Nothing beats sleeping under the stars in Yosemite National Park, especially if you’re looking for a little family togetherness. Developed campgrounds scattered throughout the park are a perfect place to introduce your kids to the joys of tent camping, or alternatively to park your RV for a few nights or a week.
Did you know that California has 280 state parks? Deserts, beaches, mountains, redwoods, and historic places. There are 6 State Parks near Yosemite.
We’ve rounded up all the information you need to know on RV-friendly campgrounds in Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite region offers many backpacking opportunities.
Take a backcountry camping trip to explore Yosemite's vast wilderness first hand. Nearly 95 percent of Yosemite National Park is designated wilderness.
The possibilities for backpacking trips are practically unlimited throughout the Sierra Nevada, not just in Yosemite but also in Sequoia and Kings Canyon
Sharing a habitat with Yosemite’s bruins means taking care to keep these wild animals wild. Follow these precautions while in bear country.
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.
Explore the country’s best national parks in style in a camper van, trailer or RV.
Choose your route and be prepared for mountain roads, plus 5 more tips for RV'ers headed to the park.
Test fate at the slots, poker, and more. Not a gambler? Fill your tank at the lowest-priced gas pumps in Bishop before you head to Yosemite.
Conestoga wagons, cabins, yurts, classic trailes and RV/tent sites are just 30-minutes from Yosemite. On-site pool and petting zoo.
A personalized guide to help you decide where to spend the night, from car camping paradise and remote backcountry sites to RV heaven.
Elevate your national park vacation when you and your family spend the night at a glamping camp.
Want to sleep under the stars but prefer to skip sleeping bags, dirt and pit toilets? Try glamping near national parks across America.
Solitude and stunning snowy terrain await for hardy winter visitors. You'll need backcountry travel experience and avalanche know-how to winter camp.
Some park campgrounds are available by reservation, while others are first-come, first served, especially during the off-season.