Sequoia National Park
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
This park’s namesake giant redwoods are some of California’s oldest and most graceful natural treasures. Sequoia and adjoining Kings Canyon National Park together comprise 865,952 acres. Two-thirds of the property is roadless roadless—so it makes sense to explore on horseback. You’ll find the five largest living giant sequoia trees in the world, along with 300 animal species.