Yosemite Transportation page will help you find your best transportation. There are four entrances to Yosemite National Park: the south entrance on Highway 41, the Arch Rock entrance on Highway 140, the Big Oak Flat entrance on Highway 120, and the Tioga Pass entrance on Highway 120. The Tioga Pass entrance is closed from November to June due to snow. The other roads may require tire chains due to snow from November to April.
Closest Airports to Yosemite
Merced Municipal/Macready Field Ariport
Fresno Yosemite International
Modesto City - County Airport
Mammoth Yosemite Airport
San Francisco International
Las Vegas, NV - McCarran International Airport
San Francisco, CA - San Francisco International
Stockton, CA - Stockton Metropolitan Airport
Modesto, CA - Modesto City/County Airport
Fresno, CA - Fly Fresno - Fresno Yosemite International
Oakland, CA - Oakland International Airport
Sacramento, CA - Sacramento County Airport System
Reno/Tahoe, NV - Reno/Tahoe International Airport BUS SERVICE
Visitors can ride Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS) buses from gateway communities in Mariposa, Merced & Mono Counties into Yosemite Valley. YARTS buses also connect with Amtrak and Greyhound service in Merced & Scenic Airlines at Merced Municipal Airport.
Inyo Mono Transit - Inyo Mono Transit offers affordable transportation throughout Inyo and Mono Counties. IMT operates door-to-door bus service IMT offers twice-daily service between Lone Pine and Bishop and two round trips daily between Bishop and Mammoth Lakes. There is also shuttle bus service between the communities of Bishop, Mammoth, Lone Pine, and Walker, as well as between Reno and Ridgecrest.
There is also shuttle bus service within the park - Yosemite Valley Shuttle Bus