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Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks Camping

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Campgrounds

Campgrounds in Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks

Atwell Mill Campground

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Azalea Campground

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Buckeye Flat Campground

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Canyon View Group Sites

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Cold Springs Campground Ca

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Crystal Cave Tours Sequoia National Park

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Crystal Springs Campground Ca

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Crystal Springs Campground Mid Sized Group Sites

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Moraine Campground Ca

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Potwisha Campground

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Sentinel Campground

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Sequoia Kings Canyon Wilderness Permits

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Sheep Creek Campground

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Sunset Campground Ca

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Wolverton Stock Campsites

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Overview

A brief introduction to Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks

Huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world’s largest trees exemplify the diversity of landscapes, life, and beauty here. Explore these pages to learn about the plants and animals here and the threats they face. Our ancient giant sequoias may seem invincible, but they, too are vulnerable.

Jennie Lakes Wilderness is a protected area in the Sierra Nevada, in Tulare County, California. It is located 60 miles (97 km) east of Fresno and managed by the US Forest Service. Jennie Lakes Wilderness is about nine square miles within the Sequoia National Forest, that was established by the California Wilderness Act of 1984, and added to the National Wilderness Preservation System.
The Jennie Lakes Wilderness is a classic high Sierra landscape. It is a 10,500 acre area with a mixture of lakes, mountain peaks, forests, meadows and streams, most of which is above 7,000 feet (2,100 meters) in elevation. The wilderness contains variations of alpine and sub-alpine forest. Lodgepole Pines, Red and White Firs and White (Mountain) Pine dominate the area, while Jeffrey Pines and a few juniper are also present. In the summer, wildflowers are common. Jennie Lake sits about 9,000 feet (2,700 meters) above sea level and Weaver Lake is slightly lower. The summit of Mitchell Peak is the highest point in the wilderness at 10,365 feet (3,159 meters) and features views of the surrounding area and of Kings Canyon National Park.
In the Jennie Lakes Wilderness, there are two principal lakes, Jennie Ellis Lake and Weaver Lake. Both lakes tend to be busy on weekends (especially holidays). Weaver Lake attracts many day hikers as it lies close to the trailhead. Jennie Lake is often a stop for hikers coming from or going into Sequoia National Park to the south. Smaller and more remote, there is also a pond above JO Pass about a mile east of Jennie Lake and "Poison Pond" sits about a half-mile south of Weaver Lake. Both have a few campsites around them.

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Reviews

Camper reviews for Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks

Fun Family Adventure

Our family has so much fun camping here. We love having hot showers available (don't forget your shower shoes). Hiking was spectacular but not so challenging that the kids could all participate. Awesome memories.

Mila Thomas
Mila Thomas reviewed Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks
on May 30th, 2023

Camping in Sequoia

Camping with Camp Nab was amazing for Labor Day weekend. I got a spot for 3 days last minute I went hiking each day it was a dream.

Karen Clancy
Karen Clancy reviewed Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks
on May 29th, 2023

Nice camping, exceptional amenities

If you need a camping spot where you can also stock up on groceries, have a shower, and mail a letter, Lodgepole is for you. The campground is large and sprawling and the sites are very nice with lots of big trees. The Upper Loop tent sites are really beautiful and nestled into the forest overlooking the Kaweah River. We stayed here on a 2 day drive through Sequoia and it was a great midway point. Enjoyed an evening ranger presentation and did the Tokapah Falls hike right from the campground (photo).

Mary C Humphrey
Mary C Humphrey reviewed Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks
on January 19th, 2023

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