Yosemite Pines is a family-oriented resort with a wide range of lodging, including tent sites, RV sites, yurts, and several types of cabin. Onsite entertainment options include a large swimming pool, a volleyball court, a playground, a petting zoo with goats and alpacas, gold-panning lessons, hayrides, and tours to a nearby abandoned mine. The resort is pet-friendly and has wireless Internet available, though there's a fee if you want to use it more than 90 minutes per day. There's also a small general store on the grounds.
31 Tent Sites: Rates from $20 - $48, depending on season
157 RV sites: Rates from $28-$71, varying depending on season, hookups (full or water/electric only), and whether it's a pull-through or drive-in site; dump fees are extra
26 cabins: Sleep from 2 - 8, depending on cabin type; rates from $79 - $419, depending on cabin type and season; all cabins have kitchens with refrigerator, microwave, and coffee pot
8 yurts: Sleeps 5; rates from $69 - $209, depending on season; yurts have coffee machine, microwave, refrigerator, and television, but no plumbing
Conestoga Wagons: sleep 4 - 6; $139 - $289; heat and a/c, king beds + either 1 or 2 bunk beds, microwave, small fridge
Trailers: Assorted Airstreams and restored vintage trailers sleeping 3 - 4; $129 - $259
For full rate details, see the Yosemite Pines website's rates page.