The Guide offers detailed information about park features, facilities, and services to help you plan your trip.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon Visitor Guide — Spring 2019
Page 1 - Table of Contents and description of the parks
Page 2 - Phone numbers, visitor centers, and park partners
Page 3 - Park ecosystem information
Page 4 - Camping in the parks and in nearby Sequoia National Forest
Page 5 - Lodging, programs, activities, and summer Crystal Cave tours
Page 6 - Exploring on your own and winter safety: Sequoia National Park
Page 7 - Exploring on your own and winter safety: Kings Canyon National Park and Sequoia National Forest
Page 8 - Facilities in Sequoia National Park and map of the parks
Page 9 - Facilities in Kings Canyon National Park and in Sequoia National Forest
Page 10 - Safety
Page 11 - Bears and food storage, wilderness, and entrance fees
Page 12 - Gasoline, driving park roads, and road construction and delays
This visitor guide offers the most accurate information available at the time it is printed. Changes in schedules, weather, and other conditions after publication may result in inaccuracies in the paper. The Guide is published seasonally at least five times per year.
If you're planning a trip for a different time of year, check previous issues from the most recent season during which you plan to visit. This will give you an idea of what may be available at that time of year.
Late Summer 2017