Bridalveil Creek Campground is located on the road to Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park, California.
This campground has 110 individual campsites along with a horse camp and group camp area.
Bridalveil Creek Campground
Bridalveil Creek Campground will be closed in 2022 for rehabilitation. A major project is underway to rehabilitate the water system at Bridalveil Creek Campground. As a result, the campground will be closed until 2023.
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Season: approximately July through early September
Number of Sites: 110 with space for RVs up to 35 feet and trailers up to 24 feet, 2 group sites, 3 horse sites
Location in the park: Off the Glacier Point Road, about 8 miles east of its intersection of the Wawona Road (Highway 41), and about 45 minutes south of Yosemite Valley or 45 minutes north of Wawona
Campsite Cost: $18/night for loops A, B, and C
Group Camp - $50
Horse Sites - $30
Reservations: Loops A, B, and C: No reservations are available; the campground operates on a first-come, first-served basis.
Group sites: Required and available online up to five months in advance from approximately July through early September.
Horse sites: Reservations are required up to five months in advance and available only by calling 877/444-6777 from approximately July through early September.
- 37° 39' 43.9999" N
- 119° 37' 10.9999" W
Elevation: 7,200 ft (2,200 m)
Accessible Sites: There are no designated accessible campsites at this campground.
Pets Allowed: Pets are allowed but they must be on a leash less than 6 feet long.
Pets are not allowed inside park buildings or on specific trails.
Pets are not allowed in group and horse sites
Are campground Reservations Available?
Horse sites available by phone reservation only by calling 877-444-6777; online reservations are not accepted for horse sites
Group sites - Required and available online up to five months in advance from approximately July through early September.
Flush Toilets: No flush toilets during the 2019 season. There are outhouses and handwashing stations in each loop
Potable Water? No, Creek water may be available for boiling or filtering, but campers should be advised to bring their own water. The Glacier Point gift shop is planning to stock extra water.
You may want to bring one of these Foldable Water Storage Jugs with you. They are easy to transport in the car and fill with water before you reach the campground.
Is wifi available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? No
Is camp host available on site? Yes
Is firewood available for purchase? Not in the campground. You can buy firewood in Oakhurst at the grocery store or at the Yosemite Valley Grocery Store or Wawona store in the park.
Amenities at each campsite:
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? Yes,
You are required to store food properly in order to protect Yosemite's bears. Bear storage lockers are provided in all campsites 35"(D)x43"(W)x28"(H)
RV Camping at Bridalveil Creek Campground
RV Length: RVs up to 35 feet and trailers up to 24 feet
Dump Station: No, but available summer only (on Forest Drive east of the Pioneer Gift & Grocery, formerly Wawona Store) and all year in Yosemite Valley (in Upper Pines Campground)
Hookups: No, There are no electric, water, or sewer hook-ups at this facility
How to get to Bridalveil Creek Campground
Bridalveil Creek Campground is located off of the road to Glacier Point.
The maximum number of people in a campsite: A maximum of six people (including children) are allowed per campsite. There is no limit on the number of tents (as long as they all fit into the campsite).
The number of cars per campsite: Two motorized vehicles per campsite. A valid campground car pass must be displayed.
Checkout time: 12 noon
Quiet Hours: Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 6 am
Maximum Stay: 7-day maximum stay limit.
You must have a horse with you to camp in horse sites, no exceptions
Bridalveil Creek Campground Map
Photos of Bridalveil Creek Campground
Check out all of the Yosemite Camping options! There are 13 campgrounds in Yosemite National Park. Four of the campgrounds are in Yosemite Valley, five of them are along the Tioga Pass and Tuolumne Meadows which are open seasonally, the rest are found along Highways 120 and 140.
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