Highway 120 Corridor


Highway 120 provides year-round access to Central Sierra Nevada Mountains. The highway traverses the southern portion of the Stanislaus National Forest, between the elevations of 2,800 and 4,700 feet. The highway continues through Yosemite National Park, eventually reaching an elevation of 9,943 feet at Tioga Pass, which is subject to annual winter closure.

The Groveland Ranger District encompasses the Highway 120 corridor on the Stanislaus National Forest. For the most current information please call the Groveland Ranger District at (209) 962-7825, or stop by our office on Highway 120.

General Information


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Highway 120 and the Groveland Ranger District

General Notes:

Click here for a table of campgrounds on the Highway 120 Corridor.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Camping & Cabins

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Nature Viewing

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