Last of Yosemite’s Campgrounds Open for Season

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Photo by Ginny Shope Fowler

A lake in Yosemite. Photo by Ginny Shope Fowler

Only a few weeks later than normal, the remainder of Yosemite’s campgrounds have opened for the season.

Porcupine Flat
First-come, first-served. Tents, RVs (24’ max length) and trailers (20’ max length). Piped water. Pets OK. Cost: $10

White Wolf
First-come, first-served. Tents, RVs (27’ max length) and trailers (24’ max length). Piped water. Pets OK. Cost: $14

Bridalveil Creek
First-come, first-served. Tents, RVs (35’ max length) and trailers (24’ max length). Piped water. Pets OK. Cost: $14

Photo by Ginny Shope Fowler.

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