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If you prefer to travel on a two wheeled vehicle, then you’re in luck! Why is that? Well there are over 12 miles of paved bike ...Read more
There is a plethora of fishing options in Yosemite and the surrounding areas. The season for stream and river fishing begins on...Read more
Yosemite has unbelievable amount of goodness to offer the hiker. Just simply walking around the park is one of the best ways to...Read more
Why not see Yosemite... via a mule or on horseback !? Guided mule rides, both pack and saddle trips, overnight boarding facili...Read more
Within Yosemite’s vast natural wonder are many places to go kayaking . Visitors can enjoy the park by water on the Merced Rive...Read more
We don’t often use the words “world renowned” unless it is something truly deserving. Which brings us the the world renowned cl...Read more
Yosemite can definitely be a winter wonderland. During certain parts of the year, the park is available for a variety of winte...Read more
You could go swimming at one of the outdoor pools available during the summer time at Curry Village and Yosemite Lodge , howev...Read more
A popular activity is rafting along the Merced River. It is a great way to cover a lot of ground in little time and is very rel...Read more
Part of what makes Yosemite so epic is it’s year round inhabitants of the furry nature . Yosemite National Park supports more...Read more
Natural features you'll find at North Pines Campground.
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Stayed here mid-May for one night - though I was angling for one of the riverside spots (#520 - 526), I was very happy with #515, which is only 30 - 40 ft away from the Merced River. There's plenty of flat ground space for at least three 2-person tents, though you won't get much privacy from other sites. But hey, if you wanted privacy, you wouldn't be camping in a Yosemite Valley campground :)
Avoid any of the sites near the bathrooms - there isn't much in terms of trees / bushes as a buffer.
A gorgeous little campground in the upper side of Yosemite Valley, this sits below Half Dome and Glacier Point. Sites are very close together, also wildlife and the rangers can be imposing. Raccoons (furry devils) tried to get into our cars a couple times. Fire only allowed in the valley between 5-10pm, they'll bite at you even a minute early or late (volunteers especially). Good cell service, near a Yosemite Bus stop, on the Merced (good fishing), running water, flush toilets, fire ring, small bear box, and a good Valley Visit.