Yosemite park activities often combine the scenic views of the region with the outdoor adventure of the nearby Sierra Nevada Mountains. People who stay at a Fish Camp bed and breakfast will often find that most Yosemite park activities are no more than a few minutes away from Fish Camp. Although Fish Camp is a small and rustic town, many people like to get away from the restaurants and buildings and spend their days hiking, fishing and camping. Below are three Yosemite park activities that are located right near Fish Camp.
7730 Laurel Way
Fish Camp, CA 93623
Toll Free (866) 488-6877
Model T-Tours offer travelers the unique opportunity to drive in and around Yosemite Park. Because Fish Camp is located right on the 41, it is quite easy for visitors to rent a Model T for the day and drive up and down the freeway, admiring the region's beautiful forests and mountains. Although some people will opt to rent a Model T for a day, five- and six-day tours of the region are offered to travelers who are looking to extend both their stay and their adventure. In addition to a better daily rate, the longer tours will allow you to get a better sense of the region and the natives who continue to live and thrive in the region. The Model T-Tours website allows you to choose the specific type and year of the Model T you can drive in.
Yosemite National Park, CA
(209) 372- 8444
Badger Pass is one of the top downhill skiing and snowboarding destinations in Yosemite National Park. Although the slopes on Badger Pass pale in comparison to Mammoth and Lake Tahoe, Badger Pass is an excellent place for novice and recreational skiers. If you are planning on visiting the region numerous times throughout the year, it is possible to purchase a Badger Pass annual pass. In addition, Badger Pass has its very own ski school for children and adults looking to work on their form. Badger Pass is quite close to Fish Camp and offers up alternatives to skiing and snowboarding such as snow tubing and snowshoeing.
Fish Camp Waterfalls
Center: 37° 28' 54.01" N 119° 38' 15.79" W
Fish Camp, CA
Fish Camp Waterfalls are among the most popular destinations in Yosemite Park. Because Fish Camp is located right on the southern portion of Yosemite National Park, travelers who stay at a Fish Camp Inn will have easy access to the falls and other hiking trails in the region. The Fish Camp Waterfalls can be accessed by novice hiking trails that offer little to no elevation change. Although the region is already 5,400 feet above sea level, travelers find that the hike to the Fish Camp Waterfalls is both easy and scenic. The Fish Camp Waterfalls are interspersed with trees found in the Sierra National Forest. Although most people choose to hike during the day, it is recommended that you leave the falls before sundown.