Secluded California Glamping in Cathey's Valley near Yosemite National ParkCalifornia, California (United States of America)
Secluded California Glamping in Cathey's Valley near Yosemite National Park
Safari Tent | Yosemite Mariposa County
Secluded campsite in Catheys Valley, California. Only 10 miles away from Mariposa and 50 from Yosemite.
Things to Do in Yosemite
You'll never hear anyone visiting Yosemite Mariposa County say, there's nothing to do today. In fact, there's such an abundance of things to do in Yosemite that we've compiled many of them in this handy guide to events, activities, and more. From Yosemite fishing, hiking, gold panning, arts & culture to spas, shopping, and more, this is your guide to the best things to do in Yosemite National Park and surrounding areas. And it doesn't matter whether you visit us in Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall. In Yosemite, there's always the perfect activity for every type of visitor. Here's a sampling of some things to do in Yosemite on your vacation:
Join us in July for the annual Yosemite Music Festival, a Sierra foothills tradition featuring a laid-back, family-friendly musical journey with an eclectic mix of musicians playing blues, rock, soul, Cajun and more. While you're there, venture off on a side trip to Yosemite National Park or other Yosemite Mariposa County destinations. And don't forget to book a room so you'll have a place to recharge every night of your trip.
Planning to visit in autumn? Check out Sierra Art Trails in late September and early October. Its an art-focused juried exhibit spread throughout homes, studios, galleries and businesses in more than a dozen communities in Yosemite Mariposa County and Eastern Madera County. The event continues to grow each year. Come join us!
Maybe gold panning is more your style. If so, we've got you covered. Or get away from it all spending the day hiking, on a biking excursion or sit back and enjoy a guided tour with professional Yosemite tour guides. Whatever you choose, it'll be a trip you'll never forget.
Parking is 15ft from the campsite
Two Lone Mountain hideaway only an Hour and 15 from Yosemite National Park. Our campsites are off-the-grid which means they generally do not have access to electricity, wifi, or modern plumbing. Instead, they offer the chance to relax, unplug, and fully experience nature!
Your campsite includes a 10'x12' (120 square feet) safari-style canvas tent on a raised wooden platform. Inside the tent, you'll find one queen bed or a queen-size bunk bed (see photos for the exact setup). The tent is big enough for the bed plus one or two extra sleeping bags on the floor. Aside from the canvas tent, campers can also use the extra 5-person pop-up dome tent that’s provided. You'll also have a 6-ft picnic table, outdoor fire pit, 2 Adirondack chairs, and a heating source to keep you warm and toasty at night.
Max Occupancy: This refers to the total number of campers allowed onsite with your reservation.
Toilets: Every campsite is equipped with a camp toilet (we call it the Loo). This is a simple wooden box with a toilet seat and a bucket inside. To use, line the bucket with a CleanWaste Sani-Bag supplied at the camp prior to use. Afterward, simply tie the bag up and place it in a trash bag. CleanWaste Sani-Bags use a NASA-developed gelling/deodorizing agent that helps prevent spills and keeps everyone safe and clean.
Showers: Every campsite comes with a Coleman Sun Shower. The sun shower has a reservoir that holds up to 5 gallons of water, potentially enough for multiple showers. It's constructed of heat-locking material that warms the water when it's left in the sun, even on cool days.
What you should bring:
-S'mores supplies & any food you'd like to eat
-A cooler to keep your grub from spoiling
-Bedding and pillows
-Firewood for the campfire
Interaction with Guests:
Upon check out, you should leave-no-trace of your stay and be sure your campsite is returned to its natural glory! While we do not charge a cleaning fee, we do expect campsites to be left how they were found. After you check out, take everything you brought in, and be sure to leave your trash at the designated location on the property.
If your host finds evidence of trash or damage to the campsite or the property, you may be charged a minimum cleaning fee of $50. Just make sure to follow the Camper Manual posted at your campsite and you'll be set!
Other Things to Note:
Leave no trace
Parking is 15ft from the campsite
- 1 Double bed
- Hot water
- Fire pit
- Picnic area
- Toilet paper
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Check-in: 03:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
No Pets allowed
Open fires allowed
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
California, California (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Prairie, meadow or plain