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Wuksachi Lodge
2.5 out of 5
64740 Wuksachi Way Wuksachi Vi, Sequoia National Park, CA
The price is $238 per night
4/5Very Good! (999 reviews)

"It was great and really loved staying Wuksachi Lodge."…"

Reviewed on Apr 13, 2020

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Cheap Hotels in Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park has cheap accommodation options and a range of things to see and do, making it a great vacation choice for budget-conscious travelers. You can find ways to save money while getting to know this destination, which is home to attractions like Congress Trailhead, General Sherman Tree, and Crystal Cave.

When it comes to affordable places to stay in Sequoia National Park, you'll find some budget hotels in the area. Book a room for a bargain at this highly-rated option:

Wuksachi Lodge - 2.5-star hotel. You'll find free WiFi, free parking, and a restaurant at this property. Guests who stay here appreciate its spacious rooms and convenient parking.

Planning Your Trip to Sequoia National Park

Still picking travel dates? Use these temperature and rainfall averages to get an idea of the best months to visit so you can maximize your time.

  • Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 98°F
  • Coldest months: December, January, November, and February, with an average temperature of 39°F
  • Rainiest months: January, March, February, and December, with an average rainfall of 1.93 inches
  • Driest months: May, October, April, and November, with an average rainfall of 0.72 inches

Sightseeing In and Around Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park draws tourists with its fantastic dining options and hiking trails, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the local attractions that interest you most, and then make time for activities that cost little or nothing at all. Enjoy the local natural beauty at Congress Trailhead and General Sherman Tree, or check out the area's cultural spots like Giant Forest Museum.

Travelers also like Sequoia National Park for its:
  • Forests
  • Mountain views
  • Camping
  • Parks
  • Riverfront

Frequently asked questions

What is Sequoia National Park like for travelers on a budget?
Sequoia National Park has a variety of cheap accommodations and places to visit, making it a great choice for a budget-friendly getaway. In addition to its well-known attractions like General Sherman Tree, this destination is home to Crystal Cave and The Congress Trail, which you can enjoy while spending very little.
What's the best accommodation for a budget-friendly stay in Sequoia National Park?
Based on reviews, Wuksachi Lodge is a popular 2.5-star hotel for our travelers looking for an economical choice, and features free parking and a restaurant.
What's the weather like in Sequoia National Park?
The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 80°F, while the coldest months are December and January with an average of 52°F. Average annual rainfall for Sequoia National Park is 11 inches.
What is there to see and do in Sequoia National Park?
Sequoia National Park draws tourists with its fantastic dining options and forests, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the popular local attractions that are highest on your list, such as General Sherman Tree and Sequoia National Parks Ash Mountain Entrance, and choose other low-cost activities to fill your itinerary. Enjoy the outdoors at Crystal Cave and The Congress Trail, or check out the area’s cultural spots like Giant Forest Museum.

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