Bear Creek Cabins

Address: 6993 Hwy 140, Mariposa, California, 95338, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 6993 Hwy 140, Mariposa, is near Mariposa Museum and History Center, Yosemite Lodge Amphitheater, Parsons Memorial, and Yosemite Motorcycle Rentals.
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      Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by hicksfamily on Oct 05, 2014

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      Up relatively early and back to the Buckmeadows Restaurant next door to the hotel for a super breakfast, making it two great meals out of two. Packed up our stuff and then headed into Yosemite National Park - only 15 minutes or so to the entrance into the park, but about an hour until we reached the bottom of Yosemite Valley, where everything is located. This drive is quite spectacular, however it is only a glimpse of what is to come. We were on ...

      If you go down to the woods today

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... off for it and ended up in farmer country, back onto the I-5 south it is. We have now drove this stretch of road 3 times haha. Had tea at Andersens in Santa Nella, was fine to have a real meal with vegetables and things instead of a fast food tacos and *****. Getting closer to Yosemite now, see a sign which says camping next right, we take it....nothing, absolutely nothing for miles. After a couple of poorly judged lefts and rights we see a sign for camping at ...

      Sorry.... Wow!

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 11, 2014

      ... leads to problems, as the bears can become aggressive, and then have to be shot. They can also be killed by traffic when making their way to inhabited areas of the park looking for easy pickings. For this reason, all food and cosmetics need to be locked away in a bear-proof locker outside the tent. Bears have a sense of smell that is 7 times better than that of a blood hound and can detect food in any form from huge distances away. They have also come to associate shapes ...

      Sunrise to Merced Lake

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 26, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... br> The final approach to Merced Camp was absolutely stunning with the Merced River making cascades over the granite.

      Over the afternoon we had been smelling smoke from the forest fire and there was a noticeable haze in the air. When we made it to Merced High Sierra Camp they told us that the road from the end of Tuolomne Meadows to Yosemite Valley had been closed.

      James TR did a talk on fire ...

      The stunning Yosemite

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 26, 2014

      20 photos

      ... in until 4pm which is a little annoying after the long drive but we take the opportunity to explore the nearby Jamestown.

      Jamestown is a cool little western town. There is a Main Street, cute little cafés and antique shops. We grab a coffee and some banana cake in a cafe called Local Scoop. Apparently there is a ghost that lives in the ladies bathroom so I held it.

      We walk around town and take happy snaps. It's really nice here ...