Location

 
Park of the Sierras is located in California halfway between the city of Fresno and Yosemite National Park just off state Highway 41.

Directions Northbound:
From Highway 99, turn northeast onto Highway 41 in Fresno.

When you are coming up Hwy 41, the Road 416 left turn is hard to see. When you get to Yosemite Lakes traffic signal, we are about three miles further up Hwy 41. The second set of passing lanes has a left turn lane on a long curve in the road. Get in the left turn lane and watch for Road 416. Watch for downhill traffic to pass, as Road 416 is a tight left turn & slight down hill off Hwy 41. The Park entrance is the first right turn. 

Proceed to the office to register.

Directions Southbound:
From Hwy 99, turn east onto Hwy 145 at Madera and continue to Hwy 41.  Turn left at Hwy. 41. Continue 15 miles up Hwy 41 to Road 416.
 
When you are coming up Hwy 41, the road 416 left turn is hard to see. When you get to Yosemite Lakes Park traffic signal, we are about three miles further up Hwy 41. The second set of passing lanes has a left turn lane on a long curve in the road. Get in the left turn lane and watch for Road 416. Watch for downhill traffic to pass, as Road 416. is a tight left turn & slight down hill off Hwy 41. The Park entrance is the first right turn. 


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SURROUNDING AREA:
Oakhurst, a city of 13,000 is just 11 miles away. It services the Yosemite National Park guests entering from Southern California. The city has many fine restaurants, hotels and specialty shops. 
 
The pride of the restaurant selection is The Elderberry House, a world-renowned five star restaurant and Chateau. Besides the restaurant, which also offers culinary classes, the Villa Sureau, a quaint two bedroom estate villa (with Butler and car), can be rented for only $2800.00 a night. 

A short drive from Oakhurst is Bass Lake with camping, swimming, boating and fishing. 

If golf is your flavor, there are a number of golf courses a short distance away.

One of Northern California’s largest Indian Casinos “Chukchansi Gold” is only a mile from the park.  It has 1800 slots, 46 gaming tables, seven restaurants and 275 rooms.

Fresno, a city of 470,000 is a short drive and offers almost anything you may need.