AN AUTHENTIC MOUNTAIN LODGE EXPERIENCE

YOSEMITE DAY PASS RESERVATIONS

You will NOT need day pass reservations to enter Yosemite National Park before May 21st 2021.

  You WILL need Day Pass Reservations for vehicles from Recreation.Gov (not set up quite yet) to enter Yosemite National Park  this summer season of May 21st through September 23rd 2021.

EIGHTY PERCENT OF THE DAY PASSES:

Book for May/June starting April 21st 8am.

Book for July starting April 28th 8am.

Book for August starting May 5th 8am.

Book for September starting May 12th 8am.

TWENTY PERCENT OF THE DAY PASSES SELL 7 DAYS AT 8AM IN ADVANCE OF ARRIVAL!

Buy your Entry Fee there too (or have Annual Pass) in advance to make driving in easier!

!! ALTERNATIVE PARK ENTRY !!

Book bus tickets at YARTS.Com and avoid a Day Pass or Entry Fee altogether.  Our YARTS/AMTRAK Bus Stop is at the end of our driveway.  Walk-on seats tend to be available too.

Book with Incredible Adventures Tours Yosemite Valley Orientation to avoid Day pass and Entry Fee altogether.  You will enjoy a guide for sightseeing, but also have time to yourself much of the day for a hike or bike. All  for a great value.

For Covid, remember, this is a large spread out cabin campus, not a hotel with corridors and elevators.  June Bug Cafe is open with 50% capacity with social distancing indoors, outdoors heated seasonal deck tent, and take out.   Yosemite Health Spa is temporarily closed but looks like we may open to private 8 person reservations soon.   See our Covid-19 Standards.

Under a grove of oak and pine in our own small valley with a stream, the Yosemite Bug Rustic Mountain Resort offers a magical scene with cabins on stilts dotting the mountainside where walking is part of the experience. This old camp dates from the 1930’s and we now offer private hotel style rooms in cabins, tent cabins, hostel cabins, house rentals along with group facilities, a health spa and a highly regarded restaurant. You will encounter backpackers, young families, and outdoor adventurers in this fun place just 27 miles downstream from Yosemite Valley itself.