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- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) From wilderness cabins just minutes from the Giant Forest to affordable motels in the neighboring town of Three Rivers, there are plenty of hotel options in and around Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
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- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) These are the trees that were famous before instagram.
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Sequoias are native to California and only California thanks to the high altitudes of the Sierra Nevadas and the runoff of the mountain snow. They are the biggest trees in the world, by volume, and only the redwoods can make a bigger claim as the tallest trees in the world. This is what makes Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks so epic. And these are the most famous of all the mighty sequoias.
- nicolejordan (Nicole Jordan) Choose the best campgrounds in Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park. Camp among towering Giant Sequoias, in the rolling foothills of the Sierra Nevada, or in the breathtaking backcountry that both parks offer.
- nicolejordan (Nicole Jordan) Camp among Giant Sequoias or in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range while visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks! There are a number of RV and trailer-accessible campsites in the park so all visitors can enjoy their time here in the comfort of their mobile homes.
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Sequoia National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts alike, offering an array of exciting activities and sights to explore. The park's most popular attraction is the Giant Forest, home to General Sherman, the world's largest tree, which stands at a staggering 275 feet tall and is over 2,000 years old. Other must-see sights include Moro Rock, a granite dome offering stunning panoramic views of the park, and the Crystal Cave, a breathtaking underground cavern filled with stunning rock formations. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a wide range of activities, from hiking to horseback riding, camping to stargazing, and even snowshoeing in the winter. The park is also home to an abundance of wildlife, including black bears, mountain lions, and bald eagles, making it a nature lover's paradise. Here is a list of our favorite things to see and do in the majestic Sequoia National Park.
- chiefseeker (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.
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) This summer we are hitting the road in an RV and exploring the National and State parks of California.
- nicolejordan (Nicole Jordan) Wander through groves of Giant Sequoias, climb up some steep Sierra granite, stroll past alpine meadows, or plan a hike up to a pristine alpine lake. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks offer hikes with breathtaking vistas for all hikers who visit the park!
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) This summer we are hitting the open road in an RV and exploring California’s National Parks and the coast.
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Lace up your boots and head to Sequoia National Park: Land of Giants, home to the largest trees in the world. Sitting at number 23 on our list of US national parks, Sequoia is famous for its groves of old growth giant sequoias. And the plunging peaks and steep mountain hikes? Those might come as […]