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The park's major sites can be viewed by automobile. Some trails and facilities are wheelchair accessible (ask at any visitor center or entrance station for more information. The free Yosemite Valley shuttle system provides convenient access around eastern Yosemite Valley all year. The bus stops at or near all overnight accommodations, stores, and major vistas in eastern Yosemite Valley. Visitors are strongly encouraged to use the shuttle bus instead of driving around eastern Yosemite Valley.

The free Wawona-Mariposa Grove shuttle bus shuttles passengers between Wawona and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias spring through fall. The bus picks up and drops off passengers at the Wawona Store, South Entrance, and at the Mariposa Grove Gift Shop. The Mariposa Grove Road closes several times each day from spring through fall when the parking lot becomes full. Visitors arriving on the shuttle bus are guaranteed access into the Mariposa Grove even when the parking lot is full. Buses leave approximately every 20 to 30 minutes.

Type: Car/Motor Home

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  • Updated Dec 12, 2002
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