Yosemite Ridge Resort

(9 Reviews)

7589 State Hwy. 120, Groveland, CA 95321

209-962-6877

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GPS: 37.8153, -120.0627

Yosemite Ridge Resort is located at 7589 State Hwy. 120, Groveland, California 95321 with a total of 15 campsites. Before your trip to Yosemite Ridge Resort, check out website at http://www.yosemiteridge.com/ or contact them through 209-962-6877 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

37.8153, -120.0627

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 37.8153, -120.0627

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities pull thru
Facilities cabins general store laundry propane restaurant restrooms
Pets pets

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Overview of Yosemite Ridge Resort


Last Price Paid: $26

Reported by LoveinTow on 03.14.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

15

Elevation:

3,018 ft / 919 m

Reviews of Yosemite Ridge Resort

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  • Area Guides Avatar LoveinTow
    Good for Yosemite access

    Reviewed 14/3/2022

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    Nightly rate: $26

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 9

    On arrival, which was approximately 1:30 on a Sunday, the office was closed and nobody answered the phone or returned messages. And there were no other RVs in the park. There was a paper posted that says do not set up in a site without checking in first. So we waited and about an hour later a gentlemen came walking into the park with...moreOn arrival, which was approximately 1:30 on a Sunday, the office was closed and nobody answered the phone or returned messages. And there were no other RVs in the park. There was a paper posted that says do not set up in a site without checking in first. So we waited and about an hour later a gentlemen came walking into the park with his dog and asked if we were checking in, if so he could help us. Since we were the only people there we could have our choice of any site. What I had originally booked was elec/water only, we changed to the only full hook up site that we were told could accommodate our size, site 9. It wasn't too bad getting into it but the direction you have to go to get out was very tight and I wouldn't recommend it with an RV like ours. It was dirt/gravel and not super level but not horrible either. The wifi was fantastic but keep in mind we were the only ones there. We didn't use the bathrooms but the laundry room left a little to be desired. Cheap at $1 per wash and $1 per dry but with only 2 of each machine, 1 dryer broken and the other taking an entire hour to mostly dry a load, it wasn't the best we've used but it did the job. As others have mentioned, the place is rundown. The pool was drained and there was a very large tree down on the pool deck, the office never opened the whole time we were there or the restaurant next door but it was about 1 hour from the Yosemite Valley Visitor center or 30 min from the Hetch Hetchy entrance. This could be a much nicer place if the owners invested a little time and effort into it but it did serve it's purpose as a base for visiting the park.

  • Area Guides Avatar Doug
    Shady and close to Big Oak entrance

    Reviewed 2/10/2021

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 3

    We really enjoyed our week in Yosemite and used this as our home base to explore. If you have a big rig or cannot get a spot in the park, this is just outside the entrance. Since the park is big, if you want to explore multiple areas, I would definitely recommend sleeping in one if the park campgrounds.The park was nice - full hook...moreWe really enjoyed our week in Yosemite and used this as our home base to explore. If you have a big rig or cannot get a spot in the park, this is just outside the entrance. Since the park is big, if you want to explore multiple areas, I would definitely recommend sleeping in one if the park campgrounds.The park was nice - full hookups and spots are shaded. The laundry was nice as well, at only a dollar per load (I would suggest using the dryer on the bottom). Also, we had no cell service, but the wifi was good enough to stream Netflix at night.Don't expect a resort though, as the pictures on their website can be deceiving - the pool is closed, the playground is just a swingset, and the place is a bit rundown. The manager was also very helpful with questions and anything we needed. We understood from him that there is a new owner who is going to rebuild the entire park, so things may change.All in all, it's expensive (as is everything in the area), but if you set your expectations and only use the park as a base to explore Yosemite, it's perfectly fine.Also, we were warned of a bear that comes through every night. We left out a decorative pumpkin by our door and sure enough it was eaten with only crumbs left in the morning. Be aware!

  • Area Guides Avatar LeavingLA
    NOT a "resort" - RV park has potential, unfortunately it's rough and in disrepair, but gets the job done

    Reviewed 17/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 8

    For those visiting Yosemite entering from Big Oak Flat entrance from Highway 120 (Groveland), the intent is to provide pros/cons of this RV park with a couple suggestions outside Yosemite.•Stayed at the RV park for 1 week in July 2021 (hot week and during drought) •RV park is a 15 minute drive from Yosemite Big Oak Flat entranc...moreFor those visiting Yosemite entering from Big Oak Flat entrance from Highway 120 (Groveland), the intent is to provide pros/cons of this RV park with a couple suggestions outside Yosemite.•Stayed at the RV park for 1 week in July 2021 (hot week and during drought) •RV park is a 15 minute drive from Yosemite Big Oak Flat entrance•From Big Oak Flat entrance to Yosemite Valley inside park is another 30-45min drive•Spots 8, 9, 15 are the best for large rigs•RV full hookups were good quality and stable•Pool was out of commission, not sure why, it had water in it – drought? The hotel next door has an operating pool, if the RV park pool was in working order it would have enhanced our experience •The “office” is a small window near the gas pumps•The “store” was never open the multiple times we stopped by, no idea why, looking through the glass the shelves were barren – such a disappointment and missed opportunity for RV park to make additional revenue•The laundry room was somewhat functional •I booked this RV park based on website and photos, in reality it is very different - overall it’s rough but does the job, it won’t win any glamour awards – but again does the job needed•No Verizon or AT&T signal from our iphones •WiFi did work for streaming Netflix/Amazon but obviously reduced as the park filled-up •This property has such potential, it’s a shame to see it in disrepair with the need for TLC•Diner which is a quick 5 minute walk has amazing food and people are so nice! •If you enjoy waterfalls and natural pools, you must visit Rainbow Pool (2 miles away from RV park – easy access) and Carlson Falls Trails (near entrance to Yosemite – moderate to challenging 45min hike each way, but worth it)

  • Area Guides Avatar Ancsi
    Close to Yosemite!

    Reviewed 26/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $63

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 15

    We stayed in this campground during spring break (April 5th).It was close Yosemite National Park. Maybe 30 min drive to the entrance.The full hookup sites were full so we stayed at the Bear Loop. We had the whole loop for ourselves fof the entire week. 😄The campground has laundry (for a $1/wash), playground and fire pits for ...moreWe stayed in this campground during spring break (April 5th).It was close Yosemite National Park. Maybe 30 min drive to the entrance.The full hookup sites were full so we stayed at the Bear Loop. We had the whole loop for ourselves fof the entire week. 😄The campground has laundry (for a $1/wash), playground and fire pits for each site. Staff was very nice too!

  • Area Guides Avatar Brown Sign Junkies
    Nice Base Camp for Yosemite

    Reviewed 2/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: B3

    Stayed for 3 days while checking out Yosemite. Was close enough to make day trips doable. Staff was great. Had a site in the bear loop which is a newer addition, no sewer hookups yet in it, though there was a spot to dump on the way out. Access in the campground was not bad, though allow for extra time getting to the campground as the...moreStayed for 3 days while checking out Yosemite. Was close enough to make day trips doable. Staff was great. Had a site in the bear loop which is a newer addition, no sewer hookups yet in it, though there was a spot to dump on the way out. Access in the campground was not bad, though allow for extra time getting to the campground as the roads are very twisty pretty much from any direction. Laundry was cheap at $1 per load, though the driers took a few runs to get loads dry. No AT&T signal on our phones, was able to get enough of a signal on the hotspot with external antenna to stream with. They do have propane on site for cash only, was $3.59 a gallon while we were there. There are gas and diesel pumps on site that take cards. Little bit of traffic noise, but not too bad. Would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar PGEN
    Cute family owned campground

    Reviewed 18/7/2020

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    Site number: #7 pull through

    We stayed here for just a couple nights as a stop over on our travels. Our site #7 was very spacious with a beautiful big tree for shade and lots of grassy area for our toddler and dogs. A short drive away there is some decent local hiking spots and a beautiful waterfall. You can walk a couple minutes to a local restaurant from the cam...moreWe stayed here for just a couple nights as a stop over on our travels. Our site #7 was very spacious with a beautiful big tree for shade and lots of grassy area for our toddler and dogs. A short drive away there is some decent local hiking spots and a beautiful waterfall. You can walk a couple minutes to a local restaurant from the campground. Overall a nice stop through campground. Our site was one of a few good sites, others were not as spacious.

  • Area Guides Avatar cspring
    Great Location Outside Yosemite

    Reviewed 2/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: A1

    Rustic RV park 12 miles outside the Hwy 120 entrance to Yosemite. Location was great. There are 3 sections to the park, the Coyote lot is not great, the B row had the sewer line uphill and the lot is dirt/gravel with no shade and the road to get in is a crazy steep grade. There is no WiFi coverage if that’s important to you. The pool w...moreRustic RV park 12 miles outside the Hwy 120 entrance to Yosemite. Location was great. There are 3 sections to the park, the Coyote lot is not great, the B row had the sewer line uphill and the lot is dirt/gravel with no shade and the road to get in is a crazy steep grade. There is no WiFi coverage if that’s important to you. The pool was closed for repairs. Lower spaces are really nice and premium spots are shaded and have a nice yard area. The managers are the nicest people you will ever meet, there is on-site gas and a little general store.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sue's Moving Road Blog
    It was just OK. Functional for what I needed.

    Reviewed 15/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    I am new to the RV world. So maybe my expectations are set too high. I don't understand why anyone would invest big bucks into a full size swimming pool but leave the bathrooms a dump. The showers and toilets were gross. I don't have a shower or toilet in my teardrop. So it's important to me what condition they are in. The manager...moreI am new to the RV world. So maybe my expectations are set too high. I don't understand why anyone would invest big bucks into a full size swimming pool but leave the bathrooms a dump. The showers and toilets were gross. I don't have a shower or toilet in my teardrop. So it's important to me what condition they are in. The managers were nice enough. The little store was OK even though they ran out of ice and had no idea when they were getting more. I don't have a refrigerator. Just a cooler. So therefore had to drive 15 minutes to get ice in Groveland the nearest town. There are gas pumps too but again they had run out. My site was in the front close to the road but I felt safe and noise level wasn't too bad. The reason I choose to stay there was the location to Yosemite. No other reason.

  • Area Guides Avatar Currently Wandering
    Great spot outside of Yosemite National Park.

    Reviewed 13/12/2014

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 13

    We wanted to be close to Yosemite National Park for a day visit, but still be able to get signal to work and be close to church in Groveland for the weekend. This spot did the trick! In the off season it was super laid back, roomy, and the owners were pleasant enough. We enjoyed a jaunt up the hill one evening, and the kids had fun on ...moreWe wanted to be close to Yosemite National Park for a day visit, but still be able to get signal to work and be close to church in Groveland for the weekend. This spot did the trick! In the off season it was super laid back, roomy, and the owners were pleasant enough. We enjoyed a jaunt up the hill one evening, and the kids had fun on their little playground. It was about an hour into the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center from here.We were able to boost in 3 bars of 3G Verizon with an antenna.

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Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 03/14/2022

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 12/02/2020

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