Brand New Rush Creek Lodge
20 Woodland Acres One Mile from Yosemite
Where should I stay on my Yosemite National Park vacation? That is one of the most frequent questions we receive and the answer is there is an abundance of lodging both inside the park and throughout the Sierras.
Inside Yosemite, you can choose to stay in hotels, cabins and vacation homes inside the park. There is every style of lodging from the historic Majestic Yosemite Hotel to rustic tent cabins at Half Dome Village. Here's how to choose the right lodging for you. For those who want to be a little closer to nature, there are 13 developed campgrounds with a range of services from primitive pit toilets to shower and laundry facilities. There’s also RV camping with and without dumping stations. Here are our favorite 6 campgrounds in the park.
Staying outside the park gives you unique California experiences but still keeps you close to park attractions. All five park entrances have lodging nearby from full-service resorts to vacation home rentals and brand hotels. Near the park you will also find unique camping and glamping options at local campgrounds and state parks.
Be sure to experience a night under the stars during your Yosemite vacation. There are many campgrounds in Yosemite and surrounding area to choose from.
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
Be sure to include these restaurants and dining experiences in the Yosemite Region on your vacation itinerary.
Less than 3 miles from Yosemite's South Entrance, stay and play at this majestic Sierra resort.
One mile from Yosemite's Hetch Hetchy entrance, this historic resort has cabins, ready-to-sleep tents, and activities.
2-bedroom cabins with resort amenities 3 miles from Yosemite's South Entrance