What’s your dream?
Is it to trek to Half Dome on a warm summer’s day, and summit with the majesty of Yosemite Valley spread out below you? Or maybe it’s to go rafting down the Merced. Perhaps seeing the sights from a distance is perfectly fine with you. Maybe a day hiking and spotting waterfalls in late spring and early summer is just your speed.
As early explorers will tell you, whatever your passion, the first step to discovering Yosemite Mariposa County is with an accurate, reliable map. Your Yosemite National Park map can vary from a good, old fashioned analogue map – and when you’re traveling throughout the park, that’s exactly what we recommend, because GPS and cell reception can be spotty at times – to an interactive map for when you’re in the dreaming and planning stage. Lucky for you, our variety of maps are suited for nearly every interest.
Interactive Map for Planning Your Yosemite Trip
Featuring activity tabs along its left side, the map allows you to search your own way. Select one activity or click multiple buttons to layer attractions on top of each other. This will help you to visualize exactly how close you’ll be to your favorite new pizza place or B&B when you’re visiting Yosemite Mariposa County.
Looking for a place to stay? Start with our “Places to Stay” tab to see find accommodations near a specific point of interest. Then, click the “Dining” tab while the “Places to Stay” tab is highlighted for a special treat. This will layer the top dining options over the list of hotels, B&Bs and more to show you the proximity of each other. Click as many tabs as you want at once to see the whole range of options in the region.
There are also tabs for attractions, hiking, biking, watersports, fishing and winter activities. So, whether you’re looking to take a wintertime sleigh ride, grab a burger or hike Half Dome, you’ll be able to plan your next Yosemite trip from the comfort of home.
PDF Maps for When You’re on the Trail
The Yosemite National Park maps page not only features an interactive map of the area, but also provides detailed PDF maps of specific trails and regions for your next adventure. Explore trails near Hetchy Hetchy or Tuolumne Meadows or narrow down by region with a Yosemite Valley Map or Mariposa Town Map (and many others!) to help you find your bearings.
More Yosemite Planning Resources
For even more detailed listings, head over to our Lodging page, which lets you filter by accommodation type – everything from bed and breakfasts to luxury resorts to rustic cabins. Visit our Things To Do page to find the perfect place to watch a sunset or take in a concert under the stars. When it’s time to grab a bite to eat, visit the Dining in Yosemite page. Yosemite Mariposa County has endless options to explore, and our maps will help you make the most of your time here.
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