• Rainbow over Half Dome

    Yosemite

    National Park California

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  • Big Oak Flat Road is closed; no access to Yosemite via Highway 120 from the west

    The Big Oak Flat Road is temporarily closed west of Crane Flat; there is no access to Yosemite via Hwy 120 from the west (except to Hetch Hetchy). Tioga Road is open and accessible if entering the park via Hwys 41 and 140, and Hwy 120 from the east. More »

  • Campground Closures Due to Fire

    Crane Flat, Bridalveil Creek, and Yosemite Creek Campgrounds are temporarily closed. All other campgrounds, including Hodgdon Meadow, are open. More »

Contact Us

If you have a question about a project, want to submit a comment on a project, or are in need of a management document that is not available electronically, please send correspondence to the following address:

Requesting Documents

Office of Planning & Compliance

Attn: (name of project and/or document)

Yosemite National Park

P.O. Box 577

Yosemite, California 95389

209/379-1365

OR

e-mail us *Note: Document attachments can not currently be sent through this email function. If you need to send us something, please do send an email and we will reply with further direction.






Making Comments

You can submit comments during comment periods by:

* Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC)

* Mail: Superintendent

Attn: (name of project and/or document)

Yosemite National Park

P.O. Box 577

Yosemite, California 95389

* E-Mail: e-mail us

**Note: Document attachments can not currently be sent through this email function. If you need to send us something, please do send an email and we will reply with further direction.

* Fax: 209/379-1294

You can also read useful information about how to make comments. (PDF)

Did You Know?

Nevada and Vernal Falls

In Yosemite Valley, dropping over 594-foot Nevada Fall and then 317-foot Vernal Fall, the Merced River creates what is known as the “Giant Staircase.” Such exemplary stair-step river morphology is characterized by a large variability in river movement and flow, from quiet pools to the dramatic drops of the waterfalls themselves.