Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Unofficial site. Everything you wanted to know about Sequoia and Kings Canyon
National Parks.

  • Welcome to the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Page This site is dedicated to providing information on Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks It is our intent to provide information that will be of assistance in planning a trip, vacation or obtaining data about these parks Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Links Search Now: by John William Uhler Copyright © 1995 - 2006 Page Makers, LLC This site is in no way associated with the United States Government, the Department of the Interior or the National Park Service

    Sequoia and Kings Canyon Lodging
    Concessionaire for King Canyon National Park provides information about lodging
    at John Muir Lodge, Stony Creek Lodge, Cedar Grove Lodge, and Grant Grove ...

  • Sequoia & Kings Canyon Toll Free: (866) KCANYON Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park Services Company Sequoia and Kings Canyon Lodging Welcome to the website of the Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park Services Company

  • The Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park Services Company is the authorized concessionaire for Kings Canyon National Park, and the Giant Sequoia National Monument of the Sequoia National Forest

  • We are pleased to offer lodging, including hotels, lodges, and cabins, dining, and shopping to those visiting Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, and the Giant Sequoia National Forest

  • Sequoia National Park, America's second national park, was created on September 25, 1890, by president Benjamin Harrison

  • One week later, General Grant National Park was created by Congress to protect the grove of giant sequoias, including the General Grant Tree, the second largest tree in the world

  • Kings Canyon National Park was created by Congress on March 4, 1940, and included the tiny General Grant National Park and much additional land north of Sequoia National Park

  • In 1965, Cedar Grove and Tehipite Valley were added to Kings Canyon National Park, bringing the park to its current dimensions

    California Guide - Kings Canyon National Park
    Includes hiking trails, photographs and a map.

  • | CALIFORNIA | Kings Canyon National Park Sites in California NPS Units Kings Canyon Other Places Kings Canyon National Park preserves a huge unspoilt and beautiful area of the central Sierra Nevada mountains, with several deep glaciated canyons, countless lakes, pools, meadows and waterfalls, and over 20 peaks that exceed 13, 000 feet

  • The park also has several groves of giant sequoia trees, found near the southern boundary which is shared with - the two are administered as one unit, and have similar scenery except that Sequoia has more of the huge trees

  • The Canyon: Kings Canyon is similar to the and National Parks as the central attraction is a deep valley accessible from one end only, surrounded by huge areas of back-country that most people never visit

  • Vehicular access is even more limited than Yosemite as the dead-end canyon approach drive is the only road of any kind within the 462, 000 acres of the park and so extended hiking is the only way to visit the wilderness areas

  • The Pacific Crest Trail passes through the park close to the eastern border, part of a continuous 2640 mile footpath from Canada to Mexico, and there are many other trails, which start from the main visitor centre area at Cedar Grove, or outside the park - from the west in the Sierra National Forest and from Owens Valley in the east

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    Kings Canyon National Park in 524 images
    Virtual walking tour of park, including an interactive map.

  • Kings Canyon National Park Virtual Travel for the Hiker, Traveler and Outdoorsman Enter these doorways into the 524-image Kings Canyon virtual world ! Capture a moment away from it all and enjoy the sights of Kings Canyon National Park , following roads, trails and highways in our 524-image virtual tour

  • King's Canyon was set apart as a National Park on March 4, 1940, with 461, 845 acres of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains

  • It is immediately adjoining Sequoia National Park which lies to thesouth and the two parks are jointly administered

  • The only entrance tothe park is from Fresno to the west on California Route 180, making animpressive climb from the flat grasslands up onto the forested mountains.Near the entrance to the park the road divides, one direction leadingtoward Sequoia National Park

  • The other, heading towards King's Canyon, leaves the national park and passes through Giant Sequoia National Monument, making major descent into the gorge cut by the King's River

  • It thenreenters the main part of the Park, high in the canyon

  • The part of the park accessible by road is a wide canyon with high mountainson either side

    General Grant Tree, Kings Canyon National Park
    General Grant Tree.

    Kings Canyon and Sequoia Wilderness Hikes
    Web site of Bill Finch. His numerous Sequoia and Kings Canyon hikes are described
    here, with some illustrations.

    SNHA Home Page
    Non-profit educational organization devoted to aiding Sequoia and Kings Canyon
    National Parks. Services include a field seminar program, books and maps on the ...

  • Sequoia Natural History Association Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks • Devils Postpile National Monument • Lake Kaweah field seminar courses and learning vacations educational programs, special events, and faculty rental The Sequoia Natural History Association is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting education, interpretation, research, and the natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Devils Postpile National Monument, Lake Kaweah, and other areas of the National Park System

  • The Sequoia Natural History Association is committed to enriching the experiences of visitors and promoting public awareness of the significance of national parks through educational programs, publications, and financial support

  • Mineral Peak - Sequoia National Park Photo by Stephen Hayden Planning a trip to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks? Check out our vacation packages to help get you started

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    Sequoia National Park Lodging, Kings Canyon National Park Lodging ...
    Offers lodging with views of the estate vineyard. Rates, photos, and local activities.

  • Sequoia View Bed & Breakfast, located on 20 acres with an estate vineyard, is named for its panoramic views of nearby Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

  • Visitors have an abundant choice of activities to enjoy due to our location on the Blossom Trail and proximity to the Kings River and national parks

    Sequoia National Park Lodging
    Offers information about accommodations located near the entrances to Sequoia/Kings
    Canyon National Park, near Sequoia National Forest, and in Visalia.

  • | Home Page | Looking for unique lodging near Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks? During your visit to, or the, we invite you to stay at one of our fine bed and breakfast lodging accommodations

  • Lodging for the entire family can be found in our comfortable and personally maintained homestays and inns located close to both National Park entrances and adjacent to the National Forest and the National Monument

  • Look at our up-to-date listings for bed and breakfasts in the Sierra Nevada foothills for the towns of Three Rivers, Lemon Cove, and Woodlake within 30 minutes of the main entrance to Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks at Ash Mountain on Highway 198, in the towns of Orange Cove, Sanger near the northern entrance to Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks at Grant Grove along Highway 180, in close proximity to Sequoia National Forest and Sequoia National Monument in Springville and Camp Nelson along Highway 190

  • Main Entrance to National Park located within 40 minutes of the Ash Mountain entrance to Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks, along California State Highway 198

  • North Entrance to National Park within 45 minutes of the Grant Grove northern entrance to Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks, along California State Highway 180

    Boyden Cavern
    Offers 45-minute guided tour. Includes hours, fees, discount coupon, classroom
    program, FAQs and contacts. Gift shop and picnic area on premises.

  • Please be aware that to get to Boyden Cavern, you must drive into Sequoia National Park where the National Park Service charges each vehicle $10

  • This will take you to our page which contains links to other sites, including the National Park Service's pages on Kings Canyon, Giant Sequoia National Forest

  • Kings Canyon Road, Kings Canyon National Park, California 93633 NOTE: This is the physical address

    Sequoia Foothills Chamber of Commerce
    Directory of local merchants.

  • Come See What's In Our Back Yard! Three Rivers & Lemon Cove California Home Sequoia Foothills Chamber of Commerce Join us in celebrating a whole new world of community involvement as a Chamber of Commerce OUR OFFICE IS NOW OPEN Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - 10am to 4pm Saturday & Sunday - 11am to 3pm Three Rivers Historical Society Museum Just minutes from the entrance to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, you can enjoy year round camping, boating, fishing, and picnicking, as well as hiking, and horseback riding


    The History Place - Best of Ansel Adams
    Features scenic photos taken from 1933-1942.

  • The Tetons and Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

  • McDonald Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

  • Close-up of leaves, Glacier National Park, Montana

  • View with rock formation in foreground, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

  • Jackson Lake in foreground, with Teton Range in background, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

  • Grassy valley, tree covered mountain side and snow covered peaks, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

  • Valley, snow covered mountains in background, Glacier National Park, Montana

  • Canyon and ravine, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

  • Looking down toward peak formations, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

  • Formations along the wall of the Big Room, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

  • Mary's Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

  • View of a curved cliff, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

  • Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

  • Geyser pool, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

  • "Old Faithful" geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Welcome to Sequoia Motel gateway to Sequoia National Park
    Features 14 rooms including cabins. Includes photographs, rates and amenities.

  • Welcome to Sequoia Motel only 4 miles from the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park where the General Sherman and General Grant Trees live

  • send email to Did you know the Sequoia Motel and the Sequoia National Park are only 3 and a half hours from the Los Angeles area? SPECIAL OCCASSION OR WEDDING AT THE WHITE HORSE INN? WHY NOT STAY ACROSS THE STREET AT THE SEQUOIA MOTEL? Did you know you could sit back, relax and leave the driving to Sequoia Sightseeing Tours? check out their website at Sequoia Motel is featured in the French travel guide book 'Le Guide du Routard' WE ARE NOT ONE OF THE BIG GUYS ie., HILTON, HOLIDAY EXPRESS OR EVEN THE BEST WESTERN

  • FOR RESERVATION INQUIRIES AND COMMENTS YOU CAN REACH US AT: Come relax, enjoy the flower gardens and swimming pool after a great day of exploring Three Rivers and Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Park

    American Park Network: Your Complete Guide To The Parks, National ...
    Publisher of visitor guide magazines offers information on trip planning,
    reservations and family activities.

    National Parks Gallery
    Provides photos, maps, amenities listings and park news.

    National Park Lodging & Travel Services
    Information about lodging facilities near several national parks. Online reservation
    form available.

  • or Local Calls 559-561-0410 Sequoia - Kings Canyon National Parks General Info 559-565-3341 / Camping 800-365-2267 Yosemite National Park General Info 209-372-0200 / Camping 800-436-7275 ...Association Memberships & License Information..

  • Providing National Park Lodging and accommodations in and around the following United States National Parks; Death Valley National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park

  • Along with National Park Lodging we also handle a full range of cruises with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Princess Cruise Line, Holland America Cruise Line, Cruise West, NCL and more Complete tours from two days to three months for all locations around the world including hiking tours, small boat tours and rail trips with links to information on Collette Vacations and Sequoia Sightseeing Tours in addition to our National Park Lodging Rediscover America with a visit to the National Parks, a coastal cruise or a tour of places you only thought were in all those other countries

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    Offering llama hikes, meals included, to Yosemite, Sierra and Sequoia/Kings Canyon
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  • Each of these experiences could be yours on an unforgettable llama trek to beautiful Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks of the California Central Sierras this summer! Yosemite / Sequoia / King's Canyon Wilderness Llama Treks Experience a variety of wooded areas, green meadows, and mountainous terrain

    Rainbow Expeditions II - backpacking treks and wilderness retreats
    Backpacking treks and wilderness meditation retreats in the canyons of the Navajo
    Nation in Arizona and southeastern Utah.

  • The Sierra Nevada of California was my home during 16 years as a backcountry ranger in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

  • COMPLETED Sequoia National Park, California

  • SPACE FOR ONE MORE RETREATANT! Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, California August 4 - 13 (10 days) - Moderately Strenuous

  • A 50-mile hike through the old growth forests, ragged peaks, lake basins and glaciated granite canyons in the western part of these National Parks

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    Thousands of summer jobs and winter jobs at national and state parks, ski resorts,
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  • Resort, retail, guest service jobs in Yosemite, Sequoia or Death Valley National Parks

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  • Seeking employees who love the heat, the unique environment, and guest service below sea level!  Lodges, restaurants, gift shops, and grocery markets in Kings Canyon National Park and the Giant Sequoia National Monument  Cooks, Kitchen, Housekeeping, Camp Counselors, Lifeguards, Equestrian Staff, Front Desk, Maintenance & Instructors ~ Sequoia-Kings Canyon Nat'l Park area


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