Address & Phone
31191 Hardin Flat Road
Groveland, CA 95321
209.962.0103 - Ranger
209.962.0110 - Country Store
800.288.7245 - Members
800.533.1001 - Non-Members
Campsites: 254 full hookups, 130 tent sites - Rentals: 10 TT cabins, 10 bunkhouse cabins, 14 hillside yurts, 8 river yurts, 4 Getaway cabins
Located just 5 miles from the west gate of Yosemite National Park, this 400-acre preserve is a wonderland of activity during the summer. The South Fork of the Tuolumne River running through the preserve is ideal for swimming, fishing and panning for gold. Lake Don Pedro, 35 miles west, offers fishing, boating and water skiing. Another area attraction is the state's largest public cavern, Moaning Cavern.
Member Amenities Include
24 Hour Security, Adult Center, Basketball Court, Country Store, Family Center, Fish Cleaning Stations, Hiking Trails, Horseshoe Pits, Laundry Facilities, Mini-Golf, Ping-Pong, Playground, Pool Table, Shuffleboard, TV Room, Volleyball Court, Wi-Fi Access
**YART (Yosemite Area Regional Transportation) stops right at our gas station here at Yosemite Lakes RV and Campground. This is a real plus for people who only drive an RV without a car. Very convenient way to get into the National Park without the driving or parking issues at the park. [YART has closed for the winter season.]
Points of Interest
- Yosemite National Park, west entrance, 5 miles
- Rainbow Pools, 4 miles
- Rim of the World, 8 miles
- O'Shaunacey Dam/Hetch Hetchy, 25 miles
- Moccasin Fish Hatchery, 30 miles
- Half Dome & El Capitan (inside YNP), 30 miles
- Merced River, 30 miles
- Don Pedro Lake, 35 miles
- Cherry Lake, 40 miles
- Columbia State Historic Park, 40 miles
- White Wolf Trailhead, 40 miles
- Moaning Cavern, 60 miles
Additional Local Information
The winter months provide some of the most unique and breathtaking views of the Yosemite region.
Badger Pass, the only downhill and cross-country ski area at Yosemite National Park (YNP), is open and boasting excellent conditions.
Snowshoe to the Merced Grove of Big Trees. If you have never visited the giants in the snow, it's a must-see!
Take photos of the Yosemite and Bridal Veil waterfalls which create giant stalagmites of ice!
Enjoy a gourmet dinner at the Mountain Room Lodge (YNP). From the Ahi Tuna with Wasabi Mashed Potatoes to Creme Brulee for desert, this is a highly recommended dining experience.
Tour the quaint Gold Rush era town of Groveland, with many unique shops and restaurants to enjoy. Be sure to visit the Iron Door Saloon, California's oldest saloon!
Our resort is home to many native animal species. Bring your plaster and make track castings of wildlife on the resort. In recent weeks we have seen deer, fox, coyote, bear, and raccoon prints at the river and in the snow.
These are just a few of the exciting activities available to enjoy on your next visit to the resort.