Yosemite National Park Reservations & Park Entry Information Rules
Yosemite National Park will have multiple major Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) and other infrastructure improvement projects on-going during 2022. Many of these will have impacts to access and services in the park
- May 20 thru September 30, during peak hours (6am - 4pm)
WHEN can you get reservations:
- For all dates - 70% of total reservations open March 23, 8am PST
- 30% are held in reserve - available seven (7) days before planned entrance date beginning at 8am PST
WHERE to get reservations:
www.Recreation.gov/timed-entry/10086745 or call
Or call the YNP Public Information Office at
(209) 372-0200, press 3, press 5
- Be prepared for some limits to services in the park including lodging, parking, camping, dining, and shopping. www.travelyosemite.com
- Restrictions may still be in place due to COVID-19. Please check the park’s website for the latest status. www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/index.htm
- Shuttle buses are planned to be operating throughout the park this year. Routes and stops info including updates will be on the park’s website.www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/publictransportation.htm
- The Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias is expected to return to normal operation on or around Memorial Day Weekend. The most up-to-date information regarding status and available facilities in the Grove can best be found online.www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/mg.htm
- Bridalveil Fall (trails and parking) and Glacier Point Road are CLOSED for 2022.
- Tuolumne Meadows, Porcupine Flat, Crane Flat & Bridalveil Creek Campgrounds are CLOSED. All other park camgrounds are planned to be open with reservations are required for all of them. There will be no first-come, first-served campgrounds. www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/camping.htm
Oakhurst Visitor Center
9:00am - 1:00pm, Sun.
Below is a list of public, private and specialty tours for guests who want to enter Yosemite during peak hours but don’t have reservations to get in. These are also great for guests who do have a reservation and want a guided tour or specialty adventure like rock climbing, hiking, photography, fishing and more...
More Tours and Transportation information at www.yosemitethisyear.com/tours-transportation
- Crossroads Tours - (559) 658-8687 - www.Yosemite1.com
- Discover Yosemite Tours - (559) 642-4400 - www.DiscoverYosemite.com
- Incredible Adventures, Inc. - (415) 642-7378 - www.IncAdventures.com
- Photo Safari Yosemite - (559) 760-6124 - www.PhotoSafariYosemite.com
- Three Brothers Adventure Tours - (559) 307-5146 - www.3BrothersTours.com
- YARTS (Yosemite Area Regional Transportation) - (877) 989-2787 - www.YARTS.com
Seasonal Only - May 10 thru Sept 10 for the Highway 41 Route
- Amtrak San Joaquins (connects to YARTS) - (800) USA-RAIL - www.AmtrakSanJoaquins.com
- Airborrn Aviation - Airplane Tours over Yosemite - (209) 966-2143 - www.YosemiteAviation.com
- Ansel Adams Gallery - (209) 372-4413 - www.AnselAdams.com
- Lasting Adventures, Inc. - (800) 513-8651 - www.LastingAdventures.org
- Sierra Fly Fisher Guide Service | Yosemite Rivers Fly Shop - (559) 683-7664 - www.SierraFlyFisher.com
- Southern Yosemite Mountain Guides - (800) 231-4575 - www.SYMG.com
- Yosemite Conservancy - (209) 379-2317 ext. 10 - www.Yosemite.org
- Yosemite Trails Horseback Adventures - (559) 683-7611 - www.YosemiteTrails.com
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