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Sequoia National Park visitors exploring a boardwalk trail next to giant sequoia treesSequoia National Park visitors exploring a boardwalk trail next to giant sequoia trees

Cedar Grove

A hidden gem

Located at the bottom of Kings Canyon, Cedar Grove offers a tranquil retreat amid stunning natural beauty reminiscent of Yosemite Valley. Surprisingly, it remains one of the least crowded areas of Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks!

Natural wonders galore

Just 35 miles east of Grant Grove, Cedar Grove boasts an array of breathtaking sights. From towering cliffs and majestic trees to cascading waterfalls and the mighty Kings River, this area captivates visitors with its splendor. Two prominent rock formations, North Dome and Grand Sentinel, soar to incredible heights above the canyon floor, offering awe-inspiring views.

Exterior view of Cedar Grove Lodge in Kings Canyon National Park

Adventure awaits

Set out on spectacular trails that wind through the backcountry, starting in Cedar Grove. Pack a picnic and hiking gear, and head to Roads End on Highway 180. Along the way, pause at scenic viewpoints to soak in the majestic vistas. Remember your camera!

Sun beams shining through the tops of sequoia trees in Sequoia National Park

Unplug and reconnect

After immersing yourself in the High Sierra’s natural wonders, take a moment to unwind and recharge. Stop by the Cedar Grove Market next to the snack bar for essentials, unique souvenirs, and Wi-Fi access.

A Sequoia visitor posing next to a giant stump with huge roots

Plan your escape

Experience the magic of Cedar Grove Village during your visit to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks. With unparalleled beauty and amenities, it’s a destination you don’t want to miss!


Two Sequoia hikers next to giant sequoia trees



Cedar Grove is situated at the bottom of Kings Canyon, approximately 35 miles east of Grant Grove.

Despite its remarkable beauty, Cedar Grove remains one of the least crowded areas of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, making it an ideal destination for those seeking tranquility and solitude.

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.