Yosemite National Park to Reopen With New Reservation System

Yosemite National Park plans to reopen all main attractions to visitors on June 11 with a reservation system in place to ensure social distancing.

The system will be temporary and will provide 1,700 vehicle passes each day.

Visitors will have to show proof of their passes at the entrance gate and the passes can be used for seven days.

Overnight camping will also be allowed again in Yosemite Valley, but while some food and drinks will be available, other services that used to be there may no longer be offered because of the pandemic.

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