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The Glory of Yosemite National Park

Though the pristine environment of Yosemite National Park is passionately protected—about 95% of Yosemite National Park is designated wilderness—the park offers a host of year-round conveniences and guest services so that visitors can make the most of their experience while still observing strict respect for a federally protected environment that is both rugged and unique.

Experience Yosemite National Park in All Its Splendor

The park's major sites can be viewed by car, by bike, on foot, downstream…and even in a wheelchair, as some trails and facilities are handicapped accessible. Yosemite National Park includes almost 1,200 square miles of scenic wild lands set aside in 1890 to preserve a portion of the central Sierra Nevada stretching along California. The park ranges from 2,000 feet above sea level to more than 13,000 feet and has several major attractions, including:

  • Alpine wilderness
  • Three groves of Giant Sequoias
  • Glacially carved Yosemite Valley
  • Impressive waterfalls, cliffs and unusual rock formations

Yosemite National Park Entrance Fees

(Subject to change. Refer to Yosemite website for updates.)
Individual Entry (Bike, Foot)  $10.00 (Seven-Day Pass) 
Private Non-commercial Vehicle  $20.00 (Seven-Day Pass) 
Annual Pass (Good one year from date of purchase)  $40.00 
Gold Access Passport (Blind or permanently disabled)  Free (Lifetime - good in all national parks) 
Golden Age Passport (One time fee - for those 62+)  $10.00 (Lifetime - good in all national parks) 
No Reservations are needed to enter Yosemite National Park.

Helpful Tips about Yosemite National Park:

  • Food service and groceries are available in the park.
  • Wilderness permits are required for any overnight travel into the park's back country.
  • Pets must be kept on a leash, and they are not allowed on trails, beaches, in the backcountry, or in public buildings.
  • Regularly scheduled ranger-led walks, talks, evening programs, concessionaire-operated bus tours, guided horseback rides and bicycle rentals are available.
  • There are four visitor centers in Yosemite National Park, offering books, maps, snacks and souvenirs.
  • To prevent congestion and overcrowding, automobile access may be temporarily restricted in Yosemite on spring weekends and busy holiday weekends such as Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.
  • Appropriate dress includes layers that can be added or removed as the temperature dictates. Always include rain gear.

Helpful Yosemite National Park Links:

Yosemite National Park Visitor Information
Government Site for Yosemite National Park