Lodging options inside Yosemite National Park are managed by Yosemite Hospitality, and range from simple tent cabins at the High Sierra Camps to deluxe rooms at The Ahwahnee. Reservations are available 366 days in advance and are strongly recommended, especially from spring through fall and during holidays.

If you can't find lodging inside the park, consider staying in private lodging in neighboring communities.

The back lawn of the Ahwahnee Hotel, a large wood and stone building.
The Ahwahnee

Yosemite's only luxury hotel offers fine dining, grand architecture, and a central location in Yosemite Valley; open year-round.

Tall, lighted windows of the Mountain Room restaurant at night.
Yosemite Valley Lodge

A traditional lodge near the base of Yosemite Falls offers several dining options and easy access to popular destinations; open year-round.

The Wawona Hotel, a large white Victorian hotel with green roof
Wawona Hotel

A historic Victorian lodge in the southern part of the park near the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias; open seasonally.

Sun shines through the trees behind a canvas-sided tent-cabin.
Curry Village

Traditional cabins and canvas-sided tent cabins offer a rustic lodging option in the heart of Yosemite Valley; open seasonally.

A brown wooden fence surrounds an open, canvas-topped unit at Housekeeping Camp.
Housekeeping Camp

Housekeeping Camp units offer a laid-back, open-air experience in Yosemite Valley on the banks of the Merced River; open seasonally.

A white-painted cabin with dark shutters at White Wolf Lodge.
White Wolf Lodge

Traditional cabins and canvas-sided tent cabins 30 miles from Yosemite Valley offer great access to High Sierra hikes; open seasonally.

White canvas-sided tent cabins at Tuolumne Lodge, seen across a river and through trees.
Tuolumne Meadows Lodge

Canvas-sided tent cabins 50 miles from Yosemite Valley put you close to popular high country destinations; open seasonally.

A white canvas-sided tent with a view of high country.
High Sierra Camps

Five different camps spaced six to ten miles apart provide overnight lodging and dining on wilderness trips; reservations by lottery.

A wooden ski hut looks out over snow-covered Glacier Point, with Half Dome.
Glacier Point Ski Hut

This winter lodge offers bunks with spectacular views of Half Dome and Yosemite Valley, accessible by a 10.5-mile cross-country ski trip.

Last updated: September 30, 2022

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