Old Yosemite Base Camp

4.128 Votes
  • Address: 48477, 48405 Bissett Station Rd, Oakhurst, CA 93644, United States
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  • Tags: Camp, Family And Kids, Nature

The Old Yosemite Campground in Madera County, California offers over 28500 campsites, ranches, vineyards, farms and public parks to give you the perfect adventure feeling. You are sure to find new places and explore them wholeheartedly. There is no place so unique as to offer granite walls, glaciers, waterfalls, High Sierra than Yosemite. Within 1200 sq miles, you can check out various trails through the campground and ranches. Upper Pines Campground, Wawona Campground, Tuolumne Meadows Walk-in Campground, Hodgdon Meadow Campground, White Wolf Campground, Lower Pines campground, North Pines campground, Crane Flat campground, Porcupine Flat Campground, Bridalveil Creek Campground, Yosemite Creek Campground and Tamrack Flat campground are the popular camping sites. Lie on a hammock or sit on easy chairs in the lap of nature –the park is delightful in every way. Climbing, Paddling, Boating, Swimming, Wildlife observing, OHV, Horse riding, Fishing and snow sports are the activities you can opt for.

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  • Old Yosemite Base Camp Address: 48477, 48405 Bissett Station Rd, Oakhurst, CA 93644, United States
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  • 73.68% of people who visit Oakhurst include Old Yosemite Base Camp in their plan

  • 41.67% of people start their Old Yosemite Base Camp visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Old Yosemite Base Camp

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Yosemite Base Camp

People normally club together Sierra Pines Church and Wassama Round House State Historic Park while planning their visit to Old Yosemite Base Camp.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Old Yosemite Base Camp Reviews & Ratings

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  • Very nice area. It was hard for me at first but the entrance is spotted via a dumpster and 2 portapotties. Afterwards, it's a uphill path to some really appealing camp spots. Better off going with a 4 by 4 or at least park your car at the foot of the hill and carry your things up to whatever spot you reserved. My first camping experience was quite something and this place gave me a positive impression. Open and with just the right amount of space, I only wished that I had come here with others. . Very clean area, I only wished that there was someone that I could experience with as I wanted to get my feet wet and see if I liked camping or not. Also while there was no bear box/food storage, i simply placed my items in a cooler and placed it in my car. No issues whatsoever~

  • This place is amazing and quiet private campground. You must go through hipcamp to reserve. You also need an AWD or 4x4. I had an AWD and easy for dry dusty summer months but if there is rain and mud I would say you need a 4x4. And the option to park at entrance and walk up? Good luck especially if you are used to glamping and with kids. It is bare bones campsite but with amazing fire rings and bbq grills that sit over it. Bring your own water, bring yellow jacket traps, and now they have trash bins but gets over flow quickly. The odd houses are cleaner than most street fair ones. I didn’t find the showed at Bass Lake but did find them at Yosemite Valley which is an easy day drive in and you drive through Tunnel View and past Glacier Point. We had site 3 which had the most shade during the day. You are secluded which is nice.

  • Overpriced. Poorly laid out, bug infested. Much better campsites around.

  • Hard to find.

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