Sequoia National Park
Sequoia National Park is the park of superlatives. Visitors from Fresno can access the park through the same entrance as Kings Canyon, then head south on Highway 198.Entry to the Park is $30. Within the park is the largest living on earth– the General Sherman Tree. At approximately 2.7 million pounds, this mammoth tree is a sight to behold. The General Sherman is located in The Giant Forest, which is the largest grove of Giant Sequoia Trees on earth, and a must see attraction. Nearby, Moro Rock is a large granite dome offering an unparalleled view of the Great Western Divide and its many canyons. Also in Sequoia National Park is the famous Mt. Whitney. At 14,494 feet, it is the highest point in the contiguous United States. For more information call (559) 565-3341 or visit www.nps.gov/seki
Places and Attractions Map
Places and Attractions Listing
Big Trees Trail Sequoia National Park, CA 93262
This 2/3 mile (1 km) trail circles Round Meadow.
64740 Wuksachi Way Sequoia National Park, California 93262
Not every Sequoia National Park vista point is “under the sun.” There’s another Sequoia, just below the surface. Crystal Cave is a treasure-cavern of ornate marble polished by subterranean streams and decorated with curtains of icicle-like stalactites and mounds of stalagmites.
47050 Generals Hwy Three Rivers, California 93271
General Sherman Tree Three Rivers, California 93271
The General Sherman Tree, the world’s largest tree, is the prime visitor attraction in Giant Forest.
Wolverton Rd. Sequoia National Park, 93262
Like no other place on Earth, the Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park is alive with mystery and wonder.
Generals Hwy Fresno, California 93271
The Giant Forest Museum provides a basic introduction to the primary features of Giant Forest including its giant sequoias, meadows, and human history.
64740 Wuksachi Way Three Rivers, California 93271
The Lodgepole Visitor Center provides information, exhibits, books, and maps that can help you plan your visit to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Mineral King Rd Sequoia National Park, California 93262
Mineral King Valley is the home to many of the amazing sites that make Sequoia National Park famous such as Monarch Lakes, Crystal Lake, Timber Gap, and more!
Moro Rock Three Rivers, CA 93262
Wolverton Rd Sequoia National Park, CA 93262
Wolverton Meadow is Sequoia National Park’s go-to snow playground, with a large snow play area perfect for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding.
Tokopah Falls Sequoia National Park, CA
The trail to Tokopah Falls starts just beyond the Marble Fork Bridge in Lodgepole Campground. It is an easy 1.7 mile (one way) walk along the Marble Fork of the Kaweah River to the impressive granite cliffs and waterfall of Tokopah Canyon.
Wolverton Cutoff Loop Sequoia National Park, California 93262
This route combines the two best parts of Sequoia National Park — alpine scenery and giant sequoias — into an exceptionally enjoyable hike with a nice progression of different environments. It's a great introduction to the park.