A Land of Giants

This dramatic landscape testifies to nature's size, beauty, and diversity -- huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world's largest trees.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks lie side by side in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of the San Joaquin Valley. Visitor activities vary by season and elevation, which ranges from 1,370 to 14,494 feet.

Features

A colorful illustration of large trees with the Sequoia park name

Park Anniversaries

Join us for special events as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Sequoia National Park and the 75th anniversary of Kings Canyon National Park!

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Park Atlas

Use the Sequoia & Kings Canyon Park Atlas to create custom maps of the parks

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Click the Read More link to view campground details or check open/closed status.

Camping

Bring your tent, trailer, or RV and camp at one of our 14 campgrounds. Reservations are recommended at some campgrounds.

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Hikers walk along a wooded path. Photo by Kirk Wrench.

Plan Your Visit

Looking for information to help plan a trip? Find details about camping, lodging, activities, and facilities.

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Weather Forecasts

Climate varies by elevation and location. Be prepared with the right clothing, hiking, and camping equipment.

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Click the Read More link to view details of each lodge inside the parks.

Lodging in the Parks

Reserve a room at Wuksachi, John Muir, or Cedar Grove lodges, or at the Grant Grove Cabins. All are near main visitor attractions and amenities.

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Click the Read More link to learn about wilderness recreation, management, and regulations.

Experience Wilderness

Visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon's wilderness by taking a day hike, or plan an overnight backpacking, horseback, or spot-pack trip.

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon's Social Media Network

Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Ask a question of park staff or share your experiences in the parks with other fans.

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Bring a Ranger to your Classroom

Bring a Ranger to Your Classroom

Ranger in the Classroom programs are curriculum-based. Bring national parks into your K-8 classrooms in Tulare, Kings, and Fresno counties.

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