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Yosemite National Park Road

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May 17, 2018
If you're feeling like an adventurous day trip, it is possible to do one day trip to the Yosemite National Parks!! Each one way is about 4hrs non-stop. Otherwise you can camp here or choose one of the glamping options that the park has to offer. Each vehicle is charged $35 for one entry or $85 for…
Wendy & Kevin
Wendy & Kevin
May 13, 2018
Awesome for camping or full day trip
October 11, 2017
Because it's Yosemite! Stunning scenery
July 25, 2017
One of the 7 great wonders in the world!
May 28, 2017
There is nothing like it in the world!

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“Beautiful hotel with wonderful things to do like Ice Skating during the holidays. Fun place to be during Christmas.”
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“This used to be Mary’s diner over 30 years ago, the hot chocolate mug still stands over the restaurant. Good food and copies everything made to order, there’s usually a line waiting to order, But it’s worth every minute. 30 nights throughout the summer café Boston has live music starting at 8 PM always a great crowd and lots of fun. ”
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“Fun park for kids, also a skate/bike park. There is also a summer concert series.”
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“Now in its sixth generation of family ownership, Priest Station has a long and interesting history. Originally a miner’s supply store, it was purchased by Margaret & Alexander Kirkwood in 1853. A few years later, Alexander passed away and left Margaret a young widow. She received 36 marriage proposals and chose Wm. Priest, Yosemite’s first Park Commissioner and an engineer responsible for the Big Oak Flat Road (now Hwy 120) as well as Tioga Pass. Under the Priests’ ownership the property became a stagecoach stop and 22 building hotel complex known for its hospitality, accommodations and table. In 1926, a fire destroyed everything except the well, which still stands today and is the only structure remaining from the 1800s. A few years after the 1926 fire, a new house was built for the next generation of family owners, gradually adding four cabins in the 1940s. This house stood near the roadside and had a front parlor where the public could be served. Cabins, 1940s In 1969 the property was sold and run by various non-family owners who made changes to the property, including the conversion of one cabin into a restaurant after the 1920s front house burned down in the 1980s. Priest Station was re-acquired in 2007 by the Anker Family, the 4th, 5th and 6th generation descendants of the original Priest Family founders. After undergoing complete renovations, Priest Station Cafe opened in August 2009.”
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Yosemite Valley, CA 95389