Visitors to the greater Yosemite Park region will find lots of hotels to choose from to fit every need and budget while traveling to and from Yosemite National Park.


Yosemite Park Lodging, Resorts, and Dining

From traditional tent cabins to the Four Diamond luxury of a historic hotel, Yosemite DNC offers a variety of overnight options nestled in a valley filled with world-famous sites and attractions. Read More...

Yosemite Area Hotels

yosemite-hotels-wawonaWawona Hotel

Serenity fills this charming Victorian-style lodge, a National Historic Landmark just minutes from the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias.

For more information:
Yosemite National Park, CA
(801) 559-4884

The Ahwahneeyosemite-hotels-awahnee

The Ahwahnee shines as Yosemite National Park’s distinctive AAA® Four-Diamond hotel.  Known for its magnificent façade and architecture, The Ahwahnee was specifically designed to highlight its natural surroundings, featuring Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and Glacier Point.

For more information:
Yosemite National Park, CA
(801) 559-4884

Yosemite Lodge at the Falls

The closest hotel to Yosemite Falls, this easygoing favorite is a central hub for tours, activities and transportation.

For more information:
Yosemite National Park, CA
(801) 559-4884

The Miners Inn

The Yosemite Miners Inn offers wonderfully restful and affordable hotel accommodations inMariposa.

For more information: 
Mariposa, CA
(888) 646-2244

Yosemite Resorts Yosemite-Resorts

From comfortable to rustic, we are a collection of rooms and suites, vacation rental homes, tent and RV sites.

For more information:
El Portal, CA
(888) 742-4371

Coastal California Hotels

Clocktower Inn

Located in the heart of historic downtown Ventura in a beautiful park setting, the Inn is adjacent to Mission San Buenaventura and the Historical Museum.

For More Information:
Reservations (877) 784-6835
181 E. Santa Clara Street, Ventura, CA 93001

Holiday Inn Express Ventura Harbor

Ventura Spacious guestrooms with fantastic views. Your stay includes complimentary breakfast, microwave, refrigerator and interest. Welcome!

For More Information:
Reservations (800) 315-2621
1080 Navigator Drive, Ventura, CA 93001

The Pierpont Inn

Ventura The historic 1910 Pierpoint Inn features 77 rooms, quaint cottages and Austen’s Restaurant

For More Information:
(805) 643-6144
550 Sanjon Road, Ventura, CA 91360

Four Points by Sheraton Ventura Harbor ResortFour Points by Sheraton Ventura Harbor Resort

Ventura Experience the full-service Four Points and enjoy California coastal fun. Welcome to harbor life!

For More Information:
Reservations (866) 716-8133
1050 Schooner Drive, Ventura, CA 93001

Ventura Beach Marriott PoolVentura Beach Marriott

Ventura Experience the true California spirit of Ventura Beach with gracious hospitality and inviting accommodations

For More Information:
(805) 643-6000
2055 E. Harbor Boulevard, Ventura, CA 93001

Top Ten Things to do in Yosemite Park

1. Yosemite Valley Waterfalls

When snow melt from mountain peaks brings icy waters rushing downstream into Yosemite Valley, great waterfalls spring to life. During the peak seasonal flow, which usually happens in May, the thundering of waterfalls can be heard clear across the valley. Read More...

2. Famous Viewpoints

Yosemite’s Tunnel View with Half Dome, Valley View with Merced River, Glacier Point, and Olmsted Point are the most famous views in the National Park. Read More...

3. Walk Among Giant Sequoias

Start by taking the whole family on a joyful nature walk through the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias. Read More...

4. Black Bears & Wildlife in Yosemite National Park

With more than 400 kinds of animals and multiple life zones for plant life, Yosemite is a top spot for wildlife watching. Read More...

5. Explore Yosemite Trails

Whether you want to get out of the car and do a little exploring, or you’re planning a backcountry adventure on foot or horseback, we’ve got just the thing for you and your family. Read More...

6. Go Camping on Your Yosemite Vacation

Nothing beats sleeping under the stars in Yosemite National Park, especially if you’re looking for a little family togetherness Read More...

7. Go Rock Climbing in Yosemite

Stalwarts like the giant wall of El Capitan, the polished promontory of Half Dome, and skyscraping Glacier Point all call to expert climbers, who sometimes bivouac overnight while suspended in mid-air. Read More...

8. Yosemite’s Curry Village Ice Skating Rink

Yosemite is covered in powdery blankets of snow, and the valley becomes a winter wonderland. Read More...

9. Explore History & Culture

Yosemite is the wild, wild West. From its earliest Native American inhabitants, to the mid-19th-century California Gold Rush, and the later arrival of ranchers, loggers, and hoteliers, the land surrounding Yosemite National Park is amazingly rich in historical sites. Read More...

10. Festivals & Ranger-Led Activities in Yosemite National Park

Come to watch waterfalls in spring, go hiking in the Sierra Nevada high country in summer, roast marshmallows over your campfire in fall, and go skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Timing your visit to coincide with one of the region’s many festivals will only enhance your Yosemite vacation. Read More...

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