Only half of the sites are reserved so there is a good chance you can get in at last minute. Sites are well spaced and clean. As with any park setting, many sites are not that level. Whether good or bad, cell phone service is available here. Not many services here, but just being here is special. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Access roads were in pretty rough condition for my 34’ motorhome. Camp sites are not well marked and sometimes difficult to define. Campground is very rustic. Be ready to implement more than normal setup for larger rigs. Noted smaller motorhomes were very popular and moved around easier. 80% of motorhomes in parks are rentals this time of year. Be prepared for inexperienced and sometimes aggressive motorhome operators. Campground definitely not large motorhome friendly. While campground environment was average, the Yosemite National Park's awesomeness is truly beyond belief. I will return but possibly staying in a RV facility on edge of park and day tripping into Yosemite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful place to camp. We drove our toad to curry village and the kids went swimming all day. The camp ground was a little rustic but it was what we expected from a national park. We should have entered the park from the rear entrance, the drive from the front was too long. I would return again but maybe next time in a camp site in the valley. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An amazing place!!! The drive, in a 32ft RV,was fine and absolutely stunning. We had never been here before but always wanted to return to Yosemite and visit Toulumne Meadows. It did not disappoint and was even more refreshing after the noisewe encountered at Upper Pines. Tioga Road had only opened 3 weeks prior to our trip and this campground had only opened 2 days before we stayed here. It was beautiful, the stream running along it is stunning and the campground was very peaceful. Toulumne Meadows itself is beautiful and much quieter than the village area of Yosemite, definitely worth a visit. Each evening the Park ranger gives talks at the local campfire and there are even ones for the children. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Amazing location in the high country, with flush toilets! Interior roads are very narrow and bumpy -- most sites are not suitable for big rigs. It was tight for our little 14 foot trailer. No water at the campsites -- you have to carry it to your rig. Fairly good privacy between campsites. Not very level, so bring your jacks and blocks. It gets cold at night in the Fall, but that's a good thing. Staff is generally friendly but not too knowledgeable about which sites are best suited for trailers and RVs. Lots of space available midweek off-season, but the rest of the season they are booked up. Online reservations are a must. The campground generally closes in late September. We will be back, if at all possible. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.