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High Sierra Vacation Rentals

Explore the wonder of Yosemite National Park while having a comfortable stay with stunning views.

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Fish Camp

A quaint little mountain community located 2 miles South of Yosemite's South Gate entrance. We have a General market for last minute shopping and the best made to order, fresh deli subs along with our newest addition of the best BBQ around! 

Sugar Pine

A historic community built in the 1800's for the logging industry. Many of the original log cabins are still alive today! Book one of these cabins for a trip back in time.

Bass Lake

A popular destination for a cool relaxing day on the lake. Just a short drive to Yosemite's South entrance.

Sierra Foothills

Our mountains are thriving with beauty! There is plenty of outdoor adventure from Hiking, Biking, Site seeing, Exploring, Gold panning, Fishing, Swimming, Mountain Climbing, Bird watching, Photography, Rafting the Merced river, Boating, Camping, Ziplining to endless fun in the sun.

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Hiking Trails

Yosemite National Park has more than 800 miles of outstanding hiking trails with unsurpassed views of mountain peaks and dramatic waterfalls. Guided day hikes ranging in length from just a few hours to full-day trips (for the most fit and experienced hikers) to the top of Half Dome. Additionally, there are custom hiking trips for groups of all sizes. For extended backpacking trips, the High Sierra Camps provide tent cabins and food—letting you carry a significantly lighter backpack on your journey.  


The pros know that Yosemite camping is either a feat of advanced planning, or a willingness to wing it for same-day reservations. 

There are 13 campgrounds inside the park with varying availability. The car campgrounds like Upper Pinesrequire a reservation year-round (they sell out months in advance). To be fair, the reason why they sell out so quickly is because of the breathtaking beauty of the park. Between the massive sequoia trees, the mountains and the waterfalls, it's understandable.

Water Falls

Yosemite National Park is home to thousands of waterfalls—from towering spectacles with a half-mile of cascading water, to tiny streams of white that drop only a few feet. Spring is the best time to experience Yosemite’s waterfalls, when the winter’s massive snowfall melts away and heads toward the Pacific Ocean. Plan your waterfall excursions for May and June, when they’re at their most impressive. By the end of summer, many are only a trickle or have completely dried up.


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