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Old 09-04-2018, 11:05 PM   #1
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Yosemite in the winter. RV park suggestions?

Hello,

Any suggestions on RV parks outside of Yosemite which would avoid snow in the winter? We have a 32' RV with a 4x4 toad. Don't mind driving 1-1.5 hours in the toad. We just don't want to deal with SNOW or chains.

Saw that there was a Thousand Trails in Groveland but it may get a little snow. Also saw another called Indian Flat but it didn't look like the nicest of parks.

Any suggestions?
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The Thousand Trails in Groveland, CA is Yosemite Lakes 31191 Hardin Flat Rd. Groveland, CA 95321 877.570.2267 We camp there often. The altitude is around 3,00 feet, so the chances of heavy snow is not great. They get not much more than a foot per year. If you are a Thousand Trails members, there are many optional camps to keep from getting snowed on.
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the escapee's have a wonderful park in coarsegold. park sierra Park of the Sierras, Home Page
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