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Road Status

Call 209/372-0200 (press 1 then 1) for the most up-to-date conditions (the information below only reflects planned or long-term closures).

Wawona Road

Continuation of Highway 41 from Fresno


Tioga Road

Continuation of Highway 120 through the park

No services available between Crane Flat and Lee Vining.
No overnight parking anywhere between Crane Flat and Tioga Pass


El Portal Road

Continuation of Highway 140 from Merced


Glacier Point Road

No overnight parking


Big Oak Flat Road

Continuation of Highway 120 from Manteca.


Mariposa Grove Road

Open only to vehicles displaying disability placards when shuttles are operating. All others should use free shuttle from Mariposa Grove Welcome Center (near South Entrance).


Hetch Hetchy Road

Open 8 am to 7 pm


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Seasonal Information


Campground Information

  • Yosemite Valley:

    Open: Reservations required: Upper Pines, Lower Pines, and North Pines
    First-come, first served: Camp 4

    Closed: None

  • Outside Yosemite Valley:

    Open: Reservations required: Hodgdon Meadow (first-come, first-served beginning Oct 22)
    First-come, first served: Wawona (1st loop only) and Hodgdon Meadow (beginning Oct 22)

    Closed: Bridalveil Creek, Tuolumne Meadows, Tamarack Flat, Porcupine Flat , White Wolf, Yosemite Creek, Crane Flat

Check today's campground availability online or by calling 209/372-0266.

View estimated opening and closing dates in 2018 for all campgrounds.

Reservations are available up to five months in advance and are strongly recommended. If you don't have a reservation, get details about camping without a reservation.

Visit Yosemite Hospitality's website for lodging information. Reservations are available and recommended up to 366 days in advance.


Trails and Wilderness Conditions

Trails in Yosemite may be closed when there are hidden hazards or when they are impassable due to rock fall, snow, ice, or fire. Open trails aren't necessarily free of hazards--by entering the wilderness, you assume responsibility for your safety and must use good judgment. Trails not listed below are open, but may be snowy and very difficult to find from about November through May/June (and may have other hazards).

  • Due to bear activity along the Snow Creek trail and the potential for bear/human interactions the area to the south and east of the footbridge is closed to overnight camping and unattended food (even if stores properly). The National Park Service will continue to monitor the bears' activity and will re-open the area to camping as soon as possible. The trails and areas are open to day hiking.
  • The Half Dome cables are down for the season. A permit is required to hike to the top of Half Dome when the cables are up.

  • No other trails are closed.

Climbing closures are in effect on several routes each year from March 1 through July 15 to protect peregrine falcons.

More Information Sources

Skier in the shadow of Mounts Lyell and Maclue

Tuolumne Meadows Winter Conditions

Weekly updates from the Tuolumne Meadows winter rangers (approx. December through April).

Snowplow plowing snow

Tioga & Glacier Point Roads Plowing

Plowing updates from the Tioga and Glacier Point Roads.

Road work ahead sign

Road Work

Current information about road work in Yosemite

National Weather Service

Weather Forecasts

National Weather Service forecasts for Yosemite

Snowy and cloudy view of Half Dome


View webcams in Yosemite National Park

Graph of streamflow

How High is the River?

View streamflow data for the Merced River in Yosemite Valley

Last updated: October 16, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 577
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389


(209) 372-0200

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