Whether you ride our shuttles into the parks or use them once you get here, they allow you to sightsee as you travel and they eliminate the need to find parking. They also help with air pollution by reducing the number of cars on park roads.
The Sequoia Shuttle provides service in Sequoia National Park, and includes a route that travels from nearby cities. New this year, the Big Trees Transit offers rides into and around the Grant Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park.
Beginning in 2015, a new shuttle offers trips from the cities of Fresno and Sanger to the Grant Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park and a free in-park shuttle through the Grant Grove area.
Big Trees Transit Summer Schedule
Grant Grove Loop
Fresno - Sanger Route
The Sequoia Shuttle is a great way to leave your car behind, sightsee while you ride, and reduce air pollution! All shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible.
Free Summer In-park Shuttle
Sequoia Shuttle Summer Schedule
Giant Forest | Route 1 | Green
Moro Rock / Crescent Meadow | Route 2 | Gray
Lodgepole/ Wuksachi/ Dorst | Route 3 | Purple
Wolverton / General Sherman Tree Trails | Route 4 | Orange
Potwisha to Giant Forest Museum | Route 5 | Red
Free shuttles arrive every two hours from 8:00 am to 5:25 pm. The trip is 45 minutes each way.
Shuttle From Visalia to Giant Forest
$15 round trip (no additional park entrance fee). Reservations required. Call 877-BUS-HIKE. For more information on shuttle service from Visalia to Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park visit the City of Visalia's Sequoia Shuttle web page.
Smart Rider Tips for the Sequoia Shuttle
Walk and Ride
Approximate Time Between Shuttle Stops