LOS ANGELES - Reservations to get into Yosemite National Park open Wednesday, March 23.
According to the National Park Service, reservations are required to drive into Yosemite during peak hours (6 a.m. and 4 p.m.) from May 20 to Sept 30.
Those looking to drive through the park will still need a reservation if entering during peak times.
About 70% of reservations for dates between May 20 through Sept. 30 will be available starting Wednesday, while the other 30% of reservations will be available seven days before your arrival date, officials said.
Reservations will be available every day starting at 8 a.m. PST Wednesday. Because of high demand, officials recommend you have a Recreation.gov account and be logged in, ready to tap or click promptly once 8 a.m. hits.
The non-refundable reservation fee is $2, not including a $35-per-car park entrance fee.
You'll be able to make one reservation for each three-day period. Peak-hours reservations are valid for three straight days, including the arrival date.
Park officials said the temporary reservation system will help manage traffic and congestion for a "quality visitor experience" while the park undergoes repairs.
If you don't have a computer, you can also call 877-444-6777.
To learn more about reservations, visit the NPS website.
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