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    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

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  • Road Construction Delays on Park Roads for 2014 Season

    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 »

  • Vehicle Length Limits in Sequoia National Park (if Entering/Exiting Hwy 198)

    Planning to see the "Big Trees" in Sequoia National Park? If you enter/exit via Hwy. 198, and your vehicle is longer than 22 feet (combined length), please pay close attention to vehicle length advisories for your safety and the safety of others. More »

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Where To Eat

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Lodging Inside the Parks

Lodging Outside the Parks

 
People in front of Lodgepole Market
In summer, Lodgepole Village is one of several areas in the parks where meals, supplies, and other services are available. Some areas are open only part of the year.
 

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INSIDE THE PARKS
Food is available in restaurants, markets, and mini-marts, depending on season and location. Hours vary by season.

Year-Round:

  • Wuksachi Village: Dining Room.
    (Limited food items in gift shop during winter season.)
  • Grant Grove Village: Restaurant, market (limited selection in winter), post office.
  • Montecito-Sequoia Lodge (in the National Forest between Wuksachi and Grant Grove): Restaurant.

Late Spring into Fall:

  • Lodgepole Village: Snack bar, deli, and market. Usually open until mid-October and then closed until mid-April.
  • Wolverton Meadows: During summer, an all-you-can-eat barbecue. Friday-Sunday (dinner only).
  • Cedar Grove Village: Restaurant (counter service & snack bar) and market open mid-to-late May until mid-October.
  • Mineral King: Silver City Resort, on private land, has a small restaurant and limited supplies from late May until mid-October.

See the current edition of the park newspaper for details and schedules.

OUTSIDE THE PARKS
Just outside the Sequoia National Park entrance on Highway 198, there are a variety of restaurants, markets, and mini-marts.

 
Outside Sequoia National Park
Restaurants, markets, and mini-marts below are within 25 miles of the Sequoia National Park entrance (Highway 198).

Restaurants
Anne Lang's Emporium 559-561-4937 Three Rivers, CA
Antoinette's Coffee and Goodies 559-561-2253 Three Rivers, CA
Casa Mendoza 559-561-7283 Three Rivers, CA
Gateway Restaurant & Lodge 559-561-4133 Three Rivers, CA
Ol' Buckaroo 559-799-3665 Three Rivers, CA
Om Nom Nom Cafe 559-597-2000 Lemon Cove, CA
Pizza Factory 559-561-1018 Three Rivers, CA
River View Restaurant & Lounge 559-561-2211 Three Rivers, CA
Sequoia Cider Mill 559-561-4157 Three Rivers, CA
Sierra Subs & Salads 559-561-4810 Three Rivers, CA
Silver City Mountain Resort 559-561-3223 Silver City, CA
We Three Bakery & Restaurant 559-561-4761 Three Rivers, CA

Markets/Mini-marts
A1 Totem Groceries & Deli 559-561-4463 Three Rivers, CA
Kaweah General Store 559-561-3475 Three Rivers, CA
Lemon Cove Market 559-597-2484 Lemon Cove, CA
Prince Mart 559-597-2411 Lemon Cove, CA
Three Rivers Chevron Mini-mart 559-561-4227 Three Rivers, CA
Three Rivers Market (Shell Station) 559-561-4113 Three Rivers, CA
Three Rivers Village Market 559-561-4441 Three Rivers, CA

Outside Kings Canyon National Park (Grant Grove area)
Restaurants, markets, and mini-marts below are within 25 miles of Kings Canyon National Park entrance (Highway 180).

Restaurants
Badger Mountain House 559-337-2321 Badger, CA
Bear Mountain Pizza 559-332-9696 Squaw Valley, CA
Hume Lake Christian Camps 559-305-7770 Hume, CA
Gena's Place 559-338-0678 Dunlap, CA
Kings Canyon Lodge Grill 559-335-2405 Kings Canyon, CA
Pinehurst Lodge Restaurant 559-336-2603 Pinehurst, CA
Twin Valleys Restaurant 559-338-0160 Dunlap, CA
Markets/Mini-marts
Clingan's Junction 559-338-2404 Dunlap, CA
Hume Lake Christian Camps 559-305-7770 Hume, CA
Squaw Valley Trading Center 559-332-2880 Squaw Valley, CA
 

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

Sequoia Tourism Council

Central Sierra Chamber of Commerce

Local Chambers of Commerce

Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce 661-327-4421
Dinuba Chamber of Commerce 559-591-2707
Exeter Chamber of Commerce 559-592-2919
Greater Fresno Area Chamber of Commerce 559-495-4800
Orange Cove, City of 559-626-4488
Porterville Chamber of Commerce 559-784-7502
Sanger Chamber of Commerce 559-875-4575
Sequoia Foothills Chamber of Commerce 559-561-3300 877-530-3300
Springville Chamber of Commerce 559-539-0100
Sequoia National Forest 559-784-1500
Tulare County Office of Tourism N/A
Visalia Chamber of Commerce 559-733-4149
Visit Visalia 559-334-0141
Woodlake Chamber of Commerce 559-564-8055


Did You Know?

Sequoia cross-section shows evidence of much fire damage and recovery

Sequoia tree rings tell a fascinating story of survival and adaptation. Many sequoia cross-sections do not show a neat set of concentric growth rings. Among the rings are many scars — indicating repeated fire damage — and as many curved rings, the growth that eventually covered over the scars.