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Sequoia National Park Vacation: Coronavirus Information

Most Sequoia National Park hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.

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Sequoia National Park Vacation Packages

See some of the largest and oldest living organisms on earth in parkland filled with trees, mountains, caves and beautiful views. 

California’s Sequoia National Park provides dual attractions of gigantic trees and fascinating geological features. View wide trunks of giant sequoias and tip your head far back to see their tops high in the sky. 

Gather friends to determine how many people are needed to make a circle around a sequoia. For a different perspective, drive your car through “Tunnel Log,” a fallen sequoia on Crescent Meadow Road. Stop for a quiet picnic amid colorful wildflowers.

Visit Giant Forest Museum for information about the biology and history of the sequoias. From the museum, walk along the Big Trees Trail, an interpretive 0.6-mile (1-kilometer) paved loop through a sequoia grove. The statistics on sequoias are impressive. Some trees are 3,000 years old. These evergreens grow to 300 feet (90 meters) in height and 40 feet (12 meters) in diameter. Look for General Sherman, the largest known sequoia in the United States.  

Find challenging hikes throughout the park. The Foothills section parallels the Kaweah River. Mineral King, once mined for silver, offers great backpacking up a steep valley. Along the lengthy and scenic Little Five Lakes Trail you’ll see peaks over 12,000 feet (3,600 meters) tall. In winter, snowshoe or cross-country ski on over 40 miles (60 kilometers) of marked trails. For views of Mt. Whitney, make the strenuous day hike to 11,200-foot (3,400-meter) Alta Peak.

Lodgepole Village near the park’s western entrance has a market and visitors center. Purchase tickets here to tour Crystal Cave, a 10,000-year-old formation carved by an underground river. Take advantage of ranger-led tours and talks. Learn how forest fires support preservation of these long-lived tree species.

Sequoia National Park and nearby Kings Canyon National Park are located in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains and are open year-round. Purchase a daily pass that allows entry to both parks or buy an annual interagency pass for access to all U.S. national parks.

Forward-thinking leaders created Sequoia National Park in 1890 to ensure preservation of these amazing specimens for future generations. Come appreciate trees that were already giants when your grandparents visited the country’s second established national park.

*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.com from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.

What are the advantages of a road trip to Sequoia National Park? 

There’s nothing quite like a Sequoia National Park road trip. And Expedia makes it easy for you to turn all those road trip ideas into reality. You can find cheap deals on hotels in Sequoia National Park or bundle your hotels with car rentals to save even more. With our Sequoia National Park packages, you’ll find hitting the highway for that road trip adventure is more affordable than ever.  

How to plan a road trip to Sequoia National Park? 

Planning a road trip can feel daunting, especially when you’ll be making multiple bookings for your itinerary. But you can find car rentals and low rates on hotels all in one place— Expedia. How you plan your road trip depends on what’s important to you. People love to take road trips to experience the great outdoors, bond with friends or family and see more of the world. When planning, bundle your car rental and hotel into one discounted package to maximize savings on both. Or, leave room for spontaneity, booking what you need when you need it with our last-minute deals.  

What to do on a road trip to Sequoia National Park? 

When taking a road trip adventure, it’s best to plan how you want to spend your time on your road trip itinerary. We don’t want you to miss out on any of the best things to do in Sequoia National Park. You can book all the road trip activities on your Sequoia National Park wishlist, and even plan activities along your route as well.  

How to rent a car for a road trip to Sequoia National Park? 

For an epic road trip, you'll need the perfect car. Renting a car for a road trip is the best option that doesn’t put miles or strain on your vehicle, and especially when it's also so affordable. Because when you book on Expedia, it doesn't need to be expensive. You can pick up a cheap car rental and head out to one of these incredible vacation rentals in Sequoia National Park. And when you bundle car rentals with hotel stays, you'll save even more on each part of your journey.


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Best Lodging Options Near Sequoia National Park

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Wuksachi Lodge
Reviewed on Apr 13, 2020
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Wuksachi Lodge

Wuksachi Lodge

64740 Wuksachi Way Wuksachi Vi, Sequoia National Park, CA
     
    4.0 of 5
    2.5 out of 5.0 Stars

    It was great and really loved staying Wuksachi Lodge.

    Comfort Inn & Suites Sequoia/Kings Canyon $129
    Reviewed on Mar 17, 2020
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    Comfort Inn & Suites Sequoia/Kings Canyon

    Comfort Inn & Suites Sequoia/Kings Canyon

    40820 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, CA
       
      3.9 of 5
      2.5 out of 5.0 Stars

      When I made my reservation on Expedia I send a message to the hotel via the Expedia App that I desired to stay on the top floor because I was going to be there for a week. When I arrived the hotel did not receive the Expedia message; Expedia suggested in the future I not use there App. BUT, the hotel ...

      Sequoia Riverfront Cabins $82
      Reviewed on Mar 4, 2020
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      Sequoia Riverfront Cabins

      Sequoia Riverfront Cabins

      Kaweah Genral Store, 40462 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA
         
        2.9 of 5
        2.5 out of 5.0 Stars

        I loved it awesome very quiet clean. The back river view the best.

        Sierra Lodge $125
        Reviewed on May 15, 2020
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        Sierra Lodge

        Sierra Lodge

        43175 Sierra Dr, Three Rivers, CA
           
          3.2 of 5
          2.0 out of 5.0 Stars

          Great location. Great gentleman running it. Nothing fancy.

          The Gateway Restaurant & Lodge $199
          Reviewed on Jan 3, 2020
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          The Gateway Restaurant & Lodge

          The Gateway Restaurant & Lodge

          45978 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA
             
            3.5 of 5
            2.5 out of 5.0 Stars

            This charming place is quaint, homey and has the best location in the area for all the outdoor activities I can think of. THEY TAKE DOGS TOO! It's beautiful any time of year. We stayed over Christmas this last trip. The weather was pleasant here and just outside the southern entrance to the Sequoias. ...

            Historic Stansfield Cabin with Wi-Fi, NO Cleaning Fee & Easy self-checkin $157
            Reviewed on Apr 6, 2020
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            Historic Stansfield Cabin with Wi-Fi, NO Cleaning Fee & Easy self-checkin

            Historic Stansfield Cabin with Wi-Fi, NO Cleaning Fee & Easy self-checkin

            Miramonte, CA
               
              4.3 of 5
              0.0 out of 5.0 Stars

              Super cozy and beautiful views. Would love to stay again in the future!

              Storybook Log Cabin near Sequoia National Park
              Reviewed on Apr 6, 2020
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              Storybook Log Cabin near Sequoia National Park

              Storybook Log Cabin near Sequoia National Park

              Three Rivers, CA
                 
                5.0 of 5
                0.0 out of 5.0 Stars

                Our family of 4 was very comfortable during our two night stay. Things were beginning to lock down in the area due to COVID-19 but we were able to get groceries and enjoyed cooking meals there. It was clean and had games for us to play. I highly recommend.

                Sequoia Resort
                Reviewed on Jan 2, 2020
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                Sequoia Resort

                Sequoia Resort

                50616 Highway 245, Badger, CA
                   
                  4.4 of 5
                  3.0 out of 5.0 Stars

                  super quiet and beautiful the place was clean and had everything we needed. loved our stay at the sequoia resort.

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