Yosemite National Park Lodging on a Budget

In Lodging, Sponsors

The following article is sponsored by Yosemite Pines RV. Now offering Yosemite area lodging starting at only $29.00 for two nights.

For the family that is looking to vacation on a budget or just a plain old bargain hunter, the beauty of Yosemite can still be enjoyed with an inexpensive stay at Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodging. The resort is now offering Yosemite area lodging starting at only $29.00 for two nights for a yurt that can accommodate up to five people. Yosemite cabins start at only $39 for two nights for a basic cabin that can accommodate four people. With the Yosemite National Park entrance fee of $20 per car for unlimited entries for seven days, a family can spend less than $100 for two days of Yosemite area lodging and admission to the park. These special rates are available at http://www.yosemitepinesrv.com/yosemite-lodging-camping-specials.html during the fall and winter season.

Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging, just 22 miles from the entrance of Yosemite National Park, has also recently added six premium cabins as a part of its on-going renovation of the 34-acre resort.

The new Premium cabins are one bedroom with a Queen bed, living room with a full-size sofa bed and fireplace, plus a full bath and a fully furnished kitchen with full-size refrigerator, and cable television in every room.

For those who need larger accommodations, the Luxury Loft Yosemite cabins sleep eight. The bedroom with a queen bed, living room with a full-size sofa bed, full kitchen and dining area, plus a full bath are on the main floor. And the large two-room loft has a full-size bed and two twin size beds.

Yosemite Pines RV and Family Lodging is the ideal resort for a family or class reunion. The on-site swimming pool, fitness trail, sand volleyball courts and mountain hiking and biking trails provide activities for all levels of energy. For those interested in gold mining, a formerly active gold mine is just a short hike from Yosemite Pines RV and Family Lodging. Not only are pets welcome, but the resort has a petting zoo for children featuring alpacas, goats, and chickens.

The large recreation room can be reserved for groups to enjoy meals together, play games, or be active with crafts.

Artists and photographers will find this Yosemite lodging and camping resort to be a workshop home base for travels to nearby Yosemite. The property itself can be the subject of the paint brush or camera.

The web site has also been redesigned so vacationers can quickly see an overview of the accommodations and reserve cabins or yurts and tent or RV spaces. The new web site presents articles about Yosemite camping, Yosemite activities, and the many amenities found on-site at the property.

Whatever the season, Yosemite Pines RV and Family Lodging welcomes visitors to enjoy the wonders of Yosemite National Park a short, beautiful drive from the resort. And at day’s end, you can return to lodging that offers the amenities of home, yet nestled in the forests of the magnificent Sierra Nevada.

Call 877.962.7690 or go to www.yosemitepinesrv.com to take advantage of the on-going lodging specials.

About Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging ( http://www.yosemitepinesrv.com): Yosemite Pines is an RV resort, campground, and lodge located near Yosemite National Park. Yosemite Pines offers Yosemite camping near Yosemite National Park with full hook-up RV and campsites. Yosemite Pines also offers Yosemite lodging and cabins near Yosemite National Park with cabin and yurt rentals . Amenities include a clubhouse, gold mine, gold panning, petting zoo, swimming pool, hiking trail, general store, children’s playground, horseshoe pit, and volleyball.

For additional information regarding Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging please contact:
Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging
20450 Old Highway 120
Groveland, California 95321
(209) 962-7690

You may also read!

Yosemite Open for Firefall but Reservations Required

If you're planning on visiting Yosemite to take in the world famous firefall over the next couple of weeks

half dome and yosemite chapel loyd schutte

Yosemite Closed

UPDATE: Yosemite National Park is open but reservations from recreation.gov are required to enter the park for ALL activities. Due


Glacier Point and Tioga Roads Close for Season

It's that time of year again when snow closes the Tioga Pass and Glacier Point roads. With the heavy


Mobile Sliding Menu