Wilderness Cabins in and around Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Jody Vandergriff

Glamping while surrounded by some of the largest trees in the world? Yes, please! These lodging options offer many of the comforts of home while still connecting with the mighty sequoias and giant redwoods that make Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks so breathtaking.

Wilderness Cabins in and around Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

By Jody Vandergriff
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Glamping while surrounded by some of the largest trees in the world? Yes, please! These lodging options offer many of the comforts of home while still connecting with the mighty sequoias and giant redwoods that make Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks so breathtaking.
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  • Buckeye Tree Lodge & Cabins
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    • chiefseeker Located only 1/4 mile from the entrance, Buckeye Tree Lodge offers the closest cabins to Sequoia National Park. They are well equipped and very quaint, but only 10 cabins are available so book early.

         
  • Pear Lake Winter Hut
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  • Bearpaw High Sierra Camp
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  • John Muir Lodge
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  • Cedar Grove Lodge
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  • Wuksachi Lodge
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    • chiefseeker OK, this is definitely leaning hotel but no list about lodging in Sequoia National Park would be complete without a mention of Wuksachi. Arguably the best location in the park, Wuksachi Lodge is located in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park, home to General Sherman, the world's largest tree.

         
  • Silver City Mountain Resort
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  • Grant Grove Cabins
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    • chiefseeker Located within walking distance of Grant Grove and General Grant, this is THE spot for glamping in Kings Canyon National Park. Offering both tent cabins and the more comfy cedar options, there’s something for everyone.