Yosemite Pines RV Resort is located in Groveland, California. It features full hookup campsites for both back-ins and pull-throughs of up to 70 feet. The park is big-rig friendly, offers free WiFi, and allows pets.
Amenities & Activities
Campsite amenities offered include a clubhouse with a full kitchen, swimming pool, petting farm, exercise trail, and bocce ball and volleyball courts, and campfires. It also includes all your basic amenities like restrooms and laundry facilities.
Visitors can enjoy on-site activities such as storytelling, outdoor movies, and planned summer festivities.
The resort is located just 30 minutes from the western entrance to Yosemite. On top of that, visitors are near:
|RV Site Premium Back-In
|RV Site Premium Pull-Thru
|RV Site Standard Back In
These cabins are furnished with a full-size bed and a twin-size bunk bed. The half-bath has a shower, and all cabins include linens, a fully furnished kitchen with under counter refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot.
|Standard Cabin (sleeps 4)
Big Rig Friendly
Big Rig Friendly
Escapees RV Club
Senior Citizen (65 or older)
The spring season (April and May) is the best time to view the park's spectacular waterfalls. As warmer weather begins to melt the snow, creeks and streams are rushing with water, and many unnamed waterfalls and cascades can be seen all along the rim of Yosemite Valley. Roads closed during the winter season remain inaccessible. The summer season (June through September) is the peak Yosemite vacation period. Some of the more popular places to visit include the large, open sub-alpine Tuolumne Meadows along the winding Tuolumne River, the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, the breath-taking outlook at Glacier Point and the Half-Dome, and the silvery mists of Bridalveil Fall. The Yosemite Valley offers endless opportunities to explore its world-renowned spectacular waterfalls, granite cliffs, and unusual rock formations. Hetch Hetchy, the lesser-known twin to Yosemite Valley, is home to equally magnificent scenery, as well as the starting point for many of the less-used wilderness trails. The fall season (October and November) has fewer visitors, but still permits access to large areas of the park during the month of October, and sometimes into November. Since most of the trees in Yosemite are evergreens, the park is not known for its spectacular fall colors. However, if the weather remains seasonable, a Yosemite vacation still presents ample opportunity to explore the Park's exquisite scenery at greater leisure. Short-term closures may occur because of weather conditions although Yosemite Valley and Wawona remain open all year. The winter season (December through March) is a Yosemite vacation opportunity for those who enjoy skiing and solitude. While Yosemite Valley and Wawona remain accessible year-round, the Tioga Road and roads between Crane Flat and Tioga Pass, including the Tuolumne Meadows are closed. From mid-December through early April, the Glacier Point/Badger Pass Road is plowed to permit access to the popular downhill and cross-country skiing areas.