Travel Destination: Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is an excellent destination if you’re looking for the perfect place to visit this summer. The prime time to visit Sequoia National Park is from June to August, so if you’re looking for a last-minute camping trip for your family, this is the perfect spot. Learn more about this travel destination below.

Redwood trees

About Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is located in Tulare County, California, and is known for the massive sequoia trees native to the area. The park is not far from King’s Canyon National Park, so this destination is great if you’re looking for multiple places to visit. You can also see the underground crystal caves and travel through the tunnel tree while you stay.

Things to do Around Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is known for the massive trees that inhabit the area and the beautiful scenery. There are plenty of ways to experience the park, including hiking the trails we recommend the big trees trail, where you can see some of the most memorable sites in the park. You can also visit the tunnel log or take a trip to the giant forest museum to learn more about the history of the park.

Hiker, staring at the trees

RV Camping Around Sequoia National Park

Finding a good place to camp around Sequoia National Park is relatively easy, but you may want to call ahead of time to ensure you have a place to stay. The busy season for these parks is anywhere from June to late August. Below are some of our favorite campgrounds.

Recommended Campgrounds:

  • Azalea Campground
  • Crystal Springs Campground (CA)
  • Dorst Creek Campground-Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
  • Sunset Campground (CA)

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