Yosemite National Park Bridalveil Creek Campground

Located on the Glacier Point Road, off of the Wawona Road (CA-41), about 45 minutes south of Yosemite Valley, at 7,200 ft (2,200 m). Bridalveil Creek Campground contains 110 campsites with tent and RV space.

Each campsite contains a fire ring, picnic table, and food storage locker 33"(D)x45"(W)x18"(H), and is near a bathroom with potable water and flushing toilets.

Dump station:

Wawona (on Forest Drive east of the Wawona Store) and Yosemite Valley (in Upper Pines Campground).

Groceries: Yosemite Valley (limited groceries available in Wawona).

Pets: Permitted (except in the group sites).

Showers laundromat: Yosemite Valley (at Curry Village and Housekeeping Camp).

Open:

July through early September (approximately).

Reservations:

No. All sites are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Cost:

$14/night for each campsite (maximum 6 people per site).

Group Camp

Same as above, except pets are not permitted. The campground contains two group campsites.

Reservations:

Required and available

online July through early September.

Cost:

$40/night for each campsite (13-30 people per site).

Horse Camp

Same as above. The campground contains three stock sites.

Reservations:

Required and available online July through early September.

Cost:

$25/night for each campsite (6 horses per site).

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