Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks


This landscape testifies to nature's size, beauty, and diversity - huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world's largest trees.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks lie side-by-side in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of the San Joaquin Valley. Visitor activities vary by season and elevation (1,370 to 14,494 feet).


Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks is open all year. Enter Sequoia National Park via Hwy. 198 near Three Rivers, CA. Enter Kings Canyon National Park via Hwy. 180 east from Fresno in Grant Grove. The main road between the parks is called the "Generals Highway."

Length Advisory - Vehicles Entering/Exiting Sequoia Nationl Park via Generals Highway and Hwy. 198 follow the recommendations below for your safety and the safety of others:

-Vehicles longer than 22 ft. are not advised between Potwisha Campground and the Giant Forest Museum in Sequoia National Park. -Vehicles longer than 24 ft. are not advised between the Foothills Visitor Center and Potwisha Campground in Sequoia National Park.

The section of road to and from the "Big Trees" in Giant Forest was built from 1921-1926 and was not constructed to accommodate longer vehicles.

For important park alerts visit or call (24-hours) 559-565-3341 for more info.




Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks 47050 Generals Highway

Three Rivers, CA 932719700


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