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Mariposa County, one the original counties of California, is located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. The county lies north of Fresno, with Merced to the west and Stockton to the northwest. Known as the “Mother of Counties€, Mariposa County initially encompassed one fifth of the state of California. As time went on, land from Mariposa was taken and boundaries were redrawn until twelve present day counties emerged from the vast area. The county has a of 18,251 as of 2010. The central portion of the Yosemite National Park includes the eastern portion of the county. There are no incorporated cities in Mariposa County, and the county also has the distinction of having no permanent traffic lights anywhere in the county. The only courthouse in the county is located in the town of Mariposa, also the county seat. The historic courthouse is so recognizable that its likeness is on the Mariposa County Seal, with the distinction of being the oldest courthouse still in use in California.
Mariposa County includes an incredible range of landscapes and a heritage of historic sites and towns. This range of scenery, outdoor attractions, rich history, combined with a generally sunny, moderate climate, make Mariposa County one of California€™s most popular year-round vacation destinations.Yosemite€™s grandeur always looms as a major attraction, but we encourage you to enjoy the many other faces of Mariposa County. You can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities or see one hundred fifty years of California history, without crowds and without traffic. The Limestone salamander, a rare species of lungless salamander ecan only be found in a portion of the Merced River Canyon in Mariposa County. More than half the county is in Federal Reservation, with another twenty-five percent devoted to agriculture. With this, the county is expected to retain its rural charm for years to come.