Getting around this mountain town gets a big boost of excitement with the announcement of the Oakhurst Trolley! Southern Yosemite has a NEW Treat – Riders Can Enjoy The FREE Oakhurst Trolley All Summer
OAKHURST – Here for the summer, the Oakhurst Trolley (OT), or more affectionately known as the “OT,” becomes a Yosemite treat for visitors and residents spending time shopping, dining, and playing around the town of Oakhurst. With retro nostalgia, riders will enjoy a FREE, adorable transportation mode this summer at Yosemite’s southern gateway. Leave the car parked and take the “OT,” exploring more entertainment options than ever expected from a small mountain town.
Take a Ride May 8 – September 5
Friday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
September 18: Special Service for Mountain Heritage Days at Fresno Flats Historical Park
October 1 – 10: Special Service for ARTober and Oakhurst Fall Festival
Travelers can pick up souvenir wooden trolley tokens at Oakhurst businesses and hotels designated along with the trolley stops. Trolley drivers will also have a supply. Ask for yours when you hop on the trolley.
Discover art galleries, gifts, wine tasting, whiskey sampling, garden-fresh menus, barbeque favorites, ax throwing, a bike shop, and fun for the whole family. With 15 stops about town, this is one new Yosemite area attraction, not to be missed.
Learn more about the Oakhurst Trolley at www.OakhurstTrolley.com
“We are so excited to launch the Oakhurst Trolley in Oakhurst,” says Rhonda Salisbury, CEO of Visit Yosemite | Madera County. “This is a two-year pilot project, and we hope it creates a lot of enthusiasm amongst our visitors and residents. If the Oakhurst Tolley finds success, we will evaluate the time it is available and look to expand the program. A big thank you to Crossroads Tours for their partnership. Everyone is welcome to ride the “OT,” and we look forward to seeing you around town this summer!”
About Visit Yosemite|Madera County
Formed in 1985, Visit Yosemite | Madera County’s mission is to draw the millions of Yosemite National Park visitors to the many businesses and attractions in its gateway. We invite visitors to take a journey from the Fossil Discovery Center to the Madera Wine Trail and onward into the High Sierra. Along the way, discover incredible dining, talented tradespersons, four seasons of water sports at Bass Lake, the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, and mighty adventures right up to the massive Giant Sequoia trees. Madera County is the gateway to so much more.