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This is a park and right parking lot near Yosemite. We did not want to spend 50$ per night for a tent site on the KOA nearby and found this place. There are no signs that overnight parking is prohibited and we had a really calm night. There are rest area style flush toilets. Nothing to stay for a few days but just right if you're on your way to or out Yosemite.
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Very good spot, quiet, clean restrooms and the wifi works perfect! 🌲Report Check-In
Place was as described. No wifi but had 3 bars Verizon. We were in a rooftop tent and the highway noise was buffered satisfactorily by trees. We were exiting the park and this place was much better than those spots closer to the park, which were all quite side-of-the road. Busses running infrequently in morning in September, wasn't a noise issue for us.Report Check-In
Nous avons passé la nuit ici. aucun problème à signaler. Toilettes vraiment propres. Passage du premier bus vers 6h du matin mais nous l'avons à peine entendu. Nous étions les seuls sur places. jeux pour enfants, poubelle, 1 table de picnic et 1 BBQ. idéal pour une nuit en route vers Yosemite.Report Check-In
Parking spot for the park and ride to Yosemite Valley. The toilets are really clean. Good to continue your route to the valley.Report Check-In
Great place for the night. We were three cars during the night. Toilets work and very good wifi signalReport Check-In
Perfect for a night, as described however both toilets are out of order at the moment. Wifi is a bonus! ☺️Report Check-In
As described, very convinient and no issues.
Not ideal for big rigs which are longer than 20 ft or 6 metres as there are only 14 normal parking spaces available and otherwise there are not many spaces left for the people who do park and ride in the morning.
Today there was an idiot who parked his fifth wheel and pickup on one side of the parking space and blocked all 7 spaces...just stupid and it is a matter of time until overnight camping is no longer allowed !
Big paved parking lot 40 mins from the entrance of Yosemite. Toilets available with picnic table and free WiFi from the company next door. It is also bus stop so busses will come by occasionally. Had no problems at all staying here 2 nights for free sleeping in the carReport Check-In
Right off highway 140 going toward Yosemite, this big paved parking lot does the trick! And on top of that, one covered picnic table, a small play area, and new clean washrooms. Very easy to find.Report Check-In
This place was great! Highly recommended for an overnight. Great bathrooms and the WiFi was a blessing (no AT&T coverage). Keep this one nice, please!Report Check-In
As described in previous entries. Rest stop style bathrooms with running water. There were a few parking spaces, one van already there when I pulled in around 10pm. No issues throughout the night. When I left around 6am there were cars starting to pull in presumably to catch the bus. No t-mobile service but there is free wifi.Report Check-In
Slept a night here in my way to Yosemite. Probably the nicest of the 3 spots I slept in the area. Flat, well-lit, and clean bathrooms open all night. Picnic structure with tables + a playground. Even though I only got one bar of Verizon LTE, I was able to have a 1-hour video call with a friend!Report Check-In
Nice spot for sleep, very quiet. There is a picnic table, a barbecue, toilet and Wifi for free. Very useful. Buses start here a 6:03am but we didn’t heard them.Report Check-In
Great spot on the way to Yosemite! We had Verizon 4G. There are bathrooms and a garbage can. There’s a playground. A few buses passed through. The town of Mariposa about 10 min south is a good place to pick up any supplies or refill on fuel.Report Check-In
It's called Midpines County Park on Google Maps. The lights are pretty bright overnight and the buses start rolling thru as early as 6 (maybe earlier) but we stayed here 2 nights with 2 other camper vans and had no problems. Bathrooms were immaculate.Report Check-In
We stayed overnight on our way into Yosemite. Well lit and quiet. The bus comes at 6:30am but leaves within a 10 minutes or so. Stayed one night.Report Check-In
Parked here for a night with an RV, no one else in the lot & nice bathrooms open all night! Also a little play ground & dumpsterReport Check-In
2 night here with no problem. Clean restroom and quiet.Report Check-In
We spent one night there. Very quiet parking spot with toilets and running water.Report Check-In
Stationnement pour les tours d’autobus avec toilette et lavaboReport Check-In
Good place before visiting Yosemite. Toilets open all night, quiet until 6am.Report Check-In
Felt nice and safe here. Very quiet, only noises are when people arrive to catch the YARTS bus. Toilets are clean, and tap even has got water. Stayed here 2 nights in a row, no problems.Report Check-In
reasonable place for overnight. may not be suited for big rig.Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 37.54653, -119.92014Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 37.54654, -119.92014Report Check-In
As described. Local park, and also access to local fire station.Report Check-In
It’s a quiet parking at mess than one hour to Yosemite. We stay 3 nights . There is a BBQ and picnic table.
Buses to Yosemite begin at 5am.
It’s not a beautiful place but it’s usefull.
This is a park and right parking lot near Yosemite. We did not want to spend 50$ per night for a tent site on the KOA nearby and found this place. There are no signs that overnight parking is prohibited and we had a really calm night. There are rest area style flush toilets. Nothing to stay for a few days but just right if you're on your way to or out Yosemite.Report Check-In