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Tucked into Sequoia and Kings Canyon are timber and stone lodges, clusters of charming, rough-hewn cabins, and wide-open western campgrounds near the heart of these grand parks and their monumental attractions.


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What's New: Hot Dates for Sequoia and Kings Canyon

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Wuksachi Lodge: 
October  8, 15, 22-28

John Muir Lodge:
September 28
October 22, 24-25, 29-31

Cedar Grove Lodge:
October 9, 12, 15, 16, 19

Grant Grove Tents - Starting at $69/night:
September 24, 28, 29
October 1, 3-5, 9, 13, 16, 18, 22

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Construction Alerts: Generals Highway and Wolverton Road

Major reconstruction on part of the Generals Highway in Sequoia National Park started in summer 2017. Traffic delays can be expected between Amphitheater Point and Crystal Cave Road, with the specific construction area being from Deer Ridge to Eleven Range Overlook.

Traffic may be controlled by traffic lights, with uphill traffic passing through first.

Vehicles longer than 22 feet are prohibited on the stretch of road between Hospital Rock and the Giant Forest. Limited parking at the river access across the Generals Highway from Potwisha Campground will be available, as up to 70% of the parking will be occupied by construction materials.

Also, due to repaving, delays can be expected on Wolverton Road this summer.

More information is available on the National Park Service website.

The Majestic Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks in California will expand your perspective, renew your spirit and challenge your sense of wonder. Like the sky-piercing trees that grow only here, Sequoia and Kings Canyon’s scale is ancient and epic. This is dynamic, full-screen Sierra recreation, on a level that field guides and trail maps only begin to reveal.

Come to this wild corner of the California Sierra and rekindle your connection with nature, under the General Grant and General Sherman Tree, along rocky banks of the Kings River, inside serpentine crystal caverns, below a roaring waterfall, or above timberline on a talus trail.

Infinity-edge vista points reveal the scenic splendor of these adjacent national parks. They also come with an open invitation to leave the pavement behind and engage them.  Campgrounds, picnic tables, and hiking trails cover Sequoia and Kings Canyon parks.  This is more than a dashboard travel destination.  Rather, one for kicking up some gritty Sierra sand, wading into cool swimming holes, casting fishing lines, snowshoeing by giant red trees, sharing campfires, and chasing shooting stars.

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