If you’re looking for a stunning and unforgettable camping destination to visit this fall, take a look at Yosemite National Park. This gorgeous national park in California is open for camping visitors through September 30, so you still have time to sneak in one epic camping trip before they’re closed for the season. Don’t wait until next year! Hitch up your new or used RV and hit the road!
About the Park
Yosemite National Park is an iconic, historic park that’s loaded with scenic experiences. The park has nearly 1,200 square miles of one jaw-dropping view after the next: granite cliffs, sequoia forests, waterfalls, and more. You’ll want to cook up a hot and hearty breakfast using the outdoor kitchen of your new or used RV and then set off for a full day!
You’ll want to give yourself plenty of time at Yosemite National Park to stop and appreciate some of the following visitor favorites:
- Sequoia forests: there are three enormous Sequoia groves in Yosemite! These ancient trees will help you recenter and give your perspective a boost. Come spend an afternoon in their (literal) shadow!
- Granite formations: Half Dome, El Capitan, and Sentinel Rock are just three granite formations among many that make Yosemite unlike anything you’ve seen before.
- Glacier Point: this amazing overlook will give you incredible views of Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, and Yosemite Valley.
- Waterfalls: don’t miss out on the iconic waterfalls of Yosemite! Check out what to expect in terms of seasonal highs and lows for water flow here.
Camping at Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park offers plenty of RV camping options, which you can get more info on here. Remember, since they only receive camping visitors through September, this will need to be a reservation you make soon.