Yosemite Webcams

View webcams throughout the park including Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, & others.

Yosemite Jobs

Get your next dream job in one of America's beautiful national parks.

Yosemite Passes & Fees

Learn more about park entrance fees and order your park pass before you leave home.

Yosemite Camping

Plan your next camping adventure at one of Yosemite Park's beautiful campgrounds.

Yosemite DVDs

Browse through our wide selection of national park DVDs, watch previews, and order your favorites.  These professionally-produced DVDs are excellent for classroom education, planning a vacation, or just enjoying the national parks from your home.

National Park Store

Find everything you'll need for your next national park adventure.  Save up to 75% on national park guide books and brand name gear including tents, sleeping bags, backpacks, GPS units, and more.  Shop now, and save big on the gear & apparel for your next adventure.

Yosemite Lodging

The Ahwahnee, Yosemite Lodge at the Falls, Wawona Hotel, Curry Village, vacation home rentals, and  many more.

Yosemite Activities

Whitewater rafting, horseback rides, western cookout, bus tours, rock climbing, guided hiking adventures, & more

Yosemite Attractions

Numerous attractions await visitors of Yosemite National Park.  Discover their locations and plan your next park experience.

Yosemite Dining

Visitors enjoy a wide selection of dining options inside the park as well as in the gateway communities at park entrances.

Yosemite Wildlife

Learn about the wildlife in Yosemite Park including their life cycles and habitats.

Yosemite History

Yosemite has a long and rich history including the time before it became a national park.

Recent Posts from the National Parks Blog

Established in 1890, Yosemite National Park is well-known for its waterfalls, giant sequoia trees, scenic mountain views, and deep valleys.  Yosemite's magnificent landscape of nearly 1,200 square miles is the result of erosion by water and glaciers.  Famous for a stunning valley that is surrounded by towering cliffs, sheer walls, and marvelous granite domes, features like El Capitan and Half Dome or slowly peeling away in layers.  Yosemite is full of waterfalls, and Bridalveil, Yosemite, Nevada, and Vernal falls are easily accessible.  Giant sequoia trees can be seen in all of their grandeur at Mariposa Grove in the southern part of the park.  Some 500 trees remain today including Yosemite Sequoia, the fifth largest and oldest of the sequoias - about 3,000 years old!  In the high country, accessible by California Highway 120, is Tuolumne Meadows, the largest in the Sierra Mountain Range.  It's a mecca for campers and backpackers seeking the famous John Muir or Pacific Crest trails or any of the dozens of day hikes in the area.  Yosemite National Park has something for everyone.  It's a special place that will leave you in awe and with memories that remain for a lifetime.

Yosemite National Park

Mountains, valleys, and waterfalls