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Yosemite National Park,
California - USA Travel
and Tourism Guide, Tourist
- Sierra Nevada Mountains,
Yosemite National Park Camping
in an RV or in a Tent – A Great
Destination Either Way
Yosemite National Park, RV camping
opportunities abound. Whether
you’re camping in a tent or RV,
with your family or a large group,
in Yosemite Valley or the backcountry
there’s a place for you. There
are traditional campgrounds and
a variety of tent cabin options.
The one constant factor is to plan
ahead. Check out all of the
possibilities, and then make your
Thirteen campgrounds are spread
out among three different areas
in the park. The most popular
are the four in Yosemite Valley,
three of which require reservations
during the summer. Only Camp
4’s 35 sites are first-come, first-served.
There are two campgrounds in the
southern part of the park and seven
ranged along Tioga Road (California
120) as it crosses the park from
east to west. Of these, Wawona
and Hodgdon Meadow are open all
year and require summer reservations.
When planning your trip, check the
Yosemite National Park camping website
for opening and closing dates, RV
restrictions and water availability.
This unusual Yosemite
National Park RV park area sits
right on the Merced River in Yosemite
Valley. The 266 units have
three concrete walls, a concrete
floor, and a canvas roof;
the fourth wall is a curtain which
opens to a covered patio.
Inside the cabin are two single
bunks, a double bed, table and chairs,
and electric light and outlets.
Outside on the patio you’ll find
a picnic table and bear-proof food
locker. Visitors may supply
their own bedding or rent it for
charge. Housekeeping Camp
may have units available when the
campgrounds are full.
Canvas Tent Cabins
Yosemite National Park camping choices
include two areas with canvas tent
cabins with wood framing, doors,
and raised floors. One of
these is Curry Village, right in
the heart of Yosemite Valley.
Here each 2 to 5-person tent is
equipped with cot-style beds, but
no cooking is allowed so campers
should plan meals accordingly.
At White Wolf Lodge in the high
country on Tioga Road 24 tent cabins
(and two regular cabins) make a
nice base for high country hiking,
trail rides, or rock climbing.