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Celebrating a Century of Adventure

Evergreen Lodge Centennial Celebrations

Historic Postcard of Yosemite's Hetch HetchyHistoric Greyhound BusEvergreen Owner John Bargmann at Soda FountainIn 1921 America was rolling through the Roaring 20’s.

Prohibition was in full swing, which set the stage for Speakeasy culture, bad booze and creative cocktails.  The President at the time was a waffle fanatic.  Out-of-work bartenders and celebrities like Ernest Hemingway were fleeing to Cuba for fun.  Dancing the Charleston decked out in Flapper regalia was all the rage.

Funny to think that amidst all the chaos Evergreen Lodge was born, in large part to serve workers building the O’Shaughnessy Dam in Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy valley.

Centennial Photo Contest

Right now, we invite you to join in our Centennial photo contest, “Celebrating a Century of Adventure,” for a chance to win a free stay as our honored guest at our official Centennial Celebration Weekend, May 22nd.

You can read more details on our History page, and bookmark this page as your Centennial party place!

We’ll have updates throughout the year on Centennial activities, and links to surprise goodies like our “100 Ways to Celebrate Our 100th” list.

You can also mark your calendar for the weekend of “March 19-21” when we’ll officially kick off the year’s celebrations while welcoming the first day of Spring.

Stay tuned for more updates coming soon!