You’ll need to make reservations to visit Yosemite National Park. A new reservation system will go into effect May 20th during peak hours. The goal is to help spread visitors throughout the park to avoid overcrowding in popular areas and encourage visitors during non-peak hours. Between 6am and 4pm you will need to have an entrance reservation, even if you have a hotel room reserved within the park or one for visiting half dome. The entrance fee remains the same at $35 per vehicle. The reservation system will only be effective during the months of May through September. If you are planning your trip you can find more information at nps.gov
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