Yosemite beginning to reopen following end of government shutdown

FRESNO, Calif. -- Yosemite National Park is moving closer to "normal operations," following the end of the government shutdown, park officials announced.





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Parts of the park will open Monday during normal hours including:

- Yosemite Valley Visitor Center
- Yosemite Museum
- Hetch Hetchy
- Hodgdon Meadow
- Wawona campgrounds
- Mist Trail/John Muir Trail (winter route)



NPS officials said The Mariposa Grove and Crane Flat Snow Play Area are to reopen later this week after restroom maintenance is complete.

Rangers will also return to provide hikes, programs and services to visitors.
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