1122 Hwy 41
Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is located outside of Yosemite National Park along Highway 41 in Fish Camp just 2 miles outside of the south entrance and close to attractions like the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, and the Pioneer History Center in Wawona.
Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite accommodations include:
The Tenaya Lodge bus tour leaves straight from Tenaya Lodge. Tour the park in luxury buses with a retractable roof that provides unobstructed views of Yosemite Valley’s iconic cliffs.
Also enjoy the world-class Ascent Spa located inside the main lodge. Spa and wellness activities include yoga classes, spa specials and spa services like massage, facial therapies and more.
There are some great guided hikes just out the door at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite, as well as mountain biking trails (fat tire mountain bikes are available for rent). You might also enjoy the kids adventure course, archery, an artificial climbing wall, a variety of kid-friendly activities at Day Camp and so much more, all based right at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite.
There are also many adventures to be had within a few minutes’ drive of Tenaya Lodge. Go horseback riding through tall pines, across lively creeks or among giant sequoias with the team at Yosemite Trails Pack Station. The pack station is located only a mile from Tenaya Lodge. During the summer, don’t miss the chance to climb aboard a historic narrow-gauge steam train and pan for gold at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad 2 miles south of Tenaya Lodge.
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 Yosemite’s hidden gems. If you’re looking for some quieter Yosemite Mariposa County destinations, we’ve got just what you’re looking for.