Yosemite National Park Continues Reservation System in 2022

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Yosemite will once again require visitors to have day-use reservations to enter the park between May 20, 2022 and September 30, 2022.

Visitors who have camping or lodging reservations will not be required to have day-use reservations. Continue reading

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Yosemite Institutes Early Access Lottery for North Pines Campground

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The National Park Service recently announced that it will open up an early access lottery pilot program for North Pines Campground in Yosemite National Park. The lottery will apply to reservations from July 21 to August 14. The regular reservation period for these dates opens on March 15, 2022; however winners of the early access lottery will be able to make reservations from February 18 to March 10, prior to the general reservation period. Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain National Park Now Requires Reservations to Enter

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Beginning June 4, 2020, Rocky Mountain National Park will require visitors to have an entry permit or a camping reservation in order to enter the park. Entry permit reservations will available in blocks of two hours beginning at 6 a.m. each morning. The goal of this timed entry system is to allow the park to open in a way that gives visitors and staff an opportunity to comply with Federal, State and Local COVID-19 public health guidelines. Continue reading

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No Accessible Room at the Inn? Tell the DOJ!

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s-l640I’ve been getting a fair share of mail from travelers who booked an accessible room at a US hotel, but then arrived to find that the room had been given to another guest. Basically the all ask me “How can we get hotels to actually save the accessible rooms for people who need them?” Continue reading

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New Hotel Regulations Coming Soon!

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Starting on March 15, some long awaited access regulations will go into effect — regulations that will make travel more accessible to everyone. I’m talking about the new hotel ADAAG;? which will require hotels to make sure that disabled guests actually get the accessible rooms they need. Continue reading

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