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You Can Bike Around the Property

The property is bigger than what you might expect, and AutoCamp provides complimentary bikes to cruise around on.

I Spent the Weekend at AutoCamp Yosemite, and Camping Will Never Be the Same

My fiancé and I are both originally from New Mexico (we now live in California), and since we loving camping, I decided to surprise him for his birthday with a recent trip to AutoCamp Yosemite. We had no idea what we were in for, as this wasn't traditional camping - it was more like "glamping" - and now I don't think I can ever go back. Nestled in the Midpines, you'll find AutoCamp Yosemite full of custom airstreams, modern cabins, and luxury tents. Each one is uniquely different and they range in price from $199 to $399 per night, and all offer a special experience. You'll also find spa-inspired bathrooms, kitchens, private patios, and campfires at all sites that are thoughtfully designed.

To say that AutoCamp Yosemite completely exceeded our expectations would be an understatement. Aside from its prime location near Yosemite, we were also able to stay in a charming airstream and not have to worry the typical camping tasks. There are so many outdoor activities to choose from while you're there, but if hiking isn't your forte, you can still have a blast. Just pack some cozy clothes, a book, and relax in the memory foam mattress and comfy robe that's provided for you. Also included? All the cutlery, cast iron skillets, and grilling utensils you'll need to make the best meals.

If you've been toying with the idea of staying at AutoCamp Yosemite or are just hearing about it for the first time, keep reading for 14 reasons it's absolutely worth a trip.


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