Located in the southern end of California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, Sequoia National Park draws well over a million visitors a year. The Giant Forest area of the park is home to some of the world’s largest trees by volume, including the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree on the planet! Although giant trees are the main attraction, Sequoia National Park is also a great destination for your next wilderness adventure. Hikes and attractions in the park, and in neighboring Kings Canyon National Park, can keep you busy for days.
Taking a trip in the Sierra Mountains of California and staying one of the great Sequoia National Park campgrounds can be one of the most memorable vacations you’ll ever have. There are quite a few options in both Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park, but spending time in the forest among the trees in any of these campgrounds will prove to be a wonderful experience.