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Posts in Southern Mariposa County Region

  • Pine cones and Sierra scents to sniff everywhere.  Misty waterfall trails, happy humans right and left, and so…many…sticks.  That unbridled joy that dogs feel every day will go even higher when you’re vacation-vibing with all senses, canine and human, in concert. 

  • From ice-crusted waterfalls to iconic rock formations hugged by clouds, from rolling green ranch land dotted with galloping horses to an unusual winter phenomenon known as the Yosemite Firefall, there are no shortage of things to photograph in Yosemite in winter.

  • The rolling foothills radiate a vibrant green as billowing cumulus clouds roll through deep blue skies. This lush winter landscape provides the animals — and those who come to see them — room to roam in a peaceful Gold Country paradise where the historic legacy of precious metals is matched only by today’s precious wildlife.

  • The best holiday getaways bring family and friends together in places that honor the occasion. With breathtaking scenery and larger-than-life natural landmarks, the Yosemite Mariposa region sets the stage for epic Thanksgiving vacations.

  • The elevations of foothill towns like Mariposa, Catheys Valley and Coulterville means the family can have a safe, relaxed and easy holiday experience without the snowpack of the High Sierra. Plus, Yosemite Valley is just a short drive away on the low-elevation Highway 140, historically referred to as the “All-Weather Highway”.

  • 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.

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