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Holidays in Kings Canyon National Park

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Kings Canyon National Park Vacation: Coronavirus Information

Most Kings Canyon 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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Top Kings Canyon National Park Flight & Hotel Packages

Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles Westside
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The Crescent - Beverly Hills
The Mosaic Hotel - Beverly Hills
Hollywood Historic Hotel
Mondrian Los Angeles
Hotel Normandie
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Top hotels in Kings Canyon National Park

Stony Creek Lodge
Stony Creek Lodge
3 out of 5
65569 Generals Hwy, Kings Canyon National Park, CA
3.4/5 (132 reviews)

"Stony creek is a quant lodge with great customer service. It is older, but that is part of its charm. Great location too."…"

Reviewed on 1 Sep. 2020

Stony Creek Lodge
Montecito Sequoia Lodge
Montecito Sequoia Lodge
2.5 out of 5
63410 General's Hwy, Kings Canyon National Park, CA
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$218 per night from 26 Oct. to 27 Oct.
4.1/5Very Good! (708 reviews)

"set up like a campsite. felt safe, plenty of staff, plenty to do, with a lake and local hiking trails. rooms a bit outdated, but do the trick."…"

Reviewed on 27 Aug. 2020

Montecito Sequoia Lodge
John Muir Lodge
John Muir Lodge
2.5 out of 5
86728 California 180, Kings Canyon National Park, CA
The price is AU$220 per night from 14 Oct. to 15 Oct.
4/5Very Good! (348 reviews)

"This is one of the best places to stay when visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyons National Parks."…"

Reviewed on 3 Sep. 2020

John Muir Lodge
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Kings Canyon National Park Holiday

Visit this western national park to observe giant sequoias, forested canyons, marble caves and abundant and unusual wildlife. California’s Kings Canyon National Park is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains where giant sequoias reach to the sky. In addition to these amazing trees, visit the park to see fascinating geological features of glacial canyons, caves and mountains. 

Be a spelunker and explore a few of the park’s 200 identified caves. Rather than having the limestone composition of caves in eastern states, these caves are composed of marble. Here you may find unusual species of fish, insects and reptiles that have adapted to the total darkness of life underground. 

Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest, both nearby, and Kings Canyon National Park all have high concentrations of giant evergreen trees. Come to Kings Canyon to see the second-largest known sequoia in the United States: General Grant, with a trunk volume of 46,608 cubic feet (1,320 cubic meters). Enjoy the park in any season. As spring weather warms the area, walk on damp trails among fresh green foliage and colorful wildflowers. In summer, enjoy the canyon at its most sparkling beauty. Look for butterflies and Native American pictographs.

Enjoy the autumn colors of the park’s deciduous trees without crowds in early fall. This is the best time to hike into Redwood Canyon or get a permit for wilderness hiking in the High Sierras. Snowshoe, cross-country ski or go winter camping near General Grant Grove.

While hiking, look for the park’s abundant wildlife; 260 mammalian species have been spotted here. Small animals include pocket gophers and spotted skunks. Larger species include bobcat and American black bear. Bighorn sheep dwell on the high cliffs. Watch for native birds, such as Clark’s nutcrackers and pileated woodpeckers.

Kings Canyon National Park and nearby Sequoia National Park are adjacent parks that operate jointly to provide visitors great value. The parks 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. 

Across the country, U.S. national parks offer affordable adventure for all types of travelers. Enjoy your views of sequoias and canyons at Kings Canyon National Park.