Yosemite National Park delivers breathtaking views 365 days a year, but visiting during fall is a truly enchanting experience. As autumn approaches, Yosemite’s staggering snowcapped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and giant sequoias transform into a kaleidoscope of vibrant fall colors. From the moment of arrival, you’ll find yourself intoxicated by the breathtaking beauty of natural surroundings.
Beginning in September, cool temperatures and dwindling summer crowds create the perfect opportunity to plan a challenging hike or rock-climbing trip complete with scenic overlooks of Yosemite National Park. Burn calories, strengthen your heart, and renew your spirit with stunning views of staggering granite formations, serene valleys, and incredible fall foliage.
There’s much to do when visiting Yosemite National Park during the fall season. Spend the day fishing, cycling, hiking, rock-climbing, bird-watching, taking photos, or simply relax and enjoy the lovely fall foliage.
Campgrounds Near Yosemite National Park
Desire an escape from city crowds?
Looking for a relaxing getaway that isn’t overrun with tourists?
Bass Lake at Yosemite RV Park and Resort is the perfect place to hang your hat this fall. Located only 12 miles from the south entrance to Yosemite National Park, Bass Lake offers RV camping, tent camping sites, and 1-3 bedroom log cabin rentals. On-site amenities include cable, WiFi, swimming pool, shuffleboard, kid’s game room, adult lodge with relaxing fireplace and games, group fire-pit, cafe, and more!