About Sequoia National Park

Famous for giant sequoia trees -- includingsequoia_nat_park_small the largest tree on earth, the General Sherman Tree -- Sequoia National Park is a national treasure. Located just located just one-fourth of a mile down the road from the Lodge, visitors have many exciting outdoor activities awaiting them, including whitewater rafting in the Kaweah River, hiking along trails in the Sierra Mountains, or taking a leisurely trip through King’s Canyon. If you enjoy the beauty of nature and playing in natural surroundings, you’ll find an unforgettable adventure waiting for you.

Sequoia National Park as featured in the December 2012 issue of National Geographic.

Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park

Sequoia and Kings Canyon Road Conditions

Crystal Caves: This magical place requires scheduling, but is only minutes away.

The Mineral King Weather Station and Web Cam

The Wood-n-Horse Training Stables

Balch Park Pack Station

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