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Experience Yosemite Blog

  • The best – and easiest – way to take an RV holiday to Yosemite is in Mariposa County. Highway 140 – the low elevation all-weather highway – runs through historic Mariposa County directly from California’s Central Valley to Yosemite National Park.

  • It’s easy to find peace & quiet, even in a busy park like Yosemite. Use these simple tips to step off the beaten path and maximize solitude and wonder on your trip to Yosemite and Mariposa County.

  • Yosemite Mariposa County is taking several precautions that go above and beyond state guidelines to help make sure to make sure visiting is as safe and healthy as possible. You can help us by continuing to social distance, wearing face coverings, and washing and sanitizing your hands regularly. Above all, if you are feeling even slightly ill, please stay at home.

  • Yosemite Mariposa County is the home to countless activities and the best things to do near Yosemite.  We’ve taken the liberty of giving you 100 things to do in Mariposa County that don’t include Yosemite National Park to get you on your way to your own adventure.

  • Yosemite’s Swinging Bridge used to be an actual swinging bridge. The name is a reminder of some of the changes that have happened in the park over the years.

  • Discover the best birding locations in Yosemite Mariposa County. Birdwatchers love the wide variety of species found in Yosemite Mariposa County, from the clear piping of the Black-capped Chickadees that fill the air to rare species like the Phainopepla. Grab your binoculars and come to see the birds in Mariposa County.

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