Welcome to Mariposa County, the Home of Yosemite.
Yosemite National Park enthralls visitors with its diverse terrain, abundant wildlife, and incomparable scenery.
750,000 acres of soaring cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and lush meadows make Yosemite one of the world’s natural wonders.
Whether you want to marvel at the Park’s most famous landmarks or discover hidden gems, your trip to Yosemite starts here!
The heart of the Park, and its most popular attraction.
Yosemite Falls, North America’s tallest waterfall, cascades 2,425 feet to the Valley floor far below. Light dances across the sheer granite faces of El Capitan and Half Dome, a natural performance unlike any in the world. A shuttle system, a web of paved walking paths and trails, and plentiful dining and accommodation options make a trip to the Valley effortlessly easy.
Explore the treasures of Yosemite National Park.
Meander through alpine meadows and scale Lembert Dome for unforgettable views.
Ski, board, or tube at California’s oldest snow park. Perfect for families!
Take in soaring valley views and first-class stargazing from a 3,200 foot perch.
More Yosemite favorites for fun and relaxation.
Feel tiny beside giant sequoias, the planet’s largest living organisms.
Trace Yosemite’s pioneer history and relax on the porch of the Wawona Hotel.
Discover mining camps and ghost towns, world-class fishing and fine dining!