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Posts in Northern Mariposa County Region

  • Choose to stay in historic hotels and lodging in Yosemite Mariposa County and experience this region’s legacy firsthand. Staying in these historic places makes you a part of their long-standing history, and adds a unique dimension to a visit to Yosemite Mariposa County.

  • Looking for a great spot to relax with friends to reminisce and spin tales after a day exploring Yosemite Mariposa County? Meet up with other like-minded night-owls for some night life – Yosemite-style, at one of these welcoming local bars.

  • It’s time for a mini-road trip to discover the freedom of the open road, and the many small-town gems along various routes through Yosemite Mariposa County.

  • The Splash-N-Dash Aqua Park on Lake McSwain is the coolest summer fun around. Come check out the largest inflatable water park in North America. Jump from a 27 foot tower, launch your friends into the water on The Blob, or simply chill lakeside with family. You’ll find water-fun for all ages right here.

  • Discover a multitude of fun family events and festivals in Mariposa County. These county celebrations provide extra interest and entertainment in a county filled with things to see and do. Whether you enter the howling competition at the Coyote Festival or help clean up trash at Yosemite’s Facelift, you’ll be glad you did.

  • Discover the history of the Yosemite Valley Railroad. Between 1905 and 1945 these locomotives allowed many people to visit Yosemite National Park in relative comfort, and their history is preserved in many places throughout Yosemite Mariposa County. Learn more about the history of the railroads and where you can see (and ride) trains today in Yosemite Mariposa County

  • Explore things to do and see near Yosemite National Park. You’ll find fun, adventure, natural beauty, history & more all outside Yosemite.

  • You’ll definitely strike it rich when you discover Coulterville’s historic character and genuine gold rush town charm. Step back in time with Coulterville’s unique lodging, dining, as well as a wide array of nearby outdoor activities.

  • From the building of essential roads through the rugged Sierra Nevada to bustling Gold Rush-era Chinatowns and a chef whose cuisine was so memorable that they named a mountain after him, their enduring yet virtually unrecognized contributions are as old as the region itself.

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