling the lot on the west side of Highway 41 just south of 47th Place Carpet One are being prepped for delivery to Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp, according to local CHP who are supervising the move.
The little “cabins” have been waiting to be transported to a 30-acre site between the north side of the Lodge, and the pond across the highway from the Fish Camp Post Office. The new, modern two-bedroom ‘Explorer Cabins’ are being delivered one at a time to the location, the Oakhurst CHP confirms.
The process of moving the cabins began on Sunday night, Oct. 28 at about 9 p.m. when the first buildings were successfully relocated. Results in terms of time on the road were better than anticipated, according to CHP spokesman, Officer Luis Lugo.
Project managers say the second run took 30 minutes and the road remained open, with four CHP cars escorting the adventure cabins up the road. Six cabins were moved overnight, and six more will be moved each night through Thursday, Nov. 1, for a total of 30 cabins.
More cabins are scheduled to be moved to Tenaya in December, says Officer Lugo, but no dates have been locked in as of yet. We will update when more information becomes available.
It’s expected that the cabins will be ready to accommodate guests in the spring of 2019.
For complete details of the project, please visit this link.
The Tenaya Lodge is located at 1122 Highway 41 in Fish Camp, Calif.