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Visit Yosemite Mariposa County for Spring's Greatest Adventures

Feel the power of nature bloom in Yosemite this spring

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See Yosemite in Full Bloom

When you visit Yosemite National Park this spring, Mariposa County is the best place to stay, to experience the area in the early stages of its sparkling bloom. While many people try to tackle Yosemite in Two Days, that really doesn’t do the region justice. Winter snow starts to melt in spring, filling streams, rivers, and waterfalls to the brim, creating the tallest and most powerful cascades in North America. The best hikes in Yosemite will lead you through droves of poppies and wildflowers, and visitors will be delighted that Yosemite National Park is one of the few places in the world that you can witness colorful rainbows at night. Check out all spring activities. Mariposa County is magical--and spring is the start of another flourishing year in the valley.

Wake up With the Park and Enjoy Spring’s Greatest Adventures

When spring hits in Yosemite, everything is bustling with life and full of color. Animals scamper by, renewed by the season’s embrace, budding wildflowers begin to show their vibrant swatches, and visitors can’t help but feel an invigorating sense of spring-inspired renewal. So, what could be more exciting than testing your adventurous side with some of Yosemite Mariposa County’s lively spring activities? Get airborne on ziplines, jump out of a plane (trust us, the views are worth it), or gold pan with Prospect Yosemite on the Merced River. If heights aren’t really your thing, we recommend a whitewater rafting expedition. Get ready to feel just as alive as the nature around you.

Explore to Feel the Power of Mother Nature

The beauty of Mariposa County’s Yosemite National Park was an inspiration to create national parks across the nation. Mariposa Grove and Yosemite Valley were the first lands protected for their natural beauty, and thanks to John Muir’s passionate and reverent writing on the area, Yosemite later became the nation’s third national park. Spring is a time of transition in Mariposa County, lower elevations are in full bloom while higher elevations are still typically enjoyed snowy until the end of March.

Even if you had your heart set on a campsite, don’t worry. We can help you figure out what to do when campsites are all booked, too. Are you ready to welcome spring back with us? We can’t wait to have you.