Visiting Yosemite National Park has just gotten a little easier amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as it's removed its reservation requirement upon entry.
According to Fox 40, the park is approaching its reopening in phases, the latest of which is lifting the requirement of having a reservation to enter the park during the day. Overnight reservations are still required.
Right now, some services and facilities are limited, and shuttles are not operating. What visitors CAN enjoy are the hiking trails with the exception of any usual winter closures.
Read more and get more service closures from Fox 40 here.