Oakhurst CA, bursting with the flavor of the Old West, offers the visitor many places to explore and a number of exciting adventures. It’s in close proximity to Yosemite, too, so gives easy access to the many wonders of this national park.
Oakhurst is just 12 miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park, at the junctions of Highways 49 and 41.
Oakhurst California information includes the choices you have in lodging and dining when you are visiting.
There are many comfortable lodging accommodations, from quaint Bed & Breakfast establishments and nicely furnished inns to the traditional chain motels and luxurious full-service hotels.
Enjoy a delicious meal in one of the many dinning establishments of the historic district of Oakhurst. Discover some tantalizing Mexican dishes, Japanese cuisine, a place to get some unbelievable crab cakes and, of course, pizza and sandwiches.
Numerous hiking trails around Oakhurst invite you into nature at its finest. The 8-mile Goat Mountain Trail is a favorite for its scenic views.
Find a wide array of Campgrounds and RV Parks in and around Oakhurst, so you can be assured of a pleasant stay when coming to see Yosemite National Park. Explore all your choices so you can pick the one that fits your needs.
There’s nothing quite so fun as browsing the shops and finding something new and unusual to take home with you. Check out the antique shops, bookstores and art galleries.
- Fresno Flats Historical Park
Here you’ll be able to tour many historical buildings preserved and filled with fascinating exhibits of Oakhurst’s history.
- Little Church on the Hill
This church is the only remaining wood structure of its time period in the area. You can also visit the authentic Old West Cemetery.
To get to Yosemite from the town of Oakhurst California, simply take Road 426 to Highway 41, driving north right to the southern entrance to the park. It only takes about 33 minutes to make this trip.