9035 Village Dr
Located in the heart of Yosemite at 9035 Village Drive, the Yosemite Valley Visitors Center is your home for information on all things Yosemite. Featuring a bookstore selling maps, Yosemite guidebooks, and souvenirs, the Yosemite Valley Visitors Center is the first stop on any trip into Yosemite National Park.
Private Non-commercial Vehicles – $35
Motorcycle – $30
Bus Passengers, Horseback, Bicyclists, and Persons on Foot – $10
Annual Yosemite Pass – $70 or America the Beautiful – National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass (Good for 1 year from purchase date) – $80
Senior Pass (a lifetime pass for US citizens 62 years and older): one-time issuance fee – $80 or $20 for a year.
Access Pass (for blind or permanently disabled U.S. citizens or permanent residents) – Free
Annual Pass for US Military (Annual pass covering the entrance and standard amenity fees for all active US military personnel and their dependents, valid for 12 months from the date of issuance. For active duty military personnel and dependents with proper identification a CAC Card or DD Form 1173 will be needed. – Free
Important Yosemite Phone Numbers
(Unless otherwise noted, all phone numbers are for the (209) area code)
These allow the hearing impaired with their own TDDs to call the park directly
National Park Service Information (209) 372-4726
Room Reservations (559) 255-8345
Camping Reservations (888) 530-9796
Yosemite Valley Visitor Center & Bookstore
Yosemite Nat’l Park CA 95389
Phone: (209) 379-2646
Mariposa County Visitor Center
5158 State Highway 140
Mariposa CA 95338
Coulterville Visitor Center
PO Box 333
Coulterville, CA 95311
Yosemite Mariposa County Vacation Planner
Yosemite National Park encompasses a spectacular tract of mountain-and-valley scenery in the Sierra Nevada. The park harbors a grand collection of waterfalls, meadows, and forests that include groves of giant sequoias, which are among the world’s largest living things. Most famous is the awe-inspiring Half Dome, a massive granite rock face that juts dramatically out of the glacially-carved valley.
Through the support of donors, Yosemite Conservancy provides grants and support to Yosemite National Park to help preserve and protect Yosemite today and for future generations. The work funded by Yosemite Conservancy is visible throughout the park, from trail rehabilitation to wildlife protection and habitat restoration. The Conservancy is dedicated to enhancing the visitor experience and providing a deeper connection to the park through outdoor programs, volunteering and wilderness services.
NatureBridge fosters environmental literacy to sustain our planet. Through hands-on environmental science programs in nature’s classroom, they bring science to life for more than 30,000 children and teens each year.
There are endless things to do in California. Take a look at some of our favorites – and they can all be done in or close to Yosemite National Park.
One of California’s secret fishing destinations, sun-soaked Lake McClure and its little brother Lake McSwain are nestled in the oak-studded Sierra foothills on the western edge of Mariposa County.
Whether it’s a smooth granite chute sliding into a deep swimming hole or even a four-star hotel pool, visitors can seek out a plunge that’s perfectly suited.