Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging

20450 Old Highway 120
Groveland, CA 95321

(877) 962-7690
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

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Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps







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Meander's picture
27 reviews

One of the best options in the area

Date of Stay: July, 2017 - $50.00

We stayed at Yosemite Pines after leaving S Lake Tahoe on our way to Yosemite National Park. The area was in a drought for 5 years until this April, so most everything around there is pretty parched...so I'm guessing the condition of this RV Park (and others) has suffered. Certainly not lush like the photos on their brochure and website. We were lucky to get a spot on short notice for our 25' motorhome with toad and were grateful we did not have to unhook. We were escorted to our spot. Our site (#65) was mostly red dirt, with dried up grass around the edges. Very un-level...like 7". The difficult thing to deal with was all the stickers (not the sharp kind) that attached themselves to our dogs feet and legs...tons of them. It was super dusty, which I imagine is better than the opposite...mud, which I can see being a big issue when it rains. Little shade in our spot, but there is ample shade in other spaces. There were plenty of RV's of all types and sizes. Lots of families. There is a petting zoo with a couple of donkeys, a llama, rabbit and goats. Fun for the kids. Speaking of kids...we don't have them, but this seems to be a great campground for kids...nice pool, petting zoo, playground area, with bocce ball, Horseshoes, tetherball, etc. Another positive for Yosemite Pines is the proximity to Yosemite N.P. - about 30 min away. The drive up from the north was pretty steep and twisty. No problem for our 42' total length Sprinter chassis RV with toad, but we got behind a 5th wheel that was really struggling.

We didn't use the showers, but the restrooms were clean.

The camp store is well appointed with a few items for camping and snacks. There is a small Deli, which makes sandwiches, etc to take with or eat in. We had breakfast burritos, toast,
bacon, etc...all made to order. There is a great, large, raised dog wash. If you tent camp, prefer Yurts, want a cabin, have a group, this spot is worth considering. It's plenty big and there seemed to be a number of groups. The brochure said there is propane and a dump station. We didn't use the Tengo WiFi and we didn't have cable at our spot...actually, don't think it was working since they scratched it out on our paperwork. Best I could tell, for proximity to Yosemite and offerings, this is one of the best options in the area. Not the best place we stayed on our trip, but felt safe and staff plenty friendly...it is just dusty and dry (drought) and older. I could see, if this area were to recover from the drought, this being quite an oasis.

We were there on July 5 and managed to get a spot by calling that same day. It was crowded, so might be good idea to reserve during peak season. We camped at Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging in a Motorhome with toad and did not have to unhook it.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2017
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Dee H
13 reviews


Beautiful park with everything you need except good phone reception. Well maintained. Clean. Pine trees abound. Gravel and dirt with patches of grass at our campsite(B19). Nice shade, full hook up, upper level, across from bath house. Nice cabins in another area, Pool etc on lower level.

Date of Stay:
 April, 2015