Upper Pines
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Upper Pines
At when staying at Yosemite National Park, visitors can choose amenities that are basic, fancy — or somewhere in between. An example of basic is Yosemite’s Upper Pines, Lower Pines and North Pines campgrounds, which lie near the Merced River and offer views of the valley’s granite walls. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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Yosemite Valley has 427 canvas tent cabins, most of them priced at $74 nightly. They have no TVs or telephones. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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A family moves their tent down the path from one spot to another in the North Pines campground. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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A camper sets up housekeeping among the trees in Yosemite Valley. The park and surrounding areas offer more than 400 campsites. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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The hotel of choice for more luxury in Yosemite National Park is the Ahwahnee. Outside of the dining room, guests can sit and enjoy mountain views from the patio. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
Ahwahnee Hotel’s Great Lounge
In Yosemite National Park, the Ahwahnee Hotel’s Great Lounge, built in 1927, includes a stone fireplace. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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In the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park, a standard room will fetch $426 per night. Rooms with views cost more. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
The Wawona Hotel
The Wawona Hotel, which dates back to the 19th century, includes a putting green and a nine-hole golf course. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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Yosemite National Park visitors can rent bicycles built for two and single bikes in Curry Village. Bike paths are paved. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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A carved wood bear greets guests at the Cedar Lodge in El Portal, eight miles from Yosemite’s southwest boundary. (Chris Reynolds / LAT)
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