As a result of California's recent stay-at-home order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all Delaware North-operated lodging in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks was previously temporarily closed. However, following the lifting of the stay-at-home order, we are excited to announce we have re-opened!
• Wuksachi Lodge: Open Now!
• John Muir Lodge: Open Now!
• Grant Grove Cabins: Open Now!
• Cedar Grove Lodge: Open Now!
Kings Canyon National Park and Sequoia National Forest remain open for day visitation, including sightseeing, big tree groves, hiking, camping, and snow play. Limited food and beverage, snow shoe rentals, winter apparel, snow chains, and more are available at the Grant Grove Market (open 9am-5pm daily).
Please visit our COVID-19 Updates page for full details and up-to-date information.
Cedar Grove Lodge
Find out why Cedar Grove Lodge is a great "base camp" choice for exploring the pristine wilderness all around the property.
Nestled in a glaciated canyon, Cedar Grove Lodge is located in the heart of Kings Canyon National Park at Cedar Grove, a breathtaking 35-mile drive from Grant Grove through the Sequoia National Forest. Open May through mid-October, the lodge serves travelers keen to explore Kings Canyon's alluring wilderness attractions, including North Dome, Grand Sentinel, Zumwalt Meadow, Roaring Falls and Muir Rock, set on the banks of the wild and scenic Kings River. Nearby is Roads End, a staging area for day hikes, horseback trips, and backpack trips into the park.
Due to the geographically remote location of Cedar Grove Lodge, we advise that you arrive here early. The front office at Cedar Grove Lodge closes daily at 9 p.m. All guests are respectfully required to check-in prior to that time.