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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Cabins  

There's nothing like staying someplace new with the comforts of home at your fingertips. Rent one of these cabins near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks:

Hotels near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Treat yourself to a room at the Montecito Sequoia Lodge or the John Muir Lodge. Located within Kings Canyon National Park, these retreats are a favorite among many travelers.

Not too far away is the town of Visalia. It offers a nice selection of hotels, including the Wyndham Visalia and the Best Western Visalia Hotel

Motels near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks 

We know sometimes the budget is tight. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of nearby motels where you can enjoy the vacation of your dreams for less:

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Tours & Things to Do 

If you’re ready to explore the splendor of the area, a Death Valley Small Group Day Tour from Las Vegas is worth signing up for. 

With so many fascinating things to see, you may want to consider extending your vacation. Spark your sense of wonder with a visit to Giant Forest or make a beeline for General Sherman Tree. Kings Canyon and Moro Rock are two other awesome sights not to be missed. 

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks facts

  • The black bear is just one of the native animals to keep a lookout for in this protected area.
  • Sequoia National Park was established in 1890 and Kings Canyon in 1940. The parks have been administered jointly since 1943.
  • These dazzling natural landscapes cover an area of 1,353 square miles. 
  • Entrance fees apply. See the official website for details. 
  • The parks are open every day of the year, with summer attracting the biggest crowds.

Where are Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks located? 

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are located in southern Sierra Nevada, California. They lie roughly 58 miles to the east of the city of Fresno and about 84 miles north of Bakersfield. 

How to get to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks 

  • The closest major airport is Fresno Yosemite International Airport, approximately 55 miles west.  
  • Hiking and driving are popular ways of exploring both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

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