About Fresno County

Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park lies 55 miles east of Fresno on Highway 180 ($30 entry fee). Within the Park visitors will find giant canyons, serene lakes, majestic waterfalls and beautiful mountain meadows.

At 8,200 feet deep Kings Canyon is 2,000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon. The white water of the Kings River is an awesome sight to behold as it rushes between the granite canyon walls. Kings Canyon National Park is also home to the General Grant Tree, the third largest tree in the world, also called the “Nation’s Christmas Tree". For more information call (559) 565-3341 or visit www.nps.gov/seki.



Places and Attractions Map


Places and Attractions Listing

Boyden Cavern

74101 E Kings Canyon Grant Grove, CA 93633

Cedar Grove

Cedar Grove Kings Canyon National Park, California

Cedar Grove Stables

108300 Cedar Ln Kings Canyon National Park, CA 93262

General Grant Tree

General Grant Tree Kings Canyon National Park, California

Grant Grove Stables

Grant Grove King Canyon National Park, CA 93633

Grant Grove Visitors Center

86728 California 180 Kings Canyon National Park, CA

Mist Falls Trail

Mist Falls Kings Canyon National Park, CA

Panoramic Point

Panoramic Point Kings Canyon National Park, California

Redwood Canyon

Redwood Canyon Kings Canyon National Park, CA

Zumwalt Meadow

Zumwalt Meadows Kings Canyon National Park, California