Learn About the Park

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    Nature

    From foothills to the tallest peak in the lower 48 states, this remarkable landscape provides diverse and dynamic habitat.

  • Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep rams. Photo: David Graber

    Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep

    Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep have recently been reintroduced to areas they once lived in these parks.

  • Wilderness

    Nearly all of these parks is designated wilderness. This protects the high Sierra while providing outstanding opportunities for recreation.

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    News

    Look here for news releases and our park newspaper, the Visitor Guide

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    Photos & Video

    Photos and video are a great way to explore the parks from home.

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    Park Atlas

    Use our online mapping tool to create custom maps for trip planning, wilderness travel, and more.

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    Sequoia Parks Conservancy

    Our partner, the Sequoia Parks Conservancy, operates bookstores, presents programs, and coordinates our annual Dark Sky Festival.

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    History & Culture

    Explore over a century of history in these parks, and learn about the people who lived here before the parks were established.

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    Education

    Invite a ranger to your classroom, plan a field trip to these parks, or find curriculum and resources online.

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    Kids & Youth

    Find information about ranger-led activities for kids, our junior ranger program, and web activities.

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    Management

    Look here for details about park projects, management, and regulations.

  • Science in the Parks

    Find your science at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.

Last updated: September 8, 2019

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47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers , CA 93271

Phone:

559 565-3341

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