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    Yosemite

    National Park California

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  • Road Closures Due to El Portal Fire

    The Big Oak Flat Road between Crane Flat and the El Portal Road is temporarily closed. There is no access to Yosemite Valley via the Big Oak Flat Road or Highway 120. Tioga Road is open and accessible via Big Oak Flat and Tioga Pass Entrances. More »

  • Campground Closures Due to Fire

    Crane Flat, Bridalveil Creek, and Yosemite Creek Campgrounds are temporarily closed. More »

  • Yosemite National Park is Open

    Yosemite Valley, Glacier Point, and Wawona/Mariposa Grove areas are open and accessible via Highways 140 and 41. Tioga Road is not accessible via Highways 140 and 41 due to a fire.

Yosemite Creek Campground

Location: On the Tioga Road (Highway 120), about one hour north of Yosemite Valley
Elevation: 7,700 ft (2,300 m)

Open: July through early September (approximately) (check for this year's estimated opening and closing dates)
Reservations: No
Cost: $10/night for each campsite (maximum 6 people per site)
Number of sites: 75
RV length: RVs not recommended
Trailer length: Trailers not recommended

Dump station: Yosemite Valley (Upper Pines Campground) or Tuolumne Meadows Campground (about 30 minutes away)
Groceries: Small grocery store at Crane Flat or Tuolumne Meadows (about 30 minutes away)
Showers: Yosemite Valley (Curry Village and Housekeeping Camp)
Pets: Permitted (learn more about pet regulations)

Each campsite contains a fire ring, picnic table, and food locker [33"(D)x45"(W)x18"(H)], and is near a vault toilet. Stream water must be treated (by boiling, using a filter, or using iodine). No potable water available.

 
You are required to store food properly in order to protect Yosemite's bears. Learn more about bears, proper food storage, and food lockers.
 
Yosemite Creek Campground map

Did You Know?

Merced River Gorge

Descending from Yosemite Valley, the Merced River becomes a continuous cascade in a narrow gorge littered by massive boulders. Dropping 2,000 feet in 14 miles, canyon walls rise steeply from the river and have many seasonal waterfalls cascading down to the river.