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Yosemite can get quite crowded during the summer months, and if you've been like I have, then you know the valley floor is super packed. This weekend was the worse I've seen it. We sat in traffic for an hour, and didn't even make it...More
We stayed here for two nights. We didn't know however that we had to go shower in another campground (were you should pay 5$ for a shower... if you just walk through without saying anything, they don't charge you). Anyways, it was a good campground,...More
Campsite Host will harass you beware!! KEEP YOUR TENTS CLOSED ,CAR LOCKED, BEAR BOX CLOSED AT ALL TIMES AND NOTHING IN THE CAMPSITE.
It is very difficult to get a reservation, the cost of a campsite $$$$$ and getting into to park was very pricey...More
Dad wanted to go on a last minute trip to Yosemite and I knew we'd probably be SOL for a nearby campsite. Lo and behold there was a spot open here (or well quite many), and I gleefully booked it although I was a bit...More
We stayed t campsite 505 I believe. It was on a small slant, but not early as bad as some of the other campsites. Where we stayed it was nice and quite and the only bear we saw in the park was near our campsite,...More
Response from CristianLau | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the YARTS has for-fee shuttle service that goes through Crane Flat gas station into Yosemite Valley. The Crane Flat gas station is prob 15min walk (depending your pace) from campsite entrance. You can get more info... More
Yes, the YARTS has for-fee shuttle service that goes through Crane Flat gas station into Yosemite Valley. The Crane Flat gas station is prob 15min walk (depending your pace) from campsite entrance. You can get more info about YART by going to their website yarts