Visiting Yosemite in the Spring is a huge treat. It’s the ideal season for waterfalls, warmer weather, plentiful rivers and creeks, blooming flowers, reopened trails and roads, smaller crowds and inexpensive lodging. You’ll soon realize it’s pretty on, for being off-season.
Did you know that three of the world’s tallest waterfalls are located inside Yosemite National Park? Yeah, we make all of the lists.
Waterfalls and cascades are at their peak volume and power during the Spring season, thanks to the snow-melt. Can your camera lens handle the full 2,400 ft of Yosemite Falls? While you try to take that perfect shot, make sure to bring water resistant/proof gear, as there will most likely be moisture in the air. A few great waterfall hikes include Chilnualna Falls, Bridalveil Falls, Nevada Falls, Upper Yosemite Falls and The Mist Trail (Vernal Falls). Don’t forget the seasonal Staircase and Ribbon Falls!
The waterfalls in April and May are just stunning! Witness the amazing flow through the iconic waterfalls in Yosemite! Stay in one of our fully equipped cozy cabins or spacious vacation homes, INSIDE the park, during the months of April and May (excluding holiday periods), receive a *15% discount on every night that you stay or have your 7th night FREE and admire the majesty of Nevada & Vernal Falls, Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite Falls, Chilnualna Falls and many more of the known and unknown waterfalls of the park!
Call 855-420-9427 to book your Spring Special today.
*Offer is not valid on existing reservations or with any other discount. Offer is valid for arrivals between April 1st and May 23, 2019. Offer expires May 20, 2019. Not valid during holiday periods. Please check our seasonal calendar for holiday periods here.
*We advise to book early for best availability and cabin selection. Space is limited. Two night minimum required.
*The lowest nightly rate will be discounted.
*Activities are weather permitting. Don’t forget to check road and weather conditions before you travel by calling 209-372-0200
For a list of services and information on what is open or closed in the Yosemite National Park please visit this page.