Day-use reservations no longer needed at Yosemite National Park

Starting Monday, March 1, the public can head up to the park without a day-use reservation.
FRESNO, Calif. -- Visitors will no longer need a reservation to visit Yosemite National Park, park officials say.

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Starting Monday, March 1, the public can head up to the park without a day-use reservation.

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The National Park Service used the reservation system to regulate better the number of people entering the park amid worsening COVID conditions in the community.

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