Want to find some of the best places to stay in Yosemite? Allow us to introduce you to some of the best lodging in Yosemite National Park, and uncover options just beyond the park border for unique accommodations in Yosemite Mariposa County at large. You’ll discover a wide array of hotels, motels, vacation rentals, bed and breakfast properties, and campgrounds, at a range of prices that makes Yosemite lodging in Mariposa County affordable for any budget.
Begin by exploring your preferred lodging category. You’ll be able to quickly filter by region, budget, and important amenities to narrow in on your ideal place to stay.
Yosemite hotels and motels provide a traditional lodging experience, with full-service housekeeping, convenient dining rooms and more.
In Yosemite Mariposa County, you can choose a spacious resort-style lodging with multiple pools, hot tubs, and plenty of onsite activities including restaurants and a full-service spa at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite. Or you can opt for simplicity with the clean comfort of a nine-room owner-operated property like River Rock Inn, located close to a rich selection of shops and restaurants in downtown Mariposa.
And of course, we can’t forget to mention in-park hotels like The Ahwahnee, Yosemite Valley Lodge or Wawona Hotel.
There are hundreds of cabin and vacation home rentals in Yosemite and beyond the park borders. These range from large well-appointed homes to canvas-sided tent cabins.
You can find lodging near Yosemite in the form of a small studio perfect for a romantic getaway for two, or a spacious 6+ bedroom home where your extended circle of friends and family can gather.
Use our site to search for popular amenities like fireplaces, pools/spa or pet-friendly accommodations. In addition to the park’s tent cabins at Curry Village, you’ll find vacation rental homes inside Yosemite’s boundaries in communities like Wawona, Yosemite West and Foresta.
For a true insider experience, make a reservation at any of the bed and breakfasts in Yosemite Mariposa County. You’ll be sure to have time to get to know your host and get a local’s perspective on the best places to go and things to do.
Sometimes the best place to stay is the one closest to nature. Campgrounds in Yosemite National Park are the most in-demand campgrounds in the region, with good reason. However, that makes getting a reservation a formidable task.
If you’re excited to pitch a tent and camp under the stars, there is a wide selection of campgrounds outside the park that are easier to get. You can even choose a place to stay like AutoCamp where your Airstream accommodations are already set up, and awaiting your arrival.
Alternatively, if your heart is set on camping inside Yosemite National Park, try expanding your options by upgrading to a tent cabin experience in Curry Village or Housekeeping Camp.