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Sequoia National Park
There's something magical about awakening in Sequoia National Park, surrounded by groves of the world's largest living things. And some smaller ones, too, like red-tail hawks and yellow-bellied marmots. Start your day in a neighborhood of natural wonders also known as Sequoia National Park.
California national park travelers seeking a mountain lodge experience will favor the prime location and guestrooms of Wuksachi Lodge, along with its dining options, cocktail lounge, retail, and ski shops. And high country adventurers will seek shelter in the ultra-cool Bearpaw High Sierra Camp - hidden 11.5 miles in Sequoia Park's backcountry overlooking the Great Western Divide. In addition to Bearpaw, outdoor enthusiasts will discover more than a dozen Sequoia campgrounds.
From a cozy mountain lodge to glowing tent cabins, or perhaps just laying under the starlit Sierra summer sky, there's nothing like waking up in Sequoia National Park.
Sequoia National Park Lodging
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