All-Seasons Vacation Homes in the Heart of Yosemite National Park
With its granite cliffs, gushing waterfalls, giant-sequoia groves, and diverse wildlife, Yosemite National Park is like a landscape painting come to life. The park covers approximately 761,000 acres in the wilderness of eastern California. Yosemite Valley stays open year-round, welcoming skiers, snowshoers, and cross-country skiers as soon as snow blankets the valley floor. You can be in the thick of the action at The Redwoods In Yosemite, a collection of well-equipped homes situated in the heart of the park.
Unique vacation homes are fully furnished with linens, cookware, dishes, and barbecue grills. You can take in the scenery from private decks and through large picture windows. Many—such as #59, Albright’s Dream (a silver-level property)—contain wood-burning fireplaces. The four-bedroom #10B, Eagle’s Nest (gold level), comfortably accommodates big families, who can enjoy the wraparound deck and ping-pong table.
Wawona, California: Gateway to Winter Adventure in Yosemite National Park
Just 90 minutes north of Fresno, the unincorporated town of Wawona is situated entirely within Yosemite National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site that welcomes millions of visitors every year. The Wawona area—and much of Yosemite Valley—remains accessible to drivers, hikers, and snowball poachers throughout the winter. Fewer than 20 miles away, the full-service Badger Pass Ski Area features 10 runs, five lifts, and a beginner-friendly terrain park.
Crowds are much smaller in the cooler months than during the summer rush, meaning you can explore the park at an unhurried pace and experience it as few visitors can. During a short span in late February, the Horsetail Fall cascade often glows orange at sunset, flowing down El Capitan like a plume of flaming lava.
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