DISCOVER YOSEMITE VALLEY AND MARIPOSA COUNTY
Covering over 761,000 acres, Yosemite National Park is recognized for its vast waterfalls, granite cliffs, crystal clear streams and wildlife. Create your memorable journey in Yosemite, a wonderful destination for any outdoor or recreational experience!
FIND YOUR EXPERIENCE
Yosemite offers countless activities for the whole family! Find your adventures!
Always in search of a thrill? Look no further! Yosemite is full of adventure!
Leave your worries behind. Yosemite is the ultimate location to relax!
Get the most out of your first Yosemite experience! Everything you need to know is right here.
Your essential guide to your Yosemite experience, straight from the source!
Yosemite in Winter and Spring!
Experience the beauty of Yosemite coated with snow. It’s beauty is even more stunning. Best of all, there are no crowds and no traffic jams – it is the best time to visit Yosemite and see all the splendor it has to offer.
Spring is the best time to see the majesty of all the waterfalls in Yosemite!
Experience Yosemite Blog
Yosemite Short Film
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwzY1o_hB5Y This remarkable short film of Yosemite National Park was captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill.…Read MoreView All Posts »
California Restaurant Month From gourmet meals in majestic historic hotels to locally owned restaurants serving made-from-scratch delicacies, the region is climbing the ladder on the culinary respect level. Come and enjoy Memorable Mountain Meals in Yosemite and Mariposa County – the food and the value will make you want to come back again and again.View All News
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DID YOU KNOW?
The Yosemite National Park has a sister park in Chile, Parque Nacional Torres del Paine is located among the breath taking scenery of Patagonian Chile.
Yosemite Park itself measures 748,542 acres (or 1,169 square miles)
In 1899, there were only 4,500 visitors. Today, more than 4 million have visited the Yosemite National Park.
Black bears in Yosemite are active both day and night. Most bears that rely on natural food sources are active during the day. However, those that get food from people are often active at night, when they can quietly sneak around and grab unattended food.
The highest peak at Yosemite is Mt. Lyell at 13,114 feet.
Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC) brings students to Yosemite National Park each summer for a dynamic literacy and leadership immersion program.
While driving into Yosemite Valley just after dark, flash your high beams near El Capitan, and climbers will flash their lights back at you!
"Watch the scenery, not the road" Find Out How »