Day-use reservations will again be required for Yosemite National Park visitors. Beginning May 21, guests will need a reservation to enter the world-renowned park.
This time, though, the passes will be different.
More permits will be issued, more campgrounds will be open and more hospitality lodging will be available for those making the trip to Yosemite.
“The good news is, really last year’s ceiling is this year’s floor,” Cicely Muldoon, superintendent of Yosemite National Park, said o...
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