Camping

Be sure to experience a night under the stars during your Yosemite vacation. There are many Campgrounds in Yosemite to choose from.

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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...

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Eastern Sierra Nevada Camping

Camping on the east side of the Sierra Nevada range lets you stay reasonably close to Yosemite National Park. National forest and other public lands let your family get back to nature at rustic campsites set beside pretty alpine lakes and in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Read More...

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Camping Regulations in Yosemite

These are some of the camping regulations that apply throughout the park. Additional regulations may apply at each campground. Violation of these regulations may result in a fine and/or revocation of your camping permit. Read More...

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Campgrounds Inside Yosemite

Each campsite contains a fire ring, picnic table, and food locker, and is near a bathroom with potable water and flushing toilets. Read More...

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Camping Overview

Campground opening and closing dates can vary from year to year. Campgrounds requiring reservations are usually full from around April through September. Read More...

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Stay in Tent Village, Lodge or High Sierra Camp

Why not opt for a little luxury during your vacation? Yosemite National Park offers several deluxe camping options for those who’d rather not pitch their own tent or cook their meals on a camp stove. Farther south, Sequoia National Park and the Sequoia National Forest also have places for backcountry camping in style. Read More...

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Yosemite Camping

Yosemite National Park has over a dozen campgrounds. Read More...


Housekeeping Camp
Along the Merced River in the center of Yosemite Valley, enjoy sandy beaches and camping in comfort with a variety of amenities and your own campfire ring.

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

 


High Sierra Campsyosemite-high-sierra-camp
With clusters of tent cabins situated high in the Yosemite wilderness and accessible only by foot or saddle, each scenic camp is legendary in its own right.

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

 


Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodgingyosemite-pines-camping

Our cabins with kitchens, yurts, and RV/tent sites are just 30-minutes from the Park. With an on-site pool, petting zoo, and planned activities, Yosemite Pines means Fun!

Exclusive offer for MyYosemitePark.com viewers: 25% off any type of lodging reservation!*
Just call (209) 962-7690 to make reservations and use the coupon code MYP13.

*Expires October 31, 2014

For More Information
20450 Old Highway 120
Groveland, CA 95321
(209) 962-7690
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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

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 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

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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