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Yosemite Pines RV Resort Responds to Increased Tourism Demand with Addition of New Cozy Cabins Featured

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Yosemite Pines RV and Family Lodging has become so popular for lodging outside the gates of Yosemite National Park that the resort has added more of its Yosemite Cozy Cabins to the property located in Groveland, a beautiful 30-minute drive to the park gate. The Cozy Cabins are priced right for a getaway for two, with a king size bed and a full bath, countertop refrigerator, microwave, and cable television. Other cabin types include the Luxury, Premium Loft and Premium that sleep 4-8 people and have full kitchens. The Standard cabins sleep four and have refrigerators and microwave.

The many on-site amenities and activities are the highlight of a stay for every season at Yosemite Pines RV.  After a day at Yosemite National Park, that can often be crowded with people and cars, visitors to Yosemite Pines enjoy a cooling swim in the large pool, a rousing game of sand volleyball, horseshoes and a test of strength and skill on the fitness trail exercise stations. Children love the petting zoo, tetherball and large playground with climbing structures.

Yosemite Pines accommodates large groups by combining the lodging options of Cabins and RV and Tent Sites.

The on-site deli serves all day and the convenience store is well stocked with snacks and kitchen and camping supplies plus souvenirs. The map located at  shows the location of all of the sites and the variety of amenities.

Many people stay at Yosemite Pines RV because they enjoy not only Yosemite National Park, but also the many activities of the nearby Gold Rush Towns such as Columbia, Sonora, Groveland and Jamestown. Recreational attractions include Golf at Pine Mountain Country Club, River Rafting on the Tuolumne River, Horseback Riding at Pine Mountain Lake Stables and Fishing at Fisherman’s Cove. Winter Season brings ice-skating at Half Dome, Skiing at Badger Pass and sledding at the many snow parks.

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