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Escape the rat race for trees as high as skyscrapers and America’s tallest peak, Mount Whitney. In the Sierra Nevada, there’s a whole lot of stunning to discover and some great places to stay near Sequoia National Park. A car is the easiest way to travel between sites, but walking gets you close to the beauty and magnificence of this Land of the Giants. During summer, a free shuttle bus runs between the major attractions. The entrance fee includes access to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon Park, and you can prepay online or pay on the day by credit card or cash. Long and large vehicles may need to use the Big Stump entrance from Fresno because the road from the Ash Mountain entrance is narrow and winding. Fresno Yosemite International Airport is 1hr ¾ from the park, and Visalia Municipal Airport is an hour away.
For Sequoia National Park hotels, you could stay in wooden lodges in Lodgepole or cute cabins in Grant Grove, where you’ll also find visitor centers, stores, and campgrounds that mostly operate on a first-come, first-served basis in the summer. There are places to stay near Sequoia National Park, too, with offering well-priced lodges and plenty of log-cabin style vacation rentals in Three Rivers. Hotels in Visalia are close enough for day trips in and out of the park.
Choose a bubbling hot tub in a vacation rental or snuggle in your feather-soft bed at one of the luxury hotels near Sequoia National Park—take your pick of 176 properties at Expedia. Prices start at just $81 rising to $349 for top-end accommodation. Just enter your travel details and hit the search button, then use the filters to narrow your search by property type, price, neighborhood, amenities, and more. Once you’ve compared and found the one, simply click and book.
From the warm foothills to chilly alpine peaks, you get the real wilderness experience when you stay in Sequoia National Park. Book a tour of Crystal Cave to explore its beautiful formations and many chambers. Get up close to the towering sequoia trees at Giant Forest and say ‘hi’ to General Sherman, who stands 275ft tall and is 2000 years old. Guided horseback riding in summer is a lovely way to feel close to nature. Use Expedia to see the wood for the trees and plan your perfect Sequoia National Park trip.