How do I make reservations in Yosemite?
- Search for Yosemite National Park.
- Enter the dates you want to camp.
- Click on "filters" so you can improve search results.
- Enter "group size" and check "reservable online."
- Select "camping" to limit your search to campground reservations.
Similarly, you may ask, when can I make reservations for Yosemite?
Reservations are required all year for Yosemite Valley's car campgrounds and summer through fall for Hodgdon Meadow, Crane Flat, Wawona, and half of Tuolumne Meadows. Campground reservations are available in blocks of one month at a time, up to five months in advance, on the 15th of each month at 7 am Pacific time.
Also Know, can you camp in Yosemite without a reservation? If you don't have a campground reservation, you can try to camp in a first-come, first-served campground. Within Yosemite National Park, you may not sleep in your car or RV except in a campsite that you're registered to stay in (except at Camp 4, where sleeping in cars is not allowed because it's a walk-in campground).
Similarly, it is asked, do I need reservations for Yosemite?
Reservations are not required to enter Yosemite National Park, but we strongly recommend that you make reservations for lodging, camping, and backpacking. You can pay the park entrance fee upon arrival (there's no need to pay it in advance).
How much does it cost to camp in Yosemite?
Camping fees currently range from $5 per night to $20 per night for family sites and $40 per night for group sites. The fee increase will change the rates from $6 per night to $26 per night for family sites and $50 per night for group sites. Campsite reservations can be made up to five months in advance.