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Big Stump Entrance Kings Canyon Adventure Sport hotels in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California

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Homewood Suites by Hilton Fresno Airport-Clovis - Clovis Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Homewood Suites by Hilton Fresno Airport-Clovis

835 Gettysburg Ave, Clovis - Map
 
 
"The mist beatiful hotel where i stayed."
Thanks Hillton hotel!!! All my friends are so happy to stay there.
A Traveller
Conveniently located in Clovis California the Homewood Suites by Hilton Clovis hotel is on the corner of Clovis Ave and …More
Montecito Sequoia Lodge - Sequoia National Park Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Montecito Sequoia Lodge

63410 General's Hwy, Sequoia National Park - Map
 
 
"Mountain views"
Excellent staff who deliver high standard of customer service and are very knowledgeable. Full board, meals very nice and If you're out for the day you can request for a lunch pack. I stayed in a cabin, very nice size, shared bathroom which was fine. Many activities you can do, has its own lake and swimming pool. Would recommend anyone to stay here.
Emma from england
Montecito Sequoia Lodge is located at 7,400 feet in Sequoia National Forest, just minutes away from the fabled Giant …More

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    Pocket Guide: Big Stump Entrance Kings Canyon, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Adventure Sport Hotels

    Big Stump Entrance leads into Kings Canyon National Park and Grant Grove Visitor Center and Village. Nearby General Grant Tree carries the distinctions of being a designated National Shrine, the Nation's Christmas Tree, and the world's third largest tree. A walk on the Big Stump Basin Trail reveals the remains of early sequoia logging, during which one-third of the ancient trees were cut down.

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