Enjoy two acres of private land located in historic Mariposa. Right off the highway and only 10 minutes to town; you will get to enjoy the serene peace and quiet on our mostly secluded land. We are surrounded by several scenic local spots and a 45 minute drive to Yosemite National Park. We have an on-site portable toilet for our guests. Disclaimer: Please note that t
Enjoy two acres of private land located in historic Mariposa. Right off the highway and only 10 minutes to town; you will get to enjoy the serene peace and quiet on our mostly secluded land. We are surrounded by several scenic local spots and a 45 minute drive to Yosemite National Park. We have an on-site portable toilet for our guests. Disclaimer: Please note that the shower is not available until further notice.
Additionally, each site comes with picnic table, flat spot for tents, and close to camp parking. Fire rings are provided while camp fires are permitted, although due to fire conditions in the area, most of summer fires are NOT allowed. Check our our other listings!
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Frog Hollow - Lookout Landing in California.
The vibe at Frog Hollow - Lookout Landing
Places to see near Frog Hollow of Yosemite
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There are two sites on the property, and I booked one, but someone else took it before I got there. I was pretty bummed because I wanted to have a fire and there was only one fire pit. I messaged Nicole and she let me use the fire pit by their cabin and gave me a partial refund, which was really nice. The site is advertised as having a HOT shower, but there wasn’t any shower at all, and Nicole read, but didn’t reply, to my message asking about the shower. No shower wasn’t really great after hiking 20 miles. All in all, it’s a convenient location for Yosemite, and a nice setup for the sites, but I think they need to work out the details to make it the experience it could be.
Great site but don't forget earplugs.
The site is well kept and having a private bathroom is great. However, due to the proximity to the road and a quarry I would recommend bringing earplugs if you are sensitive to noise.
What a wonderful little secluded hideaway right outside of Mariposa. The owners were there to meet me when I arrived and made me feel very welcome. I love the simple setup that allowed me to feel secluded, yet comfortable. Love the communal area and outdoor kitchen, and especially the treehouse shower! On hot days you can head into the charming town of Mariposa. And about 40 minutes east is the mighty Yosemite Valley. You can't go wrong here!
Incredibly clean and easy access site just outside of Mariposa. The convenience factor alone was superb with the site just a few feet off of Route 140 (a quick 4.5 miles into town for dining and supplies) and the property was well manicured and the facilities sparkling clean. We only wish there was a fire ring so we could have had a little campfire for s'mores. Will definitely be back!
The site was easy to find and in close proximity to Yosemite National Park! The site was well set up and had a few nice special touches that made it very comfortable. It was nice to be greeted by the cows in the next field and to sit in the chairs and enjoy the weather.
Nicole was very personable and helped give us recommendations for places to eat and things to do in town. The site was well kept and very level, perfect for 1-2 tents. Overall an excellent place to camp!
It’ll do in a pinch
If you just need a place to pitch a tent and cook a meal, this site will be fine. It was kept tidy, the grounds were well maintained, and clearly efforts have been made to make the site feel welcoming. I enjoyed the sound of the nearby babbling brook.
I was fortunate I was the only person camping on the premises. They way the sites are laid out, I feel like it would’ve been awkward had there been more people, unless everyone knew each other. This is probably a great place for bigger groups occupying all (both?) the sites.
I feel like maybe planting some trees or providing some other kind of visual barrier between the camps and the buildings would help. The yard is cluttered up with a truck on blocks, a trailer in front of a porta John, etc. it really serves to remind you that you’re not so much camping as staying in someone’s lawn for $40 a night.