Paradise Shores Information Regarding COVID-19

Warm greetings to you from our piece of paradise! Spring is here, flowers are out, birds are chirping and we have been working hard to ensure our camp is ready for the 2021 season. This is still a new reality we are all getting used to, please be kind and mindful while at the camp and adventuring in the area, respecting other’s space and maintaining a safe distance. We truly appreciate your flexibility and understanding.

We understand the concerns around the virus and would like to share with you the steps we are taking to ensure a safe, relaxing environment for all our guests and staff:

  • Our restrooms are cleaned several times a day and all surfaces are disinfected. Please note, to ensure that social distancing guidelines are followed, our restrooms are closed to guests staying in their own RVs. Our public restrooms are only available to guests staying at tent sites, in our rentals, and in vans/small trailers without a bathroom. 
  • Hand soaps, sanitizers, and disinfectants are available in all common areas for regular use.
  • No need to check-in in person. Your welcome information, any latest updates, and check-in details will be emailed to you. We will be in touch with our confirmed guests within a week prior to the arrival.

For everyone’s safety, we ask you to please:

  • Please be respectful of the maximum occupancy at our sites and rentals, as stated on the website. Infants, children, and adults all count as one.
  • Starting June 15th, face masks are not required outdoors. We will still ask you to wear them when inside our public restrooms, except when taking a shower or washing your face. Please come prepared.
  • Please keep a safe distance from anyone that isn’t in your traveling party, including other guests and PS team members. 
  • Consider getting your supplies before coming to our community.

Now more than ever it is important to spend time connecting in the great outdoors. We are ready to share campfires, starry nights, and our serene area with you. The mountains are a place to get back to basics, a place to explore, to breathe. It is a place where social distancing happens naturally. This is a great opportunity to be together in Nature and not to be isolated at home. Together (from a safe distance) we will remain healthy, positive, and strong.


Yosemite NP Status

Yosemite NP requires pre-purchased day use vehicle reservations to visit the park. Passes will be limited and available between 30 days and 48 hours in advance of your visit. No walk-in visitation will be allowed until further notice. Here is some info about how to get Yosemite Entrance Reservation.

To reserve your pass visit