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What to do - this leg of the trip was always up in the air as we knew that we probably couldn't get to Yosemite via Mammoth due to the winter road closures and Yosemite was very high on our list of must dos! So we decided to go to San Francisco and then zig zag into and out of Yosemite and back to Monterey Bay.
Gary and Celyn …
Left Lake Tahoe today and headed for Yosemite national park . Arrived late in the afternoon after a magnificent journey to yosemite. Once again we were overawed by the beauty of the valley. The beautiful sequoia and ponderosa pines were abundant and stretched metres up into the sky. We were sure bears were watching us but we didnt see them ofcourse …
Die erste Nacht im Auto war ziemlich gewöhnungsbedürftig und dadurch waren wir schon ziemlich früh wach. Nach dem Aufstehen frühstückten wir zuerst unsere Würstchen vom Vortag auf und danach machten wir uns bereit für unseren ersten Trail. Wir packten etwas Trinkwasser und etwas zu essen (Rice Krispies, Bananen und Butterbrote) ein. Danach gingen …
Yosemite National Park
After another great evening at Edo's place with Maggie, Julian, their daughter Fiona, Chad, Edo and David Surber, Chris went to the storage area in Oakland in the morning to pick up the RV and then came and picked us up and all our luggage. And then off we went. We stopped in San Ramon to try and go to a camping …
We made for an early start, packing up and getting going to hot the road. We drove round to the very south of Lake Tahoe before veering off South towards Yosemite. This was yet another gorgeous drive on roads winding through the wilderness. We approached Yosemite through the Tioga Pass entrance and this drive was just ridiculously impressive! The …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUpper Pines Campground Yosemite National Park
I know it's a national park campground and so its bare bones. But seriously this campground wins the bare bones award.
No hand soap in the bathrooms, no hand dryers, no hand sanitizer... nothing.
We paid $14 to basically park the camper and flush the toilet twice. (once each)
It was not well signposted and you have to "register" elsewhere of site. Making it fun and complicated late at night when it's really dark and cold.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.