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  • The holidays commemorate a coming together with friends and family to appreciate life’s gifts and enjoy quality time. It also happens to be a magical time to be in the Sierra Nevada foothills. So, why not combine the two? Here are 10 reasons why you should consider a “staycation” at a vacation rental in Mariposa County for your upcoming celebration.

  • Nestled among a forested mountain setting dusted with snow, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is a picture perfect holiday getaway complete with all the makings for magical seasonal fun. This AAA Four-Diamond Yosemite winter wonder lodge delights visitors with festive décor and a range of activities from epic gingerbread house decorating sessions, to twirling around an outdoor ice rink next to a crackling fire, ensuring that ever every visit is truly wrapped up with a bow.

  • In Yosemite Mariposa County, it’s hard not to love every season, our backdrop is just too gorgeous. Here are just a few ways to enjoy an autumn vacation in Yosemite Mariposa County from Thanksgiving dinners to fireside storytelling.

  • If you are looking for an easy going, affordable and uniquely located ski and snowboard mountain, look no further. Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area is the ultimate winter destination for an unforgettable time. Bring the whole family and friends to enjoy playing in the snow because this spot is not only novice friendly – it offers a range of activities to accommodate everyone.

  • Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite has exciting news. Coming Summer 2019, 50 new “Explorer Cabins” will open. Experience all the mountains have to offer from the privacy of your own modern, two-bedroom cabin. Come together with your family and other guests at the 1,800-square-foot Explorer Lounge and communal firepits. Nestled among a fishing pond and creek, you’ll feel like you’re miles from civilization.

  • June 10, 2018
    Yosemite in Two Days

    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.”

  • From horseback riding to chasing waterfalls to gold panning and everything in between, there’s tons to do in Yosemite this summer. Check out our guide.

  • March 11, 2017
    Earth Day at Yosemite

    There is no better place to celebrate Earth Day than Yosemite Valley! See what the park has planned.

  • Some call this time of year shoulder season; others call it the offseason. Here in Yosemite, we think of it as the best season, because late winter/early spring affords you the full splendor of Mariposa and Yosemite Valley without all the crowds. Take, for instance, the lineup of events set to take place across Mariposa […]

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