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Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park, California

Honestly, there is so much natural beauty and so much to see at this park, it’s hard to fathom where to begin. Sweeping canyons with sunset-red rock carve through the landscape; tranquil lakes lie, Read more...
Honestly, there is so much natural beauty and so much to see at this park, it’s hard to fathom where to begin. Sweeping canyons with sunset-red rock carve through the landscape; tranquil lakes lie, still and quiet, in the shadow of great, craggy peaks; towering expanses of pine give way suddenly to peaceful meadows, spotted with babbling streams and waterfalls. Eight hundred miles of trails wind up and down with the landscape, bringing something new with every turn. There is an overwhelming presence of truly being in the wild here, where you could walk for miles and miles and never see another person. With this, of course, comes endless opportunities for exploration and adventure. Hikers and equestrians can follow whichever path calls to them, the courageous can try their hand at whitewater kayaking, anglers can fly-fish in one of the many sparkling waterways, and nearly a mile of caves brings to life an ancient and haunting world below your feet. Even if you stand completely still, you can take in the rich array of wildlife that call this park home during the day, and gaze up at the galaxy as the stars soar around you, unfettered by the light and noise of human bustle. Breathtakingly beautiful, this is definitely a park you don’t want to miss.
Sentinel Campground
This campground has a lovely spot in the canyon along the South Fork of the Kings River, meaning you...
Moraine Campground
Moraine Campground is also located on the Middle Fork of the Kings River, and at 120 sites, it is one...
Sheep Creek Campground
William Ray
William Ray: Sheep's Creek is THE spot to camp in King's Canyon. One can fall asleep to the sound of rushing...
Sunset Campground
Jeremy
Jeremy: We showed up on a Friday morning in July without a reservation and had our pick of about 4 sites that...
Canyon View Campground
The best feature of this campground is in its name, and the vista certainly doesn’t disappoint! This...
Azalea Campground
Jocelyn
Jocelyn: Azalea is one of the easiest to access from the main entrance to Sequoia / Kings Canyon! We loved this...
Crystal Springs Campground
This spot is located about 4 miles into the park from the entrance near Grant Grove, close to Azalea...
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Lodgepole Campground
Peter
Peter: Lodgepole is one of the best campgrounds in Sequoia National Park. Much more favorable summer...
Sycamore Arch & Turtle Flat
Manel
Manel: River Ridge Ranch is a special treat. This is a spot you enjoy whether you are an experienced camper...
Dinkey Creek Campground
Jeff
Jeff: Pay showers are available just outside of the camp at the general store.Wasps (AKA meat bees) can be...
Lone Pine Campground
Clara
Clara: The Alabama Hills/Lone Pine are a great location to view the Leonid Meteor Showers in mid November.
Old Yosemite Base Camp
Lesha
Lesha: Nice site, off in the woods with beautiful views, fire pit with cooking grill over the top, plenty of...
Hume Lake Campground
Jennifer
Jennifer: We stayed here on a Saturday, it was a very pretty campsite. However, the spots fill up quickly so I...
Overnighter
Mike
Mike: This place is great -- a beautiful piece of oak woodland situated at the mouth of two amazing National...
Mt. Whitney Trailhead Campground
Alyx
Alyx: This walk-in backpackers campground is the perfect spot to acclimatize and stage your Whitney summit....
Cold Springs Campground
Desiree
Desiree: After what seemed like hours on a narrow windy mountain road, 7/29 we arrived 10am on Friday and were...
Dorst Creek Campground
Kristen
Kristen: Arrived late afternoon on a Friday in mid-August. Even with the forest fire relocated reservations we ...
Quercus Cabin
Michaela
Michaela: My boyfriend and I came to this site to celebrate our anniversary. Little did we know, this campsite...
Potwisha Campground
Clara
Clara: I was a Sequoia newbie when my small dog and I arrived in the park after dark in the . We camped one...
Big Trees Campground
It’s true, the trees are pretty darn big over here at Big Trees Campground. But there’s more to this...
Onion Valley Campground
Nathan
Nathan: Definitely not recommended for RVs or Trailers...not only because the road to the campground is an...
Mono Hot Springs Campground
Fresh Off
Fresh Off: Be sure to take the 1 mi hike to Doris Lake - it's a great place to swim - warmer than the river! -...
Redwood Ranch
Nicole
Nicole: This is a little piece of paradise that seems too good to be true. Swimming holes, healing cool...
Upper Pines Campground
Courtney
Courtney: Upper Pines: not for getting away from people. You are crammed in. People will walk through your camps...
Stony Creek Campground
Christopher
Christopher: Located right in between Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Stony Creek Campground is actually...
Princess Campground
Rob
Rob: Bigger sites spread further apart for privacy than the nearby NPS campgrounds, and often much less...
Bishop Park Campground
Picture yourself pitching your tent on a grassy underbrush right next to the slow rushing Bishop...