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The best camper van rentals near Mariposa, CA

Embarking on a camper van trip to Mariposa, California, is like stepping into a gateway of adventure and natural splendor nestled in the Sierra Nevada foothills.

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A trip to Mariposa would be incomplete without venturing into Yosemite National Park. Renowned for its breathtaking waterfalls, giant sequoias, and a plethora of trails, it's a nature lover's paradise. El Capitan and Half Dome stand as granite monoliths, challenging and inspiring rock climbers and photographers alike.


Explore Mariposa's rich past at the Mariposa Museum and History Center, where you'll discover artifacts and stories from the Gold Rush era. The museum beautifully narrates the town's evolution from a mining camp to the charming community it is today.


Indulge in the local flavors at Butterfly Creek Winery & Vineyards, where you can savor wine tastings in a serene setting. It's a perfect spot to relax and unwind after a day of exploration.


If you happen to visit during the Mariposa County Fair, the fairgrounds become a hub of activity with rodeos, carnival rides, and local crafts. It's a true slice of Americana and a great way to mingle with the locals.


Just beyond Mariposa, the Sierra National Forest beckons with more outdoor activities. Whether it's fishing in its clear streams, trekking through the forest, or simply enjoying a picnic amidst its stunning landscapes, the forest is an idyllic escape.


Enjoy your camper van journey through the natural beauty and homegrown charm of Mariposa. Safe travels!

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Safe Haven: Storyteller Overland Stealth MODE 4x4

Storyteller Overland Stealth MODE 4x4High Top in Clovis
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$385/ night
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Refuge: 4x4 Winnebago Revel

Winnebago RevelHigh Top in Clovis
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$320/ night

The town of Mariposa was first settled in 1849 and is the southernmost of the Gold Rush chain of towns. Its streets follow the original street grid that was laid out by John C. Fremont in 1850.

The town of Mariposa remains one of just a handful of California towns without a stoplight to this day.

Mariposa has been referred to as the “Mother of Counties.” Mariposa County was by far the largest county when California was granted statehood in 1850 comprising about one-fifth of the state.

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