SQF Complex Fire Updates
Due to the nearby SQF Complex Fire and the subsequent temporary closures of Sequoia National Park and King Canyon National Park, we have temporarily closed our lodging, retail, and food services. These closures will be re-evaluated daily.
Kings Canyon Reservations:
Kings Canyon National Park and our lodging at John Muir Lodge and the Grant Grove Cabins tentatively plan to re-open on Friday, September 25. If you have a reservation at John Muir Lodge or Grant Grove Cabins arriving before September 25, your reservation has been canceled and is in the process of being refunded. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Reservations Office at 866-807-3598.
If you have a current reservation arriving on or after September 25 and would like to cancel or make changes, you may do so without a charge up to 2 days prior to arrival.
Sequoia National Park and our lodging at Wuksachi Lodge do not currently have a tentative re-opening date, but will be temporarily closed at least through Sunday, September 27. If you have a reservation at Wuksachi Lodge arriving before September 25, your reservation has been canceled and is in the process of being refunded. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Reservations Office at 866-807-3598.
If you have a reservation at Wuksachi Lodge arriving on or after September 25, you may try to relocate your reservation to Kings Canyon's John Muir Lodge or Grant Grove Tent Cabins (subject to availability), change your dates, or cancel your reservation and have your deposit refunded.
For more information on closures and air quality, please visit the official National Park Service website.
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