Eating & Sleeping

Cedar Grove Lodge. Photo by Kiel Maddox.


Four lodges operate within Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, including two that are open year-round.

Tents at a group site are surrounded by trees


Learn more about the parks' 14 campgrounds and choose one that's right for you.

Wuksachi Lodge's dining room


Restaurants, delis, or snack bars can be found in most areas of the parks in summer. In winter, check at park lodges for dining options.

A picnic table with a shade structure. Photo by Alison Taggart-Barone.


Look for picnic areas throughout the parks. Protect bears and other wildlife by storing food safely, even while you're eating.

The entrance to the Grant Grove Market. Photo by Kiel Maddox.

Goods and Services

Developed areas in these parks offer markets, post offices, laundry, showers, and more.

A moonrise over reddish peaks


Learn more about backpacking in these parks. Wilderness awaits!

An entrance sign for Giant Sequoia National Monument.

Sequoia National Forest

Just outside national park boundaries, Sequoia National Forest offers camping, lodging restaurants, markets, and more.

Last updated: May 1, 2017

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47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers, CA 93271


(559) 565-3341

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