With the average Yosemite hotel, motel or bed and breakfast going for more than $150 per night, non-campers don't have a lot of options. We've rounded up a selection of the best, lowest-priced places to stay in the Yosemite area, and while some of the aren't exactly the Ritz, they all provide a bed and a roof over your head. All will run you less than $100 per night in the highest season.
- Evergreen Lodge at Yosemite, Groveland: A historic lodge with fully-furnished cabins, a restaurant and a classic, all-wood tavern, Evergreen Lodge also offers very affordable, fully set up tents. All you have to do is move in and sleep.
- Housekeeping Camp, Curry Village: Located along the Merced River in Yosemite Valley, Housekeeping Camp has 266 units, each large enough to sleep six people. Each cabin has an outdoor grill and a firepit. These two-room cabins have a double bed, two single bunks, a table, chairs, mirror, electrical lights and outlets. Showers and restrooms are centrally located. Bring your own linens or rent them for a small fee per day.
- KOA Midpines, Midpines: One of your most economical options, this KOA has Kamping Lodges that sleep 4-6 people and some have kitchens but shared restroom and shower facilities. Bring sleeping bags or bed linens.
- Yosemite Bug, Midpines: With rooms, tent cabins and dormitory-style accommodations, Yosemite Bug is a rustic-style resort.