The first reservation for Yosemite National Park is available from April 21
After a year of closure COVID-19 pandemic, status California Start at Reopen Website, now ready to be in Yosemite National Park.
This National Park Service (NPS) announced that the nature reserve will be opened to the public on May 21, but the capacity will be limited during the peak season of 2006 Holiday summer.
In order not to exceed the capacity allowed in the first stage, Yosemite Will only allow Booking Earlier.
“This reservation Temporary one-day tickets will enable the park to manage the number of visitors to reduce the risks associated with exposure to Covid-19,” NPS This is a statement.
first of all reservation It can be implemented from April 21st, and the system will be launched on the official website of the National Park Service before September 30th.
All visitors need to make a reservation to enter, even those with annual tickets.Each booking can be used in the hotel for three days Yosemite National Park.
Visitors staying at the Yosemite Hotel have already made a reservation when they arrive in California’s Sierra Nevada, but those who want to camp must do so.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Yosemite’s production capacity will be guided by the California government.Shown in purple, 3,600 cars will be allowed to enter each day and will increase to 5,000
Kamamatsu (all year)
Kudamatsu (April 19 to October 25)
North Pine (April 15 to November 1)
Camp No. 4 (open day to be confirmed in spring)
Wawona (from June 15th to October 25th) for motorhomes/trailers with toilets (no toilets)
Bridalveil Creek (July 15 to September 6)
Tuolumne Meadows Campground (July 15 to September 20)
Currently, the Yosemite Valley, Mariposa Grove and Toulurne Meadows nature reserves will not provide transportation services.