Yosemite Lodging Experience

Yosemite Lodging Experience


The Perfect Way to Experience Yosemite

There’s no greater convenience than staying right in Yosemite National Park—waking up with all the Park’s natural wonders right at your doorstep. With a range of accommodations—from elegant hotels with exceptional service to simple canvas tent cabins—you’ll find the perfect place to settle in, surrounded by some of the most majestic natural wonders on earth. Compare driving distances and more here


Peak-Hours Reservation System 2022

Beginning Friday, May 20, 2022, Yosemite National Park will implement a temporary peak-hours reservation system. Building on lessons learned during the summer reservation systems in 2020 and 2021, the peak hours reservation system is designed to spread visitation out and reduce chronic congestion in the park. The reservation requirement will be in place through September 30, 2022.

Please note guests with reservations at in-park lodges (The Ahwahnee, Curry Village, Wawona Hotel, Yosemite Valley Lodge, High Sierra Camps, Tuolumne Meadows Lodge and White Wolf Lodge) do not need a peak-hour reservation to enter the park May 20, 2022 - September 30, 2022. Guests at those lodges will be required to show proof of reservation at the gate. Visitors who have booked a guided climb, hike, or backpacking trip with Yosemite Mountaineering School also do not need a peak-hour reservation to enter the park. Visitors who book a dining reservation at The Ahwahnee Dining Room or Mountain Room will need to obtain a peak-use reservation if they plan to enter the park prior to 4 pm. Park entrance fees are still required.

All overnight lodging guests will be allowed entrance but MUST show a confirmed lodging reservation and copy of the reservation holders’ ID upon entrance. Guests can show a copy of the reservation on their phone or a printed copy. Please be aware that cellular service is limited in the park, so printing or taking a screenshot of your reservation prior to entering the park is recommended

Visit https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/faq.htm for more information.


The Ahwahnee

The Ahwahnee shines as Yosemite National Park’s distinctive upscale hotel—built in the 1920's with stunning views, exceptional architecture and unsurpassed service.

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Yosemite Valley Lodge

Perfect for families and large groups, and ideally situated near Yosemite Falls—close to all of Yosemite’s most famous landmarks. Be in the center of it all. 

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Wawona Hotel

Authentic Victorian architecture with charming verandas and lush surroundings—convenient to golf, tennis, horseback riding and fishing.

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Curry Village

The famed canvas tent cabins have been welcoming travelers to Yosemite since 1899, with spectacular views of Glacier Point and Half Dome.

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Housekeeping Camp

Overlooking Yosemite Falls and Half Dome, Housekeeping Camp features three-sided concrete structures with a canvas roofs and privacy curtains. 

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White Wolf Lodge

Set in a wildflower field and surrounded by pine trees, the lodge is 30 miles from Yosemite Valley and features canvas tent cabins and a rustic central lodge. 

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Tuolumne Meadows

Sixty miles from Yosemite Valley, the tent cabins are a summer highlight—perched in a flower-filled meadow and convenient to spectacular hiking and backpacking trails. 

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High Sierra Camps

The series of five camps are spaced 6 to 10 miles apart along a loop trail—perfect for keeping your backpack light, and enjoying the tent cabins and meals at each camp. 

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RV & Campgrounds

Choose from 13 campgrounds throughout Yosemite, which include traditional tent campsites, RV sites, and wilderness camping. 

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Glacier Point Ski Hut

The rustic lodge attracts cross-country skiers, serving up hearty meals and offering comfortable bunk accommodations—a wonderful reward after the 10.5-mile ski trip. 

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