As our Yosemite explorations continued, we decided to head towards the National Park’s south entrance and camp at Yosemite RV Resort in Coarsegold, California.
Here’s the Breakdown:
Location: Coarsegold, California
GPS: 41.8664, -124.1401
Date / Temp: We spent four days during mid-November at Yosemite RV Resort and the weather was amazing throughout our entire stay. The daytime highs were in the 60s with lows in the upper 30s.
Amenities: Our site was private, level, and equipped with full hookups. This is a newly renovated, full-service resort with an awesome pool facility, brand new fire pits, and some of the finest bathrooms we’ve seen!
Wifi / Cell: The park offers free wifi that easily reached our site. However, we used our T-Mobile hotspot because the speeds were blazing (10MB up and 18 MB down).
Noise: The sites at Yosemite RV Resort are spacious and semi-private; excessive noise was never an issue. Every camper and staff member we met was kind and respectful.
Grocery / Errands: Errands are easy to complete; the town of Coarsegold offers all the basics, and if you need something more, Oakhurst (8 miles) offers a larger shopping variety. If neither of those towns has what you need, your bound to find it in Fresno (35 miles).
Dog Friendly: The park is dog friendly and offers lots of space for walking. We saw a few dogs during our stay – all were leashed and well behaved.
Entertainment: The main entertainment at Yosemite RV Resort in Yosemite National Park, but we also found some great hiking trails nearby and awesome antique shopping just down the road. One day we took a trip into Fresno and had our first Ethiopian dining experience – it tasted great and was a cool learning experience.
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