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Sequoia National Park, California
Sequoia National Park camping means camping in California’s first national park and the second one established in the United States. Chances are if you’re coming here it’s for the trees, but there Read more...
Sequoia National Park camping means camping in California’s first national park and the second one established in the United States. Chances are if you’re coming here it’s for the trees, but there are many other activities to choose from including but not limited to boating, fishing, climbing, hiking, snow spots in the winter and wildlife watching year-round. The ancient trees of Sequoia National Park are thousands of years old, and have ancestors who once lived with dinosaurs, so it’s no wonder that they need to be protected.
Camp among the giants! There are seven campgrounds at Sequoia National Park, broken out into three areas: Lodgepole and Giant Forest, the Foothills, and Mineral King area. Check individual campgrounds for seasonality restrictions, Southfork campground being the only campground open year-round for tent camping!
Reservation tips: Camping reservations can be made at Potwisha, Buckeye Flat, Lodgepole, Dorst Creek, and Sunset campgrounds. You can make reservations up to six months in advance for standard tent and RV campsites, and up to one year in advance for group sites. South Fork Campground, Atwell Mill, and Cold Springs are all first-come, first served and often fill on weekends in summer months. Try Sunday through Thursday afternoon for the best chance of grabbing an available site!