Kings Canyon National Park

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are two national parks in California. They have been jointly administered since 1943. They have a … See more

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May 11, 2024
There's not much I can say about these beautiful national parks that hasn't been aid before. We visited the first week of May, which was probably too early. We were to that here was road constructi… Full review by Sailorsgirl
Apr 9, 2024
This is a great place for those who love nature and enjoy outdoors. Is so beautiful!!! If you’re driving close is well worth it to make a stop and enjoy such a beautiful place! Full review by July L
Jan 2, 2024
You would not go wrong where nature leads you. Amazing sight from every corners. If you like hiking and away from the city I also recommend staying somewhere close to the three river Airbnb, which w… Full review by Gay L
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My wife Catherine will be visiting Kings Canyon and Sequoia National park in late July. We are both seniors, what do …
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My wife Catherine will be visiting Kings Canyon and Sequoia National park in late July. We are both seniors, what do you recommend for both of these parks Thanks Howard Moore
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My husband and I (late 70s, numerous hip and knee surgeries) were there in May. A lot of the parks, mostly in Kings Canyon, were still closed because of the flooding and landslides . …
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My husband and I (late 70s, numerous hip and knee surgeries) were there in May. A lot of the parks, mostly in Kings Canyon, were still closed because of the flooding and landslides . Check the park web site for up-to-date information. We stayed at Buckeye Tree lodge in Three Rivers, just a few miles outside the Foothills Visitor Center. Highly recommend both the lodge and the town. Both parks have lots of trails, ranging from handicap-accessible paved or smooth dirt -- our speed! -- up to mountain-goat level. Too many to name here. Hume Lake is lovely, easy to get to, walk as much of the loop trail as you like, or just relax in one of the lakeside Adirondack-style loungers and watch the loons. Not to miss is the General Sherman Tree and the Giants Forest, both just off the General's Highway. You can wander among the trees on smooth trails that give you a real idea of the size of these biggies. Down south you can drive to Hospital Rock, good picnic spot and check out the pictographs on the rock, Also plenty of spots just pull off the road and enjoy the view. Hope you enjoy your trip. Cathy Martindale
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Answer by Catherine M · Jun 24, 2023
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Hi we planning to visit on 4th - 6th for 2 nights. We will be getting the train from San Diego to LA union Station. I was …
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Hi we planning to visit on 4th - 6th for 2 nights. We will be getting the train from San Diego to LA union Station. I was wondering what is the best way to get to the Park from LA Union Train station? We thought about hiring a car but as there is 11 of us and with luggage we would have to hire 2 vans. ( As we are from the UK and travelling to San Diego 4 nights then 2 nights in Sequoia and then returning to LA for 3 final nights. As it's early May is the park shuttle bus running and is there any other transport for us to get there other than car? Our plan is to book the Wuksachi Lodge. Thanks
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I don't know of any way to reach the park except by car/van. Sequoia and Kings Canyon are connected by the Nat Park Hwy so that is easy. Your Lodge is a great choice. Only 1 …
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I don't know of any way to reach the park except by car/van. Sequoia and Kings Canyon are connected by the Nat Park Hwy so that is easy. Your Lodge is a great choice. Only 1 lodge/ park to stay in . Was there Fall 2022. Both are great to visit. Spend at least 3-4 days to really explore
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Answer by Colleen Z · Feb 2, 2023
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