Then – In 1881, Albert Philip filed a timber claim called Fish Camp, an odd name for what became a busy logging center and cattle range. Citizens knew how to have a good time – by 1883, Fish Camp was the home of the then-famous Summerdale Hotel, a general store, a saloon, a post office and a barn where dances were held every day of the week.
Now – Hospitality continues to run deep through this community of just 277 residents. Because it's only two miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park, tourists stream through here, making this a hub for everything outdoors, including hiking, fishing, skiing, snow boarding, and ice skating and tobogganing.
The townsfolk operate two large hotels and several bed and breakfast facilities. In the summer, Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad offers daily rides through the Sierra National Forest in vintage steam locomotives.
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