Le camping en lui meme , il n’y a pas grand chose a dire, il est classique: des tentes sans électricité, des sanitaires communs... Mais il y a plusieurs choses inacceptables: Les matelas des lits de camp sont nuls et le prix est exorbitant: la nuit a 4 dans une tente est à $190 !!! Le repas standard au resto est a 35$. Et pour couronner le tout , à 2 reprises ils se sont trompés de 50$ sur les factures. Un mauvais souvenir de ce camping ou nous avons echoué apres avoir ete evacue a cause d’un incendie.
If I still had a young family, or a great date,,, I would Definitely try to tent lodge or camp here, with the, sssh, famous nearby lush flower meadows to horse ride thru. Well shaded and very popular, with those who explore every bit of Wonderful Toga Road! Sssh.
White Wolf campground is a little more basic than the larger ones down in Yosemite Valley (no lights in the toilets/no electricity and further removed from the shops/ facilities in Yosemite Village) but it is a beautiful setting. Its 'turn up on the day' so it is best to get there early to get a spot (between 09:30 and 10:30 seemed to be best- allowing time for people to move on but before all the spots get bagged). The lack of artificial lighting means that the stars are incredibly clear at night, we could see the milky way stretched out over our heads! Nearby is Lukens Lake, which is a 1.5 mile hike from Tioga road, and is one of the most beautiful spots that we found whilst in Yosemite.
Real camping - running water, bear boxes, no electricity means the stars at night are FANTASTIC. Yosemite is one of the most amazing places on earth and White Wolf campground is a neat way to experience it away from the crowds down in the valley.
Pros: running drinkable water at each of the three bathrooms. Flush toilets at each of the three bathrooms. Most of the campsites are decent sized and private. A few are close together (8,9,10 for example), but those are great for friends and/or family that wish to camp close to each other. During the high season, there is a ranger led campfire program or nature walk almost everyday. Located approximately halfway between Yosemite Valley and Tuolumne Meadows. Onsite campground host 7 days a week; works 5 days a week. Backpacker's campground set aside specifically for backpackers with a wilderness permit. Several hiking trails start at the campground. Two lakes close by campground. Creek/river on three sides of campground. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring, and bear box. Small store/restaurant nearby. Can stay up to 14 continuous days. Free RV dump stations... located at Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite Valley, and Wawona. Cons: rutted road. No sites with electricity, water, or sewer hooks available at campground. Gets very cold at night.…