Looking for ways to explore the park virtually, from the comfort of your own home? Here are several ways you can learn about the parks from afar.
NPS Mobile App
Explore the parks with the free, official NPS Mobile app. Near the parks or far away, this interactive guide will help you make the most out of your trip to Sequoia and Kings Canyon, as well as other National Park Service areas nationwide. Browse park sites by category, or take self-guided tours of notable features, including the General Sherman Tree and General Grant Tree.
Be A Junior Ranger
To become a Junior Ranger at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, stop by a visitor center or the Giant Forest Museum and ask a ranger for the junior ranger activity book. Once you have completed your activities during your visit, talk to a ranger to earn your Junior Ranger badge.
Unable to stamp your passport book in person? Print this virtual passport stamp for both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Additional stamps for each visitor center are available below.
Virtual passport stamp, Kings Canyon Visitor Center, Kings Canyon National Park.
Virtual passport stamp, Cedar Grove Visitor Center, Kings Canyon National Park.
Virtual passport stamp, Giant Forest Museum, Sequoia National Park.
Virtual passport stamp, Foothills Visitor Center, Sequoia National Park.
Last updated: October 10, 2023