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Beetlebark Bungalow- Inside Yosemite w/ hot tub & EV charging cable

Welcome to the freshly renovated BeetleBark Bungalow, located INSIDE Yosemite! Cozy, lovable, and charming, this little STUDIO bungalow (420 sq ft.) will give you a fun and fantastic little place to rest your body and soul as you explore Yosemite National Park.

$205 per night
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Acorn Alley 🔌🔥 Inside Yosemite w hot tub/firepit/EV charger

GUARANTEED ACCESS TO YOSEMITE! Between May 20th and September 30th, skip the Yosemite reservation system by booking this property! (See more below). Charming 1 bed/1 bath cabin located in beloved Yosemite National Park. Sleeps 6! Set up base camp and explore all Yosemite has to offer, while enjoying some modern comforts and amenities. Here are a few of the great features of this cabin: Hot tub is professionally serviced (which is rare in our area) and available year round EV Charging Station Propane Firepit on the deck BBQ Grill Great front porch sittin'! Smart TV Wifi Kitchen stocked with great cooking utensils Bedding Configuration is as follows: Bedroom- 1 Queen Bed Living Room- 1 Full Pullout Sofa Plus, 2 memory foam rollaway mattresses (sheets and pillows provided) California Highway Patrol may require chains and/or 4 wheel drive with snow tires during winter and spring months. Please prepare accordingly. Unfortunately, no refunds can be given for guest's lack of vehicle preparation. Our housekeepers and cleaning inspectors work all over the mountains, and timing is usually tight. If you need to check in early or check out late, we strongly recommend booking an additional night on the front end or back end of your stay. This will allow you to check in as early or check out as late as you need. Yosemite Access: From May 20th through September 30th, you will be required to have an advanced reservation to enter Yosemite National Park between the hours of 6:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Since this property is INSIDE Yosemite, you are automatically guaranteed entry with proof of a reservation at this property during those dates. You will still need to show an annual National Parks pass or pay the $35 per vehicle entry fee, but you will NOT be turned away for not having a “Peak Hours Reservation.” Book now and guarantee yourself access to Yosemite!

$330 per night
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  2. Yosemite National Park
Yosemite's Red Fox Retreat

Red Fox Retreat is a cozy 1 bedroom + Loft, 2 bath three level A-frame mountain Chalet.

$463 per night

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Romantic Lodgepole Room inside Yosemite Park
$150 per night
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  2. Mariposa
Beautiful Sugar Pine Cabin in Cedar and Pine Woods
$185 per night
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New Clean Modern Home Inside Yosemite Park Gates.
$413 per night
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Inside Park Gates - A/C, fireplace, full kitchen
$390 per night
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"Clouds Rest" Inside Yosemite Park
$329 per night
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Yosemite West Studio Condo A111
$299 per night
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Snyder Ridge Mountain Getaway
$107 per night
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YoBee!Central Yosemite.Park Entrance+Breakfast+Dog
$445 per night
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3 bedroom home INSIDE Yosemite National Park
$396 per night
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The Red Door Apt ~Inside Park ~ Reservations Incl.
$395 per night
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Black Bear Lodge & Optional Bunkhouse Cottage
$276 per night
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Aerial Ascent Yosemite
$1,102 per night

Your guide to Yosemite Valley

Welcome to Yosemite Valley

Things can get a bit confusing when it comes to place names here. Yosemite Valley is a town outside Yosemite National Park. It’s also the name of a place inside the park that is, well, maybe one of the prettiest places on Earth. And Yosemite Village is the name of the place inside the town of Yosemite Valley where (mostly) park employees live. Yosemite Village is a stopping point for those en route to the main event — the park — but you’d be wise to slow down and appreciate this little town. Construction began on the 46-acre village in 1918, led by preeminent landscape architect Charles Punchard Jr., who called for winding streets and rustic buildings made of granite, river stones, and logs, a style that would define the look of the entire national park system. The village is home to 68 historic buildings, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.


How do I get around Yosemite Valley?

Fly into Fresno Yosemite National Airport (FAT), located about 2.5 hours’ drive from Yosemite Valley. You can get a rental car to carry you the rest of the way to Yosemite Valley, or you can take the Yosemite Valley Shuttle System (YARTS), which picks up at the airport and drops off at the Yosemite Visitor Center in the valley. Tickets can be purchased online in advance. Once you’ve arrived, you can drive in and around Yosemite Valley, although depending on the season, there may be very heavy traffic. There are day-use parking lots served by free shuttles that drop off visitors at destinations throughout the park, which of course are also handy for those who opt not to get a rental. You can also hire a variety of private tours to take you around the park.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Yosemite Valley?

Yosemite National Park is open year round, so deciding when to visit depends on what kind of experience you seek. Summer is warm to hot, and ideal for hiking. It’s also a high season when crowds and traffic are dense. Fall brings fewer crowds, a range of hot and cool weather, rain showers, and even snow. Snow blankets the park in winter, creating a hushed landscape with radically fewer visitors than summer. (Snow can also cause some roads in the park to close between November and early summer.) In spring the park creeps back to life, and the magnificent waterfalls roar with snow melt.


What are the top things to do in Yosemite Valley?

Yosemite Village Post Office

Completed in 1925, the village’s historic post office was designed by architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, famed for his work in the rustic — or parkitecture — style. The post office’s wood and stone facade is home to 760 ornate brass post boxes where mostly park employees receive their mail. Stop in here and appreciate the craftsmanship before sending a letter to a pal that will bear the Yosemite postmark.

Yosemite Cemetery

This graveyard dotted with granite and wooden markers is a kind of who's-who of Yosemite’s past. Here lie the bones of James Mason Hutchings, who led the first tourist party into the park in 1855, and Galen Clark, who arrived as a visitor the same year and decided to remain in the nearby mountains. Laborers, hotel operators, and homesteaders rest here, too. Wander among the graves and giant sequoia trees and ponder the lives and deaths this park has seen.

Yosemite Museum

This small museum, opened in 1926, is one of the first museums established in the park system. It houses exhibits exploring the geology, natural history, and indigenous cultures of Yosemite. The museum also has a gallery with rotating displays of artworks inspired by the park.