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A view looking up at the top of trees in Sequoia National Park

Explore Sequoia & Kings Canyon

Towering excitement awaits

When was the last time you were truly lost for words?

It’s a feeling that is common with visitors to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, which is found in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. From the world’s largest tree to one of the deepest canyons, these sprawling, 1,353-square-mile parks offer endless discoveries.

Learn why a visit to Sequoia & Kings Canyon is part vacation and part life-changing experience.

Sequoia National Park

There’s something magical about awakening in Sequoia National Park, surrounded by groves of the world’s largest living things.

A peaceful sequoia grove in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park is composed of two distinct areas — Grant Grove and Cedar Grove.

A beautiful forest view in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Activities & events

From 800 miles of hiking trails to horseback riding, and even stargazing — the opportunities for adventure are almost endless.

Horseback riding in Kings Canyon National Park

Special events

Every now and then, there are some extra-special things going on at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.

A beautiful starry night sky in Sequoia National Park

Maps & directions

Big trees, impressive peaks, cartwheeling canyons and whitewater rivers will fill your windshield with Sierra splendor.

A majestic view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Sequoia National Park


Exterior view of Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park under a dramatic sunset sky


A variety of places to stay inside the park keep you close to the majestic giant sequoia trees, deep canyons and soaring cliffs that make Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks famous.

Two guests at Wuksachi Lodge on the outdoor dining deck


Indulge in High Sierra dining options inside Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, from lodge dining to café counter service.