Sequoia Nat. Park

California | Est. 1890

  • $20 to enter
  • 404,064 acres
  • Forest, Mountains
  • Variable climate
  • Deer, fish, black bears

Sequoia National Park is home to the world’s largest tree by wood volume: General Sherman. Boasting a circumference of over 100 feet, this coniferious giant is truly humbling to see. Countless other sequoias dot the park as well, spaced between rock formations and soft orange ground. This national park offers hiking, camping, and focused nature education; as its located in mid-southern California the climate is hot, but the experience is worth it.

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