Wawona Campground & RV

Wawona Campground & RV

One mile north of Wawona
Yosemite National Park, California 95389
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Open: All year (horse sites open approximately April through September)

Reservations: Required and available online from approximately April through September. From October through March, campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the A loop (about 20 sites).

Horse site reservations are required and available only by calling 877/444-6777.

Cost: $20/night for each campsite (maximum 6 people per site); $14 per night from October through April. $40/night for the group campsite (13-30 people per site).

Number of sites: 93 (plus one group site and two horse sites)

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Yosemite National Park Dog Policy:

• Pets are allowed on fully paved roads, walkways, bicycle pathways, and on the Meadow Loop in Wawona.

• In In Yosemite Valley, pets are allowed ONLY on paved paths on the Valley Floor.

• Pets are not allowed on trails, within Yosemite Wilderness, in underdeveloped areas, on ski trails, on unplowed roads open to skiing in the winter, on the Mariposa Grove tram or, or in any area that has a sign prohibiting pets.

• Do not leave your pet unattended or tied to a post at any time.

• Unattended pets are subject to removal and impounding.

• No waste bags are provided, please bring your own and use them.

• Dogs must be on leash at all times. 

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Kylo's Yosemite Adventure - Photo Credit: @kyloandkonacastro
Is Yosemite dog-friendly? Every DogTrekker headed in this direction wants to know. And the answer is…“Yes!”…with caveats. More than 4 million people visit Yosemite each year, and while no one counts the dogs, we know from experience that many visitors share the trip with four-legged companions. Here are the basics of what you need to know (but be sure to read up on the rules before you go): more »
Marlowe & Boomie exploring Yosemite National Park.<br/> Photo Credit: @thenuggetbros
Marlowe & Boomie exploring Yosemite National Park.
Photo Credit: @thenuggetbros
Before you bring your dog to Yosemite National Park, read up on the rules so you won't be disappointed. While access to trails is restricted (see where you can hike below), there's still lots of scenery that can be enjoyed with your dog, especially in the spring when the waterfalls are running at maximum flow. more »
Camping! Photo BIlly Goodman
Camping! Photo BIlly Goodman
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Bass Lake dog in boat
Bass Lake. Photo: Susan Marie
Why hurry to Yosemite National Park when the journey can be as rewarding as the destination? The extremely dog-friendly Yosemite Region encompasses four gateway counties, each with its own unique set of attractions. DogTrekker is celebrating Yosemite’s 150th anniversary with a look at places and diversions for DogTrekkers to check out along the major highway corridors leading to the iconic park.

Trek with us along Highway 41 through the South (Wawona) Entrance in Madera County.   more »
Arch Rock entrance. Photo Judy Sutton.
Arch Rock entrance. Photo Judy Sutton.
Why hurry to Yosemite National Park when the journey can be as rewarding as the destination? The Yosemite Region encompasses four gateway counties, each with its own unique set of attractions. This week we celebrate Yosemite’s 150th anniversary with a look at places and diversions for DogTrekkers to check out along the major highway corridors leading to the iconic park.  more »
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