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    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

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    Expect occasional 15-minute to 1-hour delays in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks on weekdays only (times vary), including delays to/from the General Sherman Tree, Crystal Cave, and Grant Grove. More »

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Lodging Outside the Parks

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Lodging Inside the Parks

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The following list of lodging near the two park entrances is provided as a service. It includes accommodations within 30 miles of one of the two park entrances, including those in the adjacent national forest. This list provides contact information for local chambers of commerce. The National Park Service is not affiliated with any establishments outside park boundaries. Inclusion on this list is based solely upon proximity to the park entrances; This list is not an endorsement of type or quality of service.


Sequoia National Park
Accommodations within 30 miles of the Sequoia National Park entrance (Highway 198).

Buckeye Tree Lodge 559-561-5900
Cinnamon Creek Ranch Bed & Breakfast 559-561-1107
Comfort Inn & Suites 559-561-9000
Cort Cottage Bed & Breakfast 559-561-4671
Farmstay 559-804-6448
Gateway Lodge 559-561-4133
Historic Seven Sycamores Ranch 559-798-0557
Kaweah Park Resort (RVs, campground & cabins) 559-561-4424
Lake Elowin Resort 559-561-3460
Lazy J Ranch Motel 559-561-4449
Plantation Bed & Breakfast 559-597-2555
Ranch Champagne Cabins 559-561-3490 559-259-5297
Residence Bellevue Guesthouse 559-561-6405
Rio Sierra Riverhouse 559-561-4720
River Inn, The 559-561-4363
Sequoia Bed & Breakfast Association none
Sequoia House Vacation Rental 800-793-7309 559-561-4367
Sequoia Motel 559-561-4453
Sequoia River Cabins 559-561-6405
Sequoia River Dance Bed & Breakfast 559-561-4411
Sequoia RV Ranch 877-452-9324 559-561-4333
Sequoia Village Inn 559-561-3652
Sierra Lodge 800-367-8879
Silver City Mountain Resort (on Mineral King Road) 559-561-3223
The River Jewel 559-799-8201
Three Rivers Bed and Breakfast 559-561-4270 310-372-2619
Three Rivers Hideaway (RVs, campground & cabins) 559-561-4413
Three Rivers Motel 559-561-4413
Western Holiday Lodge 559-561-4119
Wicky Up Ranch Bed & Breakfast 559-564-8898


Kings Canyon National Park (Grant Grove area)
Accommodations within 30 miles of Kings Canyon National Park entrance (Highway 180).

Apple Place, The 559-336-2608 559-336-9879
Branded Calf, The 559-332-2700
Dunlap Cabin 714-839-2525 559-338-3174
Fivespot Cabin 559-336-9383
Montecito Lake Resort 800-227-9900 800-843-8677
Pinehurst Cabin 714-501-5833
Pinehurst Lodge 559-336-2603
Redwood Mountain Retreat 559-779-7803 559-337-2383
Sequoia Highlands Cabins 559-336-9425 888-447-9390
Sequoia Resort 559-967-1755 650-238-8320
Seven Circles Retreat 559-337-0211
Sierra Inn 559-338-0678
Snowline Motel 559-336-2300
Squaw Valley Motel 559-332-2382
Starry Oaks Cottage (Squaw Valley) 559-338-9146
Stony Creek Lodge 866-522-6966 559-565-3909
Wonder Valley Ranch Resort-Conference Ctr.

Kings Canyon National Park (between Grant Grove and Cedar Grove)

Kings Canyon Lodge 559-335-2405
Sequoia National Forest/Giant Sequoia National Monument
(Big Meadows Rd; FS 13S11)
Sequoia High Sierra Camp 866-654-2877

Chambers of Commerce and Partner Agencies
The following chambers of commerce represent many facilities in a number of towns, including some businesses located more than 20 miles from park entrances.

Regional Chambers of Commerce

Eastern Sierra Interagency Visitor Center

Sequoia Tourism Council

Central Sierra Chamber of Commerce

Fresno/Clovis Convention and Visitors Bureau


Did You Know?

Loggers pose in front of a mighty felled sequoia.

Sequoia wood proved too brittle for most lumber uses. Some felled sequoias even shattered as they hit the ground. Most lumbered sequoias ended up as fence posts, shingles, and even match sticks!