Terms and Conditions & Guest Rules

As of May 31, 2024

Thank you for choosing to stay with us. We strive to provide a great outdoors experience.

While at Outdoorsy Yosemite (“Outdoorsy”), we ask all guests to abide by the below rules, created by the Outdoorsy management. This helps ensure that all our guests have a great outdoor experience. By booking, you acknowledge that we update these rules from time to time, so make sure you check for the most up-to-date park rules when booking and at check in. The most up-to-date rules can always be found here.

In general, be safe and respectful to the staff, the property and its facilities, and other guests. All guests must use the property of Outdoorsy and its facilities in a safe and reasonable manner. When using the park’s facilities, registered guests of the park are responsible for the conduct of their family and invited guests.

Reservations, Arrival and Departure


Reservations made directly with Outdoorsy are subject to Outdoorsy’s cancellation policy. If a reservation is made via a 3rd party booking service, the reservation will be subject to the policy of the site where the booking was made.

  • All reservations must be paid in full, in advance.
  • The individual reserving the site must be a minimum of 18 years of age and be physically present at the time of check in.
  • While management will do its best to honor any requests for specific spots or spot types, we cannot guarantee any requests will be honored.
  • RV Guests are welcome to check in any time after 12 pm.
  • RV Guests are required to check out before 11 am.
  • Cabin & Glamping Tent Guests are welcome to check in any time after 4 pm.
  • Cabin & Glamping Tent Guests are required to check out before 11 am.
  • All site numbers / locations are subject to change prior to arrival. Management reserves the right to limit the number of or deny vehicles at particular sites in its sole discretion. This includes management’s sole discretion to permit specific RV types in particular sites, for reasons such as space constraints. 
  • Only one ground tent may act as a secondary unit on a site at the discretion of management and as a site size allows, and must be taken down during the day. Dining canopy tents are permitted, but may not be up in conjunction with a ground tent. 
  • Reservations can not exceed 14 consecutive days unless expressly agreed by the management.
  • Management reserves the right to restrict guest use of the facilities for up to 7 consecutive days between stays.


All reservations booked directly with Outdoorsy Yosemite will follow the below cancellation policy.  Outdoorsy Yosemite reserves the right to offer room rates that abide by a rate-specific cancellation policy. 

Peak: April 15 – October 15

  • RV sites, cabins and tents
    • 2 weeks advance notice is required for a refund.
    • $25 cancellation fee per RV site is deducted from any refund. 
  • Groups-Applies to organized groups with a single coordinator responsible for contract and invoice.
    • 25% non-refundable deposit is required for all group reservations.
    • The balance is due 30 days before arrival.
    • Cancellations within 30 days of arrival are non-refundable.

Off-peak: October 16 – April 14

  • RV sites, cabins and tents
    • 72 hour advanced notice is required for a  refund.
    • $25 cancellation fee per RV site is deducted from any refund. 
  • $25 cancellation fee per cabin rental is deducted from any refund.
  • Groups-Applies to organized groups with a single coordinator responsible for contract and invoice.
    • 25% non-refundable deposit is required for all group reservations.
    • The balance is due 30 days before arrival.
    • Cancellations within 30 days of arrival are non-refundable.

Cancellation By Property

Outdoorsy retains the right to cancel a reservation with or without cause. Should a reservation cancellation by Outdoorsy be deemed necessary, we will either reschedule the reservation or proceed with a full cancellation and refund. The determination of remedy is solely Outdoorsy’s. 


Any guests who have not shown up to check in by 8 pm local time on the day of their check-in, and who have not made prior arrangements with Outdoorsy staff, will be considered a no-show. Any no-show guest shall immediately forfeit the entire cost of their stay, and management reserves the right to re-book the reservation for another guest. If a no-show guest arrives after a no-show determination has been made, management is not required to accommodate such guest

During your Stay

General Rules

  • We reserve the right to remove anyone in violation of the Guest Rules from the property. 
  • All guests and visitors must follow all applicable local, state, national or international statute, regulation, or law.
  • No guest and visitor may not impersonate or use the identity of another person or organization, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with a person or organization.
  • All guests and visitors must be registered and receive a vehicle tag that should be displayed at all times while in the resort.
  • Please do not disturb the natural vegetation of the property, including removing any trees or limbs.
  • The resort is not responsible for any loss, damage, injury, or otherwise to any guests or personal property. Guests use all amenities at their own risk.
  • Creeks, ponds and swimming pools – use them at your own risk. There is no lifeguard on duty. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when in any water area.
  • Fishing rules – catch and release only. No live bait, plastic worms, or power bait, only small trout lures or flies with a single barbless hook. Always wet hands before touching a trout. Sharp nose pliers required for safe release of fish. If the fish swallows the hook, cut the line, do not try to remove the fish or the fish will die.
  • All guests must stay within the property boundaries. No trespassing on or cutting through neighboring land is permitted.

Site Amenities

  • All amenities are on a seasonal and weather-dependent schedule that may have limited hours during off-peak times. Your nightly reservation fee only entitles you to an accommodation space and not any facility. We reserve the right to close any facilities at our discretion without prior notice. Please refer to posted information throughout the property for additional information on our amenities.
  • Please report any issues with your site to the staff.
  • Sewer – all sewer connections must have an airtight seal as required by state and federal law.
  • Electric – plug your RV power cord in firmly with no space between the plug and the chosen receptacle. Turn on the appropriate power breaker after the plug has been inserted. When departing, turn the power breaker off before disconnecting your plug from the receptacle.
  • Water – we recommend the use of a water pressure regulator.
  • Water is a precious resource. Make sure all water connections are secure and free of leaks.
  • The washing of RVs or any vehicle is prohibited.
  • For the safety of others and the health of our trees, outdoor clotheslines are not permitted to be strung at your site.
  • Do not use portable grills on the picnic table. See the Site safety section for more information related to fires.
  • Refuse – please place your trash in the dumpsters provided throughout the resort. Do not leave refuse out overnight or in any open container to avoid wildlife interaction.
  • Sites must be cleaned up of garbage and debris prior to departure. Additional charges may result for sites requiring additional cleaning.

Vehicle and Parking

  • Speed limit within the resort is 5 mph. For the safety of all and to keep dust at a minimum, this rule is strictly enforced.
  • All RVs must be RVIA-certified and are subject to management approval at their sole discretion.
  • 1 habitable and 2 non-habitable vehicles are allowed per site and must be parked completely on the gravel within the site. Do not park on the grass or along the roadways.
  • Extra vehicles may be allowed, if space is available, at an additional fee per vehicle per night.
  • All vehicles must be registered with the staff upon arrival.
  • Working on vehicles is prohibited.
  • Anyone operating a motor vehicle must have a valid driver’s license.
  • While golf carts are allowed, ATVs and UTVs are not permitted. Non-motorized scooters, rollerblades, skateboards, and bicycles are permitted with adult supervision and use of proper safety equipment, including helmets, on all riders. When operating a bike after sunset, you must have a light on both the front and back of the bike. Motorized items such as drones, motorbikes, hoverboards, and similar motorized recreational items are prohibited unless approved by staff.
  • Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to operate golf carts on Outdoorsy property.
  • All vehicles must have a parking pass. Please ensure your guest tag is visible at all times.
  • Towing is enforced at the guest’s expense.

Children Policy

Outdoorsy warmly embraces families and guests of every age. We kindly request that our younger visitors demonstrate respect towards their neighbors, the staff, and the property during their stay at Outdoorsy. We also ask parents to keep a watchful eye on their children. Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior and compliance with the rules.

Good Neighbor Policy

  • Quiet hours are observed from 10 PM to 8 AM, during which amplified or loud music, noise, or sound is prohibited.
  • We kindly ask guests to be considerate of others in the vicinity. Disruptive or loud noises are strictly prohibited at all times. The use of profanity or engaging in violent behavior will not be tolerated. Guests who display inconsiderate behavior may be asked to leave.
  • Please be courteous to other guests around you and do not walk through other campsites.
  • Please keep your campsite tidy and litter-free at all times.  Do not leave trash or food out overnight due to animals.  Management has sole and complete discretion to determine if a site is untidy or unsightly, and may require a guest to modify their setup in any way.

Site Safety

  • Fires and fire pits – guests must follow all current fire bans in place, which override any guidance in these rules or the staff. Guests are ultimately responsible for knowing what fire rules and regulations are currently in place. Propane fire pits are permitted; however, wood fires are strictly prohibited. Never leave a fire unattended. County bans may occur and will be posted at the office. Please inquire with the state Department of Forestry for regulations and permit requirements.
  • Any batteries, chemicals, or toxic materials must remain locked up at all times, or safely removed from the access of children or animals.
  • Fireworks are strictly prohibited.
  • Guests must obey all federal, state, and local laws regarding the ownership and possession of firearms. Unattended firearms must be securely stored in a locked, private vehicle if permitted by law. The unlawful display or discharge of firearms, BB guns, air guns / rifles, or similar devices is strictly prohibited.

Smoking and Alcohol

  • “Smoking” is interpreted in its broadest sense, to include both tobacco (cigarettes and cigars) and non-tobacco (cannabis and other) products, vaping, e-cigarettes, etc.  
  • There is no smoking allowed in any building, tent, restroom and shower facilities, indoor facilities, common areas, or any outdoor amenities. Unauthorized smoking will result in a fee of $500. 
  • Smoking is allowed on your own site as long as it is done so in a way that will not directly or indirectly impact the experience of other guests, or cause a fire risk. A neighboring guest has a presumptive right to a completely non-smoking environment, and the staff will strictly enforce this. 
  • Alcohol is permitted by adults of legal drinking age, as long as it is done so in a way that will not directly or indirectly impact the experience of other guests. Alcohol must be consumed in a responsible manner. Alcohol is only permitted in areas designated by staff from time to time.
  • Illegal drugs are strictly prohibited and may result in eviction / removal from the property.

Pet Policy

  • Up to 2 non-aggressive dogs or cats (“pets”) are welcome in specifically designated areas and must be registered with the staff. Outdoorsy Bayfield, Outdoorsy Yosemite and their staff retain sole and complete discretion on whether to permit a particular pet to remain on the property and / or where they may remain. Management may charge a daily fee per pet at its discretion, including different fees for different accommodation types. Not all units will permit all or any pets. 
  • Pets must be kept on a maximum 6-foot leash at all times and under the control of their owner.  Unless in an area designated for off-leash exercise.
  • Pets may not be left outside unattended.
  • Guests are responsible to “clean up” after their pet. All pet droppings must be properly disposed of in a trash receptacle or collection area. Violations may result in a fine. 
  • Guests should carry proof of each pet’s current vaccinations, and all dogs must be currently registered.
  • Pets are only allowed in designated areas, and are prohibited in park buildings, including restrooms and laundry rooms, and other areas as may be designated by Outdoorsy Bayfield in its sole discretion from time to time.
  • Noisy, vicious, or unruly pets (in the staff’s sole discretion) are not allowed. Guests who are unable to control their pets must remove them from the premises, or the animal may be taken by local animal control authorities.
  • Anyone with a pet must sign a release and indemnification agreement for the benefit of Outdoorsy Bayfield, Outdoorsy Yosemite and their employees. The campground is not responsible for and will hold accountable a pet owner for any injury or damage caused by pets. In addition, the owner of the pet that causes injury or damage to others is expected to resolve the issue directly with the injured party.
  • For the avoidance of doubt, a government certified service animal is not a “pet” and is subject to the ADA government rules and regulations applicable to service animals. Pursuant to law, if our staff is unsure about the task a service animal is individually trained to provide, staff may ask whether the animal is required because of a disability and what task or work the animal is trained to do. 


Guests are responsible for their visitors. Each visitor must register at the welcome center. Visitors may not stay overnight following their day access unless staying does not violate occupancy rate and is approved by Outdoorsy staff. All visitor admittances are subject to the reasonable discretion of staff, consistent with law.


Outdoorsy disclaims responsibility for lost, stolen, or damaged articles. Keep your valuables and other property locked up. Please promptly report any issues with your site to the onsite team. We strictly adhere to all state, county, and local laws. 

Changes in Amenities, Offerings, & Services

Amenities, offerings, and services may change without prior notice. The assurance of specific unit numbers is not guaranteed and is subject to alteration. However, we will make every effort to accommodate specific requests.

Forms of Payment

We welcome all major credit cards for payments. Please note that we do not accept cash or checks for deposits or payments of goods and services during your stay at Outdoorsy.

You authorize Outdoorsy, and any payment processing service provider Outdoorsy may engage, to charge your credit card for any products or services you purchase through your use of this Site. You represent and warrant that you are the only one who will use your credit card in connection with this Site, and you are responsible for any and all uses of your credit card. 

Damage or Missing Items

Any items damaged or missing in your accommodations, as a result of you or your guests during your stay, will be evaluated, and the corresponding charges will be billed to your credit card accordingly.

Taxes & Fees

Applicable taxes based on the nightly room rate will be added to all accommodations.

Communications & Correspondence

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Changes to Terms of Service

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Applicable law & Miscellaneous

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