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* <sleep name="White Chief Mountain Lodge" alt="" address="7776 White Chief Mountain Rd" directions="" phone="+1 559 683-5444" email="" fax="" url="http://www.sierratel.com/whitechiefmtnlodge/" checkin="" checkout="" price=""></sleep>
 
* <sleep name="White Chief Mountain Lodge" alt="" address="7776 White Chief Mountain Rd" directions="" phone="+1 559 683-5444" email="" fax="" url="http://www.sierratel.com/whitechiefmtnlodge/" checkin="" checkout="" price=""></sleep>
*<sleep name="The Hideaway" alt="The Hideaway on Pocomoonshine Lake" address="29 The Hideaway Ln, Princeton, ME 04668 " directions="" phone="207-427-6183" url="http://pocomoonshinelake.com" checkin="3:00" checkout="10:00" price="daily or weekly rates" lat="" long="">For over 25 years, guests have been coming to The Hideaway on the shores of Pocomoonshine Lake in Princeton, Maine.  Whether your stay is for a romantic getaway, serious fishing or a fun-filled family vacation, your host, Mary Wallace, looks forward to seeing you.  Bring your pets!
 
 
Experience a quiet, relaxing vacation where you can enjoy nature.  Marvel at spectacular sunsets and the star-filled night sky.  Go fishing, hunting, boating, and bird watching, or take part in the many outdoor recreational activities... without the crowds of nearby Grand Lake Stream!
 
 
Fully-equipped lakefront housekeeping ​cottages with kitchenettes, full baths, woodstoves and screened-in porches can accommodate from two to ten people.  We provide canoes and boats to launch  from your private dock; motors are available to rent. We'll even help you find a professional Maine Guide to locate the large and small mouth bass, pickerel and perch!</sleep>
 
 
  
 
==Get out==
 
==Get out==

Latest revision as of 07:58, 1 September 2013

Fish Camp is in Mariposa County in the Sierra Nevada region of California near Yosemite.

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The only access to Fish Camp is via SR41.

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  • Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, 56001 Hwy 41, +1 559 683-7273, [1]. A 4-mile railroad excursion on vintage logging railroad lines on former logging steam locomotives. Steam Train: Adults - $17.50, Children (3-12) - $8.75, under 3 - free. Jenny Railcar: Adults - $13.50, Children (3-12) - $6.75, under 3 free.  edit

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  • Narrow Gauge Inn, 48571 Highway 41, +1 559 683-7720 (fax: +1 559 683-2139), [4].  edit
  • Owls Nest Lodging, (In Fish Camp, the last lodging on the left, just before entering the park), +1 559 683-3484 (, fax: +1 559 683-3486), [5].  edit
  • Sugar Pine Cabins, Hwy. 41, +1 559 642-6975 (), [6]. Only 1-1/2 miles to Yosemite's South Gate. Affordable cabin lodging with cooking facilities for families, small or large. $150-350.  edit
  • Tenaya Lodge, 1122 Highway 41, +1 559 683-6555, [7].  edit
  • White Chief Mountain Lodge, 7776 White Chief Mountain Rd, +1 559 683-5444, [8].  edit

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Routes through Fish Camp
FresnoOakhurst  S noframe N  Yosemite N.P.END



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