Kings Canyon National Park features terrain similar to Yosemite Valley, and is home to the deepest canyon in the United States at over a mile and a half deep!
With its deep valleys, skyscraping trees, and distinctive rock outcroppings, Kings Canyon National Park is the place that John Muir once called "a rival to Yosemite." By some measures, it is home to the deepest canyon in America!
Located next to Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon Park is composed of two distinct areas – Grant Grove (home to the General Grant tree, also known as "the Nation's Christmas Tree") and Cedar Grove. Grant Grove visitors snap photos and marvel at the sheer size of the sequoia grove. Kings Canyon is also home to Redwood Canyon, the largest remaining grove of sequoia trees in the world.
In addition to Kings Canyon National Park's celebrated sequoias, this glaciated valley also features miles of hiking trails, horseback riding, and camping – a perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts of every age.
Walk Among The Giants
Kings Canyon National Park is home to the General Grant tree, the second-largest sequoia in the world.
Cedar Grove Lodge offers 21 guest rooms with two queen beds, private baths, air conditioning and telephones. Open May through mid-October, the lodge serves travelers keen to explore Kings Canyon’s alluring wilderness attractions.