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A group of Sequoia visitors exploring the giant trees


Through GreenPath®, our environmental management system, Delaware North is committed to minimizing our environmental footprint, strengthening local economies, and respecting unique wildlife, history, and culture.

Here are a few ideas to green your vacation while visiting us:

  • [Re]use
    • Hang your towel and participate in our linen recycling program
    • Purchase a reusable water bottle and fill up at any of our hydration stations
    • Utilize a reusable bag for all of your shopping trip
  • [Re]cycle
    • Utilize our recycling containers throughout all our hotels and stores
  • [Re]fuel
    • Look for nutritious and wholesome meal options on our menus
    • Purchase local and organic food and beverage options when possible
  • [Re]invest
    • Purchase local or regional products to support the local economy
    • Check out locally-owned shops and get to know community members
  • [Re]discover
    • Support the National Park Service through donation and volunteerism


*Hybrids and Fuel Efficient vehicles are those certified by the EPA SmartWay program. These vehicles are in the top 20% of all vehicles in reducing greenhouse gas and other pollutants. For more information on the program please see:

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 hikers walking beneath Tunnel Log in Sequoia National Park


Begin your journey of discovery in Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, where one-of-a-kind adventure and exploration await at every turn.