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Half Dome View Home ~ 3 bedrooms ~ 1.5 Bath ~ Sleeps 2 - 10
 
Yosemite West Lodging Home ~ 3 Bedrooms ~ 2 Full Baths ~ Sleeps 2 to 8 plus
   
Meadow Woods Cabin ~ 3 Bedroom ~ 1 Bath ~ Sleeps 2 to 7
 
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Yosemite National Park Vacation Rental

This private rental by owner is a one of a kind Log Mountain Cabin and one a handful of private homes located inside Yosemite National Park. Foresta, a private comunity existed in before Yosemite was declared a National Park, therefore Foresta was grandfathered into private land ownership within the national park. This 3 bedroom Foresta vacation rental home sleeps 2 to 10 guests. The rental is only 10 miles to Yosemite Valley. Foresta offers a more relaxing pace, located at 4,400 ft, the cabin is a great place to plan scenic hikes, rock-climbing adventures, or savor the days events. Reviews for Yosemite National Park Vacation Rental Cabin

Located inside Yosemite National Park and only a 10 minute drive to Yosemite Valley. The charming 3 bedroom Foresta vacation cabin sleeps 2 to 7 guests. The Meadow Woods Cabin is perfect for a family home or private get away for a couple. Quiet, clean, no smoking, no pets.  Surrounded by nature as this home is INSIDE Yosemite National Park.  Peaceful meadow setting, a true Yosemite mountain home with all the modern ammenities. Reviews for Foresta Cabin

Foresta Cabin Rental Inside Yosemite.
Yosemite West Vacation Rental Home

Centrally located on the western side of Yosemite, surrounded by forest, this 3 bedroom Yosemite West home sleeps 2 to 8+ guests. The Mountain View Home is off of Hwy 41,  and centrally located between Yosemite Valley, Badger Pass Ski area, Glacier Point, Wawona, Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias. Reviews for Yosemite West Home.

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Yosemite National Park Vacation Rental---"Great Log House with Views of Half Dome, El Capitan & Clouds Rest"Review Submitted 06/03/13 This log home is in a great location, close to the Valley, with wonderful views of nature and the Yosemite landscape. "It is quiet and peaceful with all the amenities of a home to prepare meals, do laundry etc. The daily views from the kitchen and living room as well as the look-out on the third floor are amazing! My husband and I would highly recommend this rental to anyone planning a vacation to Yosemite National Park. Recommended for: Age 55+, romantic getaway, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, sightseeing." Guest: Barbara T. Date of stay: 05/24/13

Foresta Vacation Rental Cabin---"Perfect house for a family visiting Yosemite." Review Submitted 07/25/13 Our family stayed in this house for four nights while we visited Yosemite. "It's a perfect location - it took us about 10-12 minutes to drive to the main village in the park even with traffic in the park. Then, at the end of the day, we could leave the crowds behind and have this peaceful house all to ourselves. It is stocked with everything you could need and Annie was great to work with and kept in touch with us while we were there to make sure everything was OK (which is was). Wi-Fi worked great. Overall a fabulous experience and we would definitely recommend it to friends or family that planned to visit Yosemite. Recommended for: Adventure seekers, sightseeing, families with young children, families with teenagers." Guest: Karen R. Date of stay: 06/25/13

The Mountain View Yosemite West Home---"Location! Location! Location!" Review Submitted 08/05/13 "My family (husband, 19 and 23 year old kids, and I) had a wonderful and relaxing week at this Yosemite West property. "I would totally recommend this property to friends and relatives who are interested in experiencing Yosemite. The owners' description and photos were 100% accurate, and the property was clean and well-maintained. I spoke with the owner-Annie- on the phone and via email several times and she was extremely friendly and helpful (in terms of what to see/do before, during, and after our visit to Yosemite). The house location is ideal - especially for the west end of the park - including Glacier Point (an especially awesome area to hike and star gaze). The neighborhood is very quiet and easily accessible. The kitchen had everything we needed, so we never ended up eating out. The grill worked very well - something we have had little luck with in other places we have stayed. While we brought in all of our groceries from several hours away, I was pleasantly surprised to find the Village store in Yosemite Valley fully stocked and not crazy over the top expensive (though you would not want to do the bulk of your shopping there). It's great for picking up odds and ends and highly perishable products like milk and cheese. Our plan was to hike every day - and this we did. There are hikes for everyone, but I would highly recommend the North Dome trail and Cathedral Lake trail in the Tuolumne area, the trails to Sentinel Dome and Taft Point in Glacier Point, and the Valley Floor trail in Yosemite Valley. We also enjoyed cooling off in the Merced River at Cathedral Beach near the base of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley and at Tenaya Lake in the Tuolumne area. We used the travel guides we brought with us plus the several that were already at the house to plan our days and learn many good facts about the park. The tours that are available through the park are very expensive and crowded, and with a good book about Yosemite you can do your own tour at your own pace and learn just as much. We did use the free shuttle system in the Valley - which at first is really confusing - until you realize that there are three different shuttles that run on essentially the same roadways - so you just have to know the exact bus you need to get on and how often they run. Half-way through our week-long stay we realized that we would have to come back there is so much to do! This trip was one of the best experiences we have ever had-and we travel a great deal!" Guest: Amy Date of stay: 07/20/13

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Yosemite Area Things To Do

Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.
John Muir

There are truly so many adventures to experience in Yosemite it might be helpful to hire a guide for your first sightseeing trip, either by mule or by foot you'll find the official site for the concessioner in Yosemite National Park, is a great resource. For the more adventurous there are also rock climbing guides for hire. If you decide to start exploring Yosemite on your own the best place to start would be Yosemite Valley. Yosemite Valley has been called "cathedral like," surrounded by cascading waterfalls, flower-filled meadows, lumbering rivers, geologic formations and majestic trees. Yosemite Valley is accessible by car all year and is only minutes away from all the rental homes.

Ansel Adams Gallery - located in the heart of Yosemite Valley, between the Visitor Center and Post Office, with incredible views of Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, and Glacier Point. Yes, we’re fortunate, and the staff includes climbers, photographers, hikers, and generally people who love Yosemite.

Hiking is awesome, vistas incredible, rafting, Yosemite Museum Gallery, Park your car and rent a bike. Take the buses. Preparing for your trip to Yosemite. Yosemite Falls

More local attractions: Wawona, Glacier Point & Badger Pass, Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley Day Hikes, Reviews on things to do in Yosemite, Hiking Half Dome Information

Yosemite's Badger Pass Ski Area
American Park Network Winter Activities - "Situated on the road to Glacier Point, about a 40-minute drive from Yosemite Valley, is California's original ski area. Skiing started at Badger Pass as early as 1934, and today, it is a modern ski resort with one triple chair lift, three double chair lifts, one surface lift, nine ski runs and a state-of-the-art fleet of snow-grooming machines. The terrain is ideal for learning to ski. Not surprisingly, the Yosemite Ski School is one of California's best, featuring instructors certified by the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA). The ski school was the first in California, begun in 1928, and Yosemite's Midweek Ski Package pioneered midweek savings for winter vacationers in 1948. Badger Pass's gentle slopes and friendly staff, combined with the quiet beauty of Yosemite in winter, have made this ski area a traditional winter vacation spot for generations of Californians. The Badger Day Lodge features a handy "grab and go" food service area, and free shuttle service is available twice daily between Yosemite Valley and Badger Pass. Call (209) 372-1000 for snow conditions."

Cross-Country Skiing
Ninety miles of cross-country trails begin from the Badger Pass Ski Area. Cross-country tracks and skating lanes are groomed on Glacier Point Road from Badger Pass to Glacier Point, a 21-mile round-trip with no trail fee. You can ski with a guide to Glacier Point and stay overnight in a hut, complete with prepared meals, with advance reservations. For an adventure, join a Yosemite Cross-Country Ski School guide on a Trans-Sierra Expedition. The Cross-Country Ski School, like its downhill counterpart at Badger Pass, is staffed by instructors certified by the Professional Ski Instructors of America. For more information, please call (209) 372-8444.

Balanced Rock Foundation in Yosemite National Park - "What better place than Yosemite National Park, the birth place of wilderness preservation, to take time for yourself in the beauty of nature? In our busy lives we often move too quickly to experience life fully. On a Balanced Rock course we slow things down to create space for awareness, appreciation, and aha's. Our courses offer safe and supportive environments for new learning and personal discovery."

Tioga Gas and Gift Mart is close to Yosemite, Mono Lake, Bodie and Other Attractions - "Tioga Gas and Gift Mart is growing into a full service stop for many people. Tioga Gas and Gift Mart offers Mobil gas including diesel 24 hours a day, propane to fill tanks or RV's, a full service deli, groceries, beverages from cocktails to bottled water, a new organic food section, camping goods, fishing supplies, fishing licenses, gifts and souvenirs to please all tastes, sizes and budgets."

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