Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Lodging

Wuksachi Lodge Lodge is located in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park. The modern lodge offers 102 guest rooms, a full-service restaurant, cocktail lounge and a retail and ski shop. The lodge is located two miles from Lodgepole Village and four miles from Giant Forest Museum. Hiking trails from the lodge lead to Cahoon Meadow, Twin Lakes, and Lodgepole.

John Muir Lodge, in Grant Grove Village in the Grant Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park, offers 36 hotel rooms and a restaurant. The lodge is ½ mile (.8km) from a sequoia grove, visitor center, market, restaurant, gift shop, and post office. Hiking trails in the area lead to the General Grant Tree, Panoramic Point, and other Grant Grove features.

The Grant Grove Cabins Lodge are in the Grant Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park, ½ mile (.8 km) from a sequoia grove, visitor center, market, restaurant, gift shop, and post office. Guests can choose from six types of cabins, some of which are available year-round. At an elevation of 6,500 feet (1,980 m), this area is snowy in winter and tire chains may be needed during winter storms. The Cedar Grove area of Kings Canyon National Park is open from spring through fall.

Cedar Grove Lodge is located deep in Kings Canyon at an elevation of 4,600 feet (1402 m). The lodge offers 21 hotel rooms, a counter-service restaurant, market, and gift shop. The lodge is also within walking distance of Cedar Grove's visitor center.

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