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Hodgdon Meadow Campground
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Reviewed July 6, 2011

We reserved a site that said it was appropriate for an RV. We were on a SEVERE slant. I mean so severe that we had to hold on to our countertop & table to walk in the RV. When we saw how bad it was I walked back to the ranger check-in station at the campground entrance. I asked the ranger if they had any cancellations because our RV was on a severe slant. He said "Let me guess, it's site #35?" He was right on. He said that everyone that rents that site complains and that there was nothing he could do about it. He showed no empathy & cold heartedly handed me a piece a paper and said we could lodge a complaint if we wanted to. Lovely, like that would do any good.

My husband tried taking a shower in the RV. We placed a towel under the bathroom door but we were so sloped that the towel barely helped and water ran the whole way from the bathroom down to the drivers seat! On the bright side my kids did have fun having slide races on their butts in the RV and sitting at opposite ends rolling water bottles to each other!

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank blue2ribbon
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Reviewed June 28, 2011

We stayed in campsite #4. Then we had paid and were supposed to stay in campsite #98 for two nights. This site had no place to pitch a tent. Everything was at a 40 degree slope. There are two bathroom buildings (2 stalls each for men) for the whole campsite. There was duct tape holding one toilet seat together with a wooden lid covering the toilet tank. The bathrooms were covered in filth from not being cleaned! We had just come in from camping at Kings Canyon where things were maintained. The only water at the site was at the bathroom. The gate keeper made everyone in the vehicle (Made for a very slow entrance, some over an hour) read the bear warning because they were handing out fines to people who weren't within arms reach of their food at all times. This was a trip we had planned for over a year. We didn't stay in campsite #98 as we couldn't see sleeping on a slope like that! There were others there who felt the same way. Campsites are very, very small. People were under a lot of stress from living so close. If this is what the future of camping in Yosemite is going to be like we will never return. I camped in the Valley many, many, but this was the worst!

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank MarkPeveler
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Reviewed December 5, 2010

The staff were very helpful, felt safe, was a great atmosphere and excitment on the campground. Everyone around us were friendly. We were lucky enough to have an RV site at the top of the campground where it was a little quieter and away from the larger groups. Bathrooms are not much to rave about...but who cares...your in Yosemite!!!

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled with friends
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2  Thank surfchick106
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Reviewed September 13, 2010

This campground seemed to be mostly for RVs but we were perfectly fine in a tent. The camp sites were clean and spacious. Great place to stay if you want to enjoy the Yosemite Valley and escape from the crowds in the evening. Overall a quiet and decent campground. The bathrooms are typical of a public campground bathroom. There is no soap and no hot water and no showers. We hiked during the day in Yosemite Valley and on our way home stopped at the public showers. We enjoyed our overnight stay here and for $20 per night who can complain!

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled with friends
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1  Thank lodimandy
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Reviewed June 18, 2010

Hodgdon Meadow Campground is a great place to stay inside Yosemite if you don't want to stay inside the valley with the crowds. I thought the campsite was kept very clean. The bathrooms were always clean and full of the necessary supplies. There are no showers at this camp ground, but there are showers in Curry Village, in the valley, for $5 per person. The showers provide towels if needed and the stalls were clean. There is also no place to wash clothes at the campground. There is a gas station and small corner store about 8 miles from the campsite inside the park. The gas prices are a little high, but it is a good place to pick up ice or other little things. There is large grocery store in the Valley that has everything you could want. The Valley is a good 30 minute ride (without traffic), but the drive is so beautiful, everytime we went down to valley I fell in love with the drive even more.

We bought fire wood in the valley for $6.50 per box. It was good wood but it burned quickly.

The campsites have bear lockers which easily held our two large ice chests and other tools. The sites are pretty close together, but there are enough trees to help them feel private.

Lastly, we drove up from the south entrance to the park and it took about an hour and a half to get to the campsite, so be prepared to drive a bit when you get inside the park.

I would defiantly stay at this campsite again.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank vjack0887
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