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Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $10.00
We stayed in Yosemite for 4 weeks, 2 weeks at Wawona. We really liked the campground and the area. We had a site along the river and our 30' 5th wheel fit easily, though the site was seriously unlevel. The sites varied a lot, some were very large and private, others less so, but overall the campground had a great feel and was way less busy and noisy than the valley campgrounds. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $20.00
This campground is located in the southern end of the park and it requires a 30-45 minute drive to reach the valley. I carefully researched the site's sizes since we have a 30' toy hauler travel trailer and I wanted to make sure we got a site large enough. The site we selected, #72 was for up to a 35' trailer. When we arrived, we discovered the site was basically a wider spot in the road where we had to parallel park our trailer. Because of the placement of a tree on the opposite side of the road and the fact the trailer in front of us was 1' into our space, we could not fit. After numerous attempts, I decided to go the wrong way on the access road and got us into the spot. The site was 13" off level side to side and we could not deploy our slide since the site was only 110" wide. The next day we found an empty site to move into that worked much better for us. I was disappointed in the campground since it was tight with no privacy between sites. Since this was our first national park experience, I have no point of comparison. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $10.00
Rate reflects senior access pass discount. Loop A is a grassy circle next to the roadway with group and single camp sites. Not as nice as Loop C, but smaller number of sites mean less people around. Great place to get to the Mariposa grove and Glacier Point areas. No showers, but the restrooms were clean and had kitchen washing stations. The local Pine Tree Market in Wawona has most basic groceries including fruits and veggies. No AT&T cell coverage. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $20.00
We camped in site 16 on loop A. You basically share the area with sites 14 and 18. As a result we made friends with our neighbors and shared meals together. The rangers are very friendly and the bathrooms were clean. We could see and hear the creek from our site but we were not on the creek side. It is a hour drive into Yosemite Valley but there is a small grocery mart just a few minutes down the road at the Wawona hotel. There is a golf course there too. I would have given it a 10 if there were showers. Closest showers are at Housekeeping camp or Curry Village. We would definitely camp here again if we go back to Yosemite. We loved that it was not in the hustle and bustle of the valley. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $10.00
Originally we had tried to get a campsite in Yosemite Valley but they were full and we're so glad they were. Otherwise, we would have missed staying at this wonderful campground. We had site #17, with the Merced River right in our front yard! The location of the campground was perfect too. A small market and gas station were about 1/2 mile away where we were also able to catch a free shuttle to the Mariposa Grove. The Yosemite Valley and Glacier Point were both a 45 minute drive. We highly recommend skipping the crowds in the Valley and staying at peaceful, uncrowded Wawona. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $20.00
If you like dry camping in the mountains, beside a river, then this place is perfect! The temperatures were low-mid 70s during the day, low 40s at night. The river was gushing, which swimmers ought to be very careful because they can easily get swept away. It took about 45-60 minutes to drive to Yosemite Valley; a little longer than usual because of road construction delays. All of the waterfalls were raging, which is a must-see for anyone. Glacier Point was still closed (due to open in mid-June, according to the rangers). We didn't encounter any bears (probably too early in the season). Some of the RV sites are pretty tight, so make sure your rig isn't too long. Also, if you get a spot along the river, be prepared to do some work getting your rig level because they slope downward toward the riverside. All in all, it was an awesome trip, an awesome camp site and we'll return for sure!!! We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $20.00
This campground provided a very nice, dry camping experience. Stayed in the A loop which is much more open and friendly to larger rigs, although the C loop did have several very nice sites in among the trees that would accommodate larger rigs. This campground is about 30 miles from the main tourist area in Yosemite Valley, but is much quieter and the overall appearance is cleaner and better maintained. Be sure to do your homework in picking a site, as most sites will definitely not accommodate anything but a tent. We stayed in site 17 with a 30 ft fifth wheel and were pleased with the choice. This will be our choice of campgrounds whenever we visit Yosemite. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $10.00
Some sites were really unlevel. A very undeveloped campground (Upper Pines was much better!!!). The staff was not very friendly. Of course there are no hookups and there is no general dump. There is near a river. By the way, if you want to visit the Sequoias go to Sequoia National Park directly. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2008 - $18.00
I stayed here for 3 nights, site #23 was right near the river. The sound of the water in the evening was very relaxing. I have 5 children, and they really enjoyed walking along the river's edge and exploring everything that they could get their hands on. The Wawona Hotel is nearby, with the Yosemite Pioneer center next door as well. The self guided tour is very interesting. I also went on a hike to Chuinuala Falls, which is a 2.5 mile hike, it was very beautiful. I would recommend staying here anytime. I often camp in upper pines campground in the valley but, there really is something special to experience from Wawona. Oh yeah don't forget to go look at the Mariposa Grove, the Grizzly Giant tree will blow you away. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $10.00
We had site #53, a very long pull-off type site that gave us plenty of room for our 30 ft class A and toad. The site was wide enough that our roadside slide didn't feel too exposed and after our levelers jacked us up to get level we were able to get our dining slide open over the large boulders lining the river/meadow side of the site. If we were to do it again we'd probably take the time to turn around so that our awning side would be away from the road even though you'd have to do another 180 to depart in the correct direction on the one-way road. We really liked this site, the meadow area between us and the river was huge with some very nice trees for shade. We liked the Wawona Meadows hike across the street from the Wawona Hotel. One unfortunate drawback was the terrible condition of the road in the campground. It was ridiculously rutted and potholed. There are no hook-ups in this campground and the dump station is a ways down the road near the pioneer museum. Nightly rate reflects the Interagency Senior Pass discount. We camped at Wawona Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.Undo
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