High Sierra California Visitor Information

Yosemite National Park

One of the world’s most beloved national parks, Yosemite awes visitors with its towering monoliths and waterfalls, especially Yosemite Falls.

Half Dome provides photographers with an enduring subject. Glacier Point offers sweeping views. A driving tour along the park’s Tioga Road, one of the continent’s most scenic drives, is a summertime must-do. In winter, ice skate at the rink at Curry Village or ski at Badger Pass.

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Read more on Camp-California.com about the many camping adventures you can experience at Yosemite National Park. Click to see our article on the many features of the park, with a list of more information and links to other websites about Yosemite.

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Top Attractions in the High Sierra Area

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Activities in the High Sierra Area

Art in the Mountains

The Shaver Lake Art Gallery is located in the quaint village of Shaver Lake. It …
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Cater to Every Whim on a High Sierra Joy Ride

California’s Sierras are a mountain playground without compare. Yosemite, Mammoth Mountain, Lake Tahoe; if the …
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Frontier Pack Station

The Frontier Pack Station offers guided pack trips to the magnificent Yosemite National Park and …
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Go Underwater with the Fish

The Taylor Creek Visitor Center is the hub of four fascinating self-guided interpretive trails and …
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High Sierra Museums

No Visit to a California destination would be complete without visiting one of the many …
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Higher Ground

Get some altitude in mountain peaks, attitude on river runs, and time and space under …
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Camp-California is concerned about the health and safety of our campers and adventurers. While camping and outdoor activities do offer the ability to self-isolate, we are encouraging all California residents and travelers to shelter in place until further notice. We recognize that getting outdoors is what you do best, and we will be here to reacquaint you with nature once we're cleared for adventure again!


Most private parks are open with 14-day minimums. If you are a full-time RVer looking to shelter in place, a member of the traveling medical profession, or a utility worker looking for a park please call our office and we can connect you with an appropriate location.