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. These two parks lie side by side in the southern Sierra Nevada east of the San Joaquin Valley. Weather varies a lot by season and elevation, which ranges from 1,370' to 14,494'. Sequoias grow at 5,000 - 7,000', above usual snowline.

A black bear walks along a log. Photo by Donald Quintana.

Store food properly to protect bears

Black bears are active year-round in these parks. Storing food properly can help prevent vehicle break-ins.

A grassy mountain pass offers views of peaks in the distance. Photo by Rick Cain.

Experience Wilderness

Glacial canyons, lush meadows, oak woodlands, and granite peaks offer unparalleled opportunities for challenge and solitude.

Meadow with the National Park Service centennial logo

Find Your Park!

Learn about activities and events that celebrate the National Park Service's Anniversary!

Exhibits in Giant Forest Museum. Photo by Alison Taggart-Barone.

Things to Do

A wide range of activities in diverse settings awaits you at these parks.

A tent site at Lodgepole Campground


Learn about camping options throughout the parks.

The logo for our authorized pass seller on a photo of mountain ranges

Buy Digital Entrance Passes

Use an app from our partner to buy entrance passes before you get to the park!

Wuksachi Lodge in winter


Four lodges operate in these parks, including two that are open year-round.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers, CA 93271


(559) 565-3341
Recorded information is available 24 hours a day. Park staff answers calls on weekdays from 8:15 am - 4:15 pm.

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