Travelodge Merced Yosemite

Address: 1260 Yosemite Pkwy, Merced, California, 95341-5264, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1260 Yosemite Pkwy, Merced, is near Yosemite Valley, Mist Trail, Merced County Courthouse Museum, and Yosemite Museum Gallery.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Adjoining Rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge Merced Yosemite

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          Travel Blogs from Merced

          Shane's entry :- " Boys "

          A travel blog entry by parker_clan on Jun 16, 2014

          1 comment

          ... at the hotel. I have to tell them 3 or 4 times to brush your teeth, have a shower, help get stuff in and out. Then when I explode because they are laying around, they wonder why I get upset.

          I was really disappointed because tickets to tour Alcatraz were sold out for the next couple of months. Not only was I looking forward to seeing it, I never got a chance to leave the ...

          1.5 miles high (Yosemite, JMT)

          A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Jul 11, 2013

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... do it. As we walked back, we noticed a deer off to the side of the trail with 2 new born babies just learning how to walk. It was quite a sight, but we weren't really sure what to do when one of the babies walked right up to our feet. It was a beautiful sight, but at the same time we all thought should we really be training this little one that humans are friendly?!!!!?
          We took a long scenic bus ride to our campsite and hung out for the night, thus ending day 1 in ...

          Among Ancient Giants

          A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Nov 25, 2011

          4 photos

          ... groves were often filled with fog and incredibly dark... They had an almost spooky feel to them. Night came quickly and we were forced to find a nearby campground in the dark, wgile the rains continued to pound down.

          We awoke to a morning without rain (finally!) and were on the road quickly. We stopped at a nearby area which enabled us to literally drive thru an old hollowed out redwood tree. The sun poked out quickly as Maria and I both took time to ...

          Black Friday Sales

          A travel blog entry by catndeano on Nov 24, 2011

          2 photos

          ... just around the corner to see if we could pick up information on San Francisco, Los Angeles or Sequoia National Park. A couple of leaflets and email to a new friends who lives between these two cities later, we headed out of Merced, stocking up at the supermarket first. We had changed our plans again and now were heading to Sequoia National Park instead of either of the two cities, as we hoped to see our friends first, as they may be able to give us tips on what to see and do in the cities.

          A day driving through Yosemite

          A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal on Jun 16, 2010

          24 photos

          ... around some woodland by a river, where we watched a man do some fly fishing for a while. For some reason I had a lot of static electricity that day and every time I went to open or close the car door I got a shock, I even gave Doog a few shocks. I resorted to kicking the car door shut rather than risking another shock.

          We had heard of the huge Redwood or Sequoia trees found in the park and we were keen to see them for ourselves. We ...