Exploring Sequoia National Park
Awe-inspiring nature in California's Land of the Giants.
Sequoia National Park’s namesake giant redwoods are some of California’s oldest and most graceful natural treasures. Plan your itinerary by visiting the Park Service’s website for Sequoia and adjoining Kings Canyon National Park, which together comprise 865,952 acres.
Giant Forest Museum
Be sure to stop by the ecology exhibits at this intimate museum dedicated to amazing trees.
General Sherman Tree
The world’s largest living tree is estimated to be 2,100 years old.
Lodgepole Market & Snack Bar
Create a picnic basket with prepared salads and sandwiches.
Wuksachi Village Dining Room
This wood-paneled restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows serves hearty steaks and pasta.
The stone-and-cedar lodge, set 7,200 feet above sea level, is Sequoia’s best rustic hideaway. Built in 1999, the 102 rooms are a bit cookie-cutter but sport vaguely Mission-style furnishings and cushy beds.