Grocery or Supermarket
26 locals recommend
Tips from locals
Mar-Val's is our local grocery store and they have just about anything you could want. Good ready made selection of foods as well.
This market is located just as you're about to leave Groveland. It's a great place to get sandwiches to go as food in Yosemite can be very expensive. You can call in your order before leaving in the morning and it will be ready for pickup when you arrive.
Recently renovated market has everything you need! We stopped in to grab a quick dinner and purchased a whole chicken and salad. They have everything here in case you forgot something. Hiking foods, breakfast, lunch and dinners hot foods too!
Well stocked neighborhood store with options of organic produce in addition to conventional. This store is the one stop you need for all the essentials shopping.
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