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Sequoia-
Kings Canyon

Park Services Company

 

 

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are located approximately halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The parks are about a 5 to 6 hour drive from either direction. The parks are approximately one and a half hours from Fresno, CA.


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Driving Directions for Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
Big Stump Entrance (Main entrance for Kings Canyon and "back door" for Sequoia):

NOTE: We DO NOT recommend taking Hwy 245.  It is 31 miles of a zigzag, winding road with speed limits of 15 mph.  Some computer maps suggest this route as the "shorter route".  We suggest you use Hwy 180 which is a significantly easier road to drive and is traveled at approximately 45-55 mph.

For Stony Creek Lodge & Montecito Sequoia Lodge
The Generals Highway, Giant Sequoia National Monument

Take Hwy 99 to Fresno. Then take Hwy 180 East about 53 miles to the Big Stump park entrance. Once you've paid your ($20) entry fee to the parks, continue on Hwy 180 for 1.7 miles, then veer right at "The Wye" onto the Generals Highway, towards Sequoia National Park. Follow the Generals Highway for approximately 11.7 miles. The Stony Creek Lodge entrance will be on your right.

Entrance Fees
Please note that visitors pay only one entrance fee to visit both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

Entrance to the parks is $20 per vehicle; $10 per person for pedestrians or cyclists. The entrance fee allows access to the parks for seven days. A fee for commercial vehicles is based on vehicle capacity.

A Sequoia/Kings Canyon Annual Pass is offered for $30, good for one year from the month of purchase. The America the Beautiful Annual Pass provides access to all national parks for $80. The Senior Pass is a pass for U.S. citizens or permanent residents 62 years or older. This pass provides access to all Federal recreation sites for a lifetime. U.S. citizens or permanent residents with disabilities may obtain an Access Pass with documentation. The pass is free of charge and good for a lifetime.

 

 

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