What are the must-see attractions? If I only have two days, what should I see and do in Yosemite? We give you ideas for this and more.
“Hold your breath kids, we are almost there!” We honk the horn and tell our kids to hold their breath as long as possible through the, almost 1 mile, long tunnel at the entrance to Yosemite Valley.
Only have 48 hours? Make the most of your time by walking among giant sequoias, hiking a downhill trail, picnicking lakeside and floating on a river.
Escape to beautiful Yosemite National Park to spend a romantic weekend, celebrating Valentine’s Day, an anniversary or to just spend time together.
Fun for kids of all ages, the park's junior ranger program lets your entire family get a lot more out of their Yosemite vacation.
It is easy to meet the people of the Sierra, whether they play piano at a historic hotel or lead tours through limestone caverns or hold pow-wows.
The national parks in general and Yosemite in particular are known as some of the last great spaces without significant light pollution.
Start Day 1 at Glacier Point and the Merced River. Finish Day 3 with a waterfall, pioneer history, and a stay in a historic hotel..
Only have 24 hours? Make the most of it with this tour of the park’s must-see sites on Tioga Road, a sequoia grove, Yosemite Falls, and Glacier Point.
Mix and match our top adventures to create the ultimate Yosemite experience in neighboring parks and gateway towns close to the park.