Nice campground in Yosemite Valley. 26$ / day. Fresh water and sanidump on site. Reservation is required. Showers for 5$ at the lodge. Flush toilets.
Check campsite info carefully if in a big rig - not all sites will fit.
Decent cell coverage - slow 4G on Verizon.
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Beautiful views, quiet in the winter - best time to come around. $36/nightReport Check-In
You can stop with an RV at the uper, north and lower Pines, but you need to do the reservation 6 months before. We came without reservation and was full, so they tell us to try at the website reservation.gov at the midday until 13 pm, and we find a place after retry the site many times. This is the best tip! Enjoy, this place is amazing! The foto is from north pines, for me the best place ever!Report Check-In
Easy to make a reservation on recreation.gov website. $36 on the weekend. It’s crowded and without charm but it’s inside the park and near a shuttle stop.Report Check-In
NP Campground, $36. Crowded, noisy and no beauty. But avoids the 1 hour in and out to forest land. Also the Park is reservation only right now so this gives you 2 day pass. Paved roads, picnic tables, fire ring and bear box. Lots of ground squirrels well get in your things for sure. Bears? Camp hosts leave grills and coolers out so there. Trails and shuttle without driving are huge plus. Verizon and AT&T shows 1-2 bars and LTE but texting and internet is almost non-existent. Yours to enjoy protect and keep cleanReport Check-In
We booked a place 2 days in advance (recreation.gov). 26$, worth to have a place on a camping, because driving outside NP is maybe ok for cars, but not for rented RVs. Ride outside NP is around 30 miles one way (=60 miles both way)+fuel+50 min driving one way. Remember that there are other campings in this area too (Upper, Lower, Pine)+some in other part of NP.Report Check-In
Perfect for a quick one night stay in Yosemite Valley. The ease of mind knowing I was allowed to stay there in my car was all I needed. All throughout the park it is clear you cannot park and camp. This campsite was relatively cheap, and a super chill atmosphere. I felt safe. I’d stay here again no doubt!Report Check-In
Because of Covid, this is the only campground open in Yosemite and every site must be reserved in advance. They are releasing no-shows and cancellations to the recreation.gov reservation site as soon as they get them. So if you really want to camp inside the park, you have to refresh the reservation site like a friend and then immediately reserve when something pops up.
Weekdays right now are a fantastic time to visit Yosemite - there is the fewest number of visitors that I've ever seen. IMO it's worth the $26 to stay in the park if you can get a spot.
It took me about a day of refreshing the reservation site a lot, but I got four days here, in three different campsites.Report Check-In
we arrive without reservation, but there were a information regarding free spot to park (see pictures).Report Check-In
loud, crowded, and smelly if you neighbors are burning their food. it's convenient, esp if you are climbing the glacier point apron or hiking half dome, but it was our last pleasant national Park camping experience otherwise.Report Check-In
We were able to get a spot. Despite the very bad weather the Campground was full! We thought it was expensive but its the only way to sleep inside the park.Report Check-In
Yes we try...
we are arriving without réservation and we find a place the first night late in the evening.
All the offices was closed because it was more than 06.00 pm, but a nice camp host find me a place fir the night.
The day after I was to rhe réservation office at 80.00am and there was 20 persons who wait for a place..!!!
Don't worry, in 30mn it was ok and the rangers give me already a place for 2 nights..
All the rangers are realy friendly.
The power ve with you
A pesar de que hay que reservar con mucho tiempo de anticipación, el encargado nos consiguió un lugar. Es precioso el camping!!! Los baños muy limpios. Un mini mercado cerca.Report Check-In
Great option for staying in yosemite valley. Don't fear if it's full - go to the reservation office near the Pines camping areas and get on the wait list. The wait list opens at 830am and you have to be present at 3pm for when they release open sites.
We spent two nights here via the wait list - there's usually 10-20 people each day and almost everybody gets a spot. Lots of people share spots (2 vehicles/6 people per spot) to make it work.
We had decent service (verizon) in our Upper Pines spot, but barely any service at Lower Pines.Report Check-In
National Park Campground. Ok to stay for some nights. The only legal way to stay in the NP for the night is to camp in one of the campsites! Showers are by the Housekeeping store, not at the lodge. 5 Dollars for a shower, no time limit, warm. You can also do your laundry there.Report Check-In
26 USD for a night. Dirty toilet and no water. Lots of RVs. We didn't find a free overnight close to Yosemite so we went there. Really expansive for us.Report Check-In
nice campground because it was pretty empty if it was full i would jave complained that we were all too close but that seems to be what you get in campgrounds. cell service but no data until we left the campground.Report Check-In
stayed at north pines CG which is across the street. nice campground, really quite for how many people stay here. had no reservation but got 5 nights with a switch of sites in between from the helpful rangers at the campground registration office at half dome village parking lot.
rate is 26$/night
Free dump station and potable water near entrance to Upper Pines.
Reservations required. There is a wait list available only in person at the NPS campground Office, Half Dome Village. Laundry Facilities available at Housekeeping Village.
Dump station and potable water for free even if you do not camp there, just before the campground gate.Report Check-In
Great stay in the off season! Great part about staying in the winter is the showers aren't guarded! Bring your own towel in a back pack, walk in like you own the place and enjoy!Report Check-In
Nice campground in Yosemite Valley. 24$ / day. Fresh water and sanidump on site. Reservation is required. Showers for 5$ at the lodge.Report Check-In