Just one hour’s spectacular drive from Grant Grove, Cedar Grove sits in the glacial Kings Canyon at 4000 feet in elevation. Open from early spring to late fall, it tends to be a peaceful area of Kings Canyon National Park, especially before Memorial Day and after Labor Day. Four campgrounds along the Kings River offer views of the deep, granite-walled canyon. Trails here lead to meadows and waterfalls, and also provide some of the best access to the high Sierra wilderness. A bicycle trail connects all four campgrounds to services at Cedar Grove Village.
All campgrounds in Cedar Grove have flush toilets and are close to a snack bar, market, showers, and laundry. We encourage everyone to conserve water, especially in this area.
Reservations are available for Sentinel Campground and for Canyon View Campground's group sites. The other campgrounds here are are first-come, first-served.
This campground has 82 sites open to tents, RVs and trailers from early spring through late fall. The campground is adjacent to Cedar Grove Visitor Center and is a short distance from services at Cedar Grove Village. Reservations are available online.
This campground has 111 sites and is open to tents, RVs and trailers from late spring through early fall. Tucked away beneath white firs, Sheep Creek has some of the shadiest sites in Cedar Grove.
This campground has 121 sites and is open to tents, RVs and trailers from late spring through early fall. Of the Cedar Grove campgrounds, Moraine offers the best views of Kings Canyon’s steep granite walls.
This campground is for groups only. The campground, open to tents only, has 12 sites for mid-size groups and 4 sites for large groups. Reservations are available online.
Last updated: October 7, 2020