Yosemite Mariposa County, home of Yosemite National Park, welcomes you to experience majestic Yosemite in all four seasons. Explore all the things to do in Yosemite, such as seeing awe-inspiring vistas, granite icons, breath-taking waterfalls, and discovering fascinating history, while staying in Mariposa County. Whether it’s your first time visiting Yosemite National Park or you’re a seasoned veteran traveler, you’ll always find something new to do here. Search for events, lodging, dining, directions and more here.
Welcome to Mariposa County! Home to soaring granite icons such as Half Dome, El Capitan and Yosemite Falls, and some of the world's biggest and oldest trees, the giant sequoias, as well as a wide range of natural monuments, vineyards, and historic Gold Rush landmarks. We invite you to explore with us!
Yosemite is well-known around the world as the crown jewel of the National Parks. Check out our top five Adventure Secrets and make sure you experience Yosemite like a local.
Mariposa County, home to Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove, is blooming for the springtime! The waterfalls are flowing, the wildflowers are blossoming and the warm sun returns for outdoor adventures. Now is the time to experience breathtaking adventure around every corner.
Legend has it that renowned Yosemite Ranger Carl Sharsmith was once asked by a visitor, “If you had only one day in Yosemite, what would you do?” The veteran ranger and Yosemite-lover looked solemn and replied “Madam, if I only had one day in Yosemite I’d sit by the Merced River and cry.”