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Ok winter may not be ideal given road closures and weather, but there are still some great vistas. Technically most of Kings canyon is closed but you can still view a few main attractions on the way in from the west in the national forest...More
Entered at Big Stump entrance after a beautiful drive up, up, up. The first big tree we saw was amazing. Stopped to get pictures. Went to visitor center. Had though we would take a short hike to the General Grant, but ranger said that we...More
A fun scenic drive. Not that many places to stop by on the way down so better fill up your gas tank. Nice waterfall at the end. Definitely worth a half day trip to take a break from the Sequoias and crowds.
The Kings Canyon drive from Sequoia national Park is really nice with great views. The only thing is that 35 odd mile drive can feel like 80 miles due to many winding up/down route with speed limit around 35 or so. if driving on such...More
We spent three days in Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks in our Grand Sport Corvette. The roads and sights were made to travel this way! From the road leading into the park (from Fresno), all the way to the end of the road in...More
We visited the park in early October 2018. For those that don't know, there are two parts to Kings Canyon National Park. Grants Grove is the original park, and covers the area surrounding the giant sequoia groves around Grants Grove. It's quite small considering the...More
I am currently touring through Washington, Oregon, and California visiting all of the National Parks. Sequoia NP had road construction, but every two hours the crew would open the road and let visitors pass through from one area of the park to the next. A...More
King's Canyon may work well for you! The Cedar Lodge is a short walk down the road from one of the campgrounds and a ranger station, maybe a 5 minute walk to the other side of the creek. Campers regularly come to the... More
King's Canyon may work well for you! The Cedar Lodge is a short walk down the road from one of the campgrounds and a ranger station, maybe a 5 minute walk to the other side of the creek. Campers regularly come to the Lodge for camp supplies in the little shop, or to eat at the Lodge's "snack shop" for a hot breakfast, a packed sandwich for the trail or a quick dinner (burgers, chili). The rooms in the Lodge, although you have to step outside to get to them from the shop & dining area, are warm and comfy but certainly not luxurious so hopefully your dad would like it.