Yosemite: It is not only a great valley but also a sanctuary for human sight, the strength of granite, the power of glaciers, the persistence of life and the tranquility of the high Sierra.
Yosemite National Park, one of America’s first wilderness parks, is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles (3,108 km²) you’ll find deep valleys, meadows, giant sequoias, sprawling jungle and much more.
Yosemite is busiest from late May through late October, when all of the park’s roads are open. From about November through May, the Tioga, Glacier Point and Mariposa Grove roads are closed due to snow. However, Yosemite Valley, Wawona, and Hetch Hetchy can still be reached. Yosemite Valley is the most popular area of this park because it is where most of the park’s famous waterfalls and rock formations (such as Half Dome and El Capitan) are located.
Redwoods National Park
The summer season invites travelers into the diverse landscapes of the United States to enjoy the best of nature, wonderful attractions and historic sites that tell us so much about our heritage. Bringing your best friend along with you makes the trip a family adventure, because after all, your pet is part of your family.
Traveling in a motorhome RV is the perfect way to travel with your pet. You have everything familiar with the dog, such as his favorite bedding, the toys he constantly plays with, familiar bowls and dishes he loves to eat from. This creates a home-like atmosphere and makes your pet more comfortable.
There are pet-friendly vacation destinations in every corner of our country and you will find numerous RV parks that provide special amenities for dogs. Destinations that offer a range of pet-friendly vacations from national parks and state parks to attractions and historic sites. And El Monte RV does not charge for taking your pet along with you in your RV motorhome.
Tienen todo lo que necesitas después de unos días haciendo senderismo por Yosemite. Todo está pensado al detalle, hay restaurantes cerca, y es fácil comunicarse con la casera. Además, es un encanto y me obsequió con una bolsa de hielo y una botella de vino blanco fresquito, ya que cuando llegué hacía mucho calor.
La propiedad estaba tan limpia, espaciosa y cómoda. Fue una brisa para comprobar en y el wifi era excelente. El sistema de calefacción era muy fuerte y en realidad se puso demasiado caliente en un punto. La ropa de cama en el dormitorio principal era realmente cómoda. Lo que era aún mejor era que siempre había agua caliente. Incluso cuando la casa estaba llena con 8 personas todos pudimos tomar duchas calientes.
Yosemite in november
Dogs are allowed on park roads (and within 30 feet). In addition, dogs are allowed in park campgrounds and on boats at Jackson Lake. Needless to say, dogs must be supervised at all times and on a 6-foot leash).
Jackson is a pet’s paradise, and your pet will love being able to explore the area with you. When it comes to traveling in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, a good rule of thumb is that a pet can go wherever a car will go (roads, campgrounds, picnic areas) as long as it is on a leash (6 feet or less). .
These are the main reasons why dogs are not allowed in national parks: even the most docile dogs are predatory animals and therefore pose a threat to protected wildlife. Native animals are vulnerable to diseases that can be transmitted by dogs. Barking and odors left by dogs can scare away wildlife and attract other predatory animals.