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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park is a National Park in California. These are two national parks lying side by side. They are magnificent National Parks with sequoias, mountains, and waterfalls. The Sequoia National Park was formed in September 1890, and it is spread over an area of more than 631 sq. mi. The Kings Canyon National Park was formed 50 years later after the establishment of the Sequoia National Park in 1940, and it has an expanse of around 722 sq. mi.
These parks offer a wide array of activities in varied landscapes in any season. Whether you prefer a quick visit or a week-long stay in the wilderness, a quiet sunset, or a roaring river, these places can serve everyone. There are several recreational activities here, including Hiking, Backpacking, Exploring sequoia groves, picnicking, rock climbing, and much more. Five main areas are there in these parks where camping, lodging, and other services are offered. Round the year services are provided at Grant Grove, the Foothills, and Giant Forest & Lodgepole, whereas The Mineral King and Cedar Grove areas are accessible from spring through fall.
Wheelchair accessible : Yes
Open : Sunrise to Sunset