Groveland is Convenient to Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park offers several outdoor adventures for visitors staying in the nearby Groveland area. The park is home to waterfalls, rock formations, and giant sequoias, providing the best nature can offer in the park. Visitors to Groveland can experience the lasting impressions the Yosemite Park offers through the several natural wonders once captured by world-renowned photographer, Ansel Adams. The views provide access by car and bus making even disabled tourists to the area able to see the natural wonders.

Yosemite Valley
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
(209) 372-0200
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The Yosemite Valley, located in Yosemite National Park, offers the most spectacular views. Visitors staying in a nearby Groveland Bed and Breakfast can experience domes, gables, waterfalls, and other exciting views of natural wonders. The valley's access can provide all people the chance to experience the outdoors. The valley offers nearby nature centers and museums to learn more about the geology and wildlife within the park. Many visitors enjoy the photography scenes that provide an excellent chance for nature photographers.

Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
(209) 372-0200
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The Mariposa Grove holds some of the largest living things on Earth, according to the National Park Service. The sequoias provide visitors staying at a nearby Groveland Inn the chance to see tree species that exceed over 3000 years, according to the National Park Service. The Mariposa Grove offers hikes around the sequoias and a tram tour. The road offers access to disabled individuals through the tram tour.

Glacier Point
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
(209) 372-0200
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Glacier Point provides an exciting view of the Yosemite Valley, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, and the high country, according to the US National Forest. The overlook provides over 3000 feet that is accessible by car. The path offers accessibility from May through October. Hiking also provides outdoor enthusiasts the ability to travel along the Four Mile Trail and up the 3200 feet to the Point. During the winter months along the point, skiing is available through the Badger Pass. The cross-country skiing offers over 10 miles up to Glacier Point.

Vernal Fall
Begins at Happy Isles
(Shuttle Stop # 16)
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
(209) 372-0200
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The Yosemite National Park offers plenty of waterfall viewing and hiking opportunities for visitors staying in the nearby Groveland area. The Vernal Fall flows all year and can be seen from hiking and Glacier Point. The hiking trail offers strenuous exercise for hikers to view the falls with an elevation of up to 1000 feet while journeying along the Mist Trail. The trail goes along the top of the Vernal Falls.

Half Dome
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389
(209) 372-0200
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Visitors to the Yosemite National Park must see the most famous dome within Yosemite. The dome rises almost 5000 feet from the Valley, according to the US National Forest Service. The dome offers hikes along with a pass from Friday through Sunday. The dome view is located throughout the Yosemite Valley, making it accessible by car along the roads nearby.