Must-see hotels in Yosemite & the Sierra Nevada

  • Wawona Campground Reservation Office

    This tiny campground office handles last-minute availability for the Wawona campground. It's located in a parking lot for utility vehicles and just below…

  • High Sierra RV Park

    Tent campsites include water, electric hookups and free showers. There's a snack-and-supplies shop, laundry and pay phone on site. Reservations are…

  • June Lake Villager Motel

    Located in town, June Lake Villager Motel has simple, light and airy rooms, some with kitchenettes and ski memorabilia. Larger suites and cabins have…

  • Mono Vista RV Park

    Located behind a Chevron gas station, it can get crowded at this campground just a block from the highway. On offer are grassy sites for tents, and the…

  • Old Shady Rest Campground

    Shady campground close to town and near the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center. Has bear-proof lockers, flush toilets, water faucet and campfire rings…

  • Sweetwater

    A first-come, first-served campground 15 miles east of Groveland. Each site has a picnic table and a campfire pit, and potable water and vault toilets are…

  • Trumbull Lake Campground

    The shady sites here are located among lodgepole pines. Amenities include vault toilets, drinking water, campfire rings, picnic benches and bear lockers.

  • Creekside Lodge

    This quaint, white-shingled inn has a dozen tidy little rooms with pedestal sinks, high-end mattresses and country quilts covering the beds.

  • Pines

    A first-come, first-served campground 9 miles east of Groveland. It has vault toilets but potable water is only available in summer.

  • Reversed Creek Campground

    Small shady sites on the other side of the road from June Lake. Campfire rings, drinking water, flush toilets and bear lockers.

  • Hodgdon Meadow Campground

    Utilitarian and crowded 105-site campground at 4900ft; reservations required mid-April to mid-October.

  • Lower Pines Campground

    Jam-packed and noisy, with 60 sites at 4000ft, some along the Merced River; reservations required.