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Attractions Near Sequoia National Park


The Plantation Bed and Breakfast is just minutes from Sequoia National Park also known as the "Land Of Giants." It testifies to nature's size, beauty, and diversity - huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world's largest trees.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks lie side-by-side in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of the San Joaquin Valley.

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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

At Giant Forest, in Sequoia Park, is the General Sherman Tree. The largest tree in the world, standing 275 feet high and 103 feet in circumference. The second largest tree in the world, the General Grant Tree, and the Nation's Christmas Tree, is located at Grant Grove in Kings Canyon. Both parks provide a hiker's domain of spectacular peaks, canyons, lakes, and streams, threaded with a thousand miles of trails. Connecting the two national parks is the Generals Highway, a 46 mile long scenic road from Ash Mountain through Giant Forest to Grant Grove. The highway reaches 7,643 feet at Big Baldy Saddle. This highway and branch roads take you to such attractions as Moro Rock, Crystal Cave, Crescent Meadow, Big Stump Grove and Roaring Fork Falls. You can enjoy Lake Kaweah, only 2 miles from the Plantation, or drive to Mineral King, a peaceful valley beneath the peaks of the Great Western Divide.
01 Welcome to the Land of Giants

You expect giant trees and huge canyons—and you won't be disappointed. Within these parks, you can experience a spectacular range in elevation from warm foothills to cold alpine peaks. The largest and finest groves of giant sequoias grow at the sometimes snowy mid-elevations, along with extraordinarily diverse plants and animals living in extremely varied conditions.test
For more details visit http://www.nps.gov/seki/index.htm.
02 Lake Kaweah

Kaweah Marina is located off Highway 198 just below the big trees of Sequoia National Park. Providing affordable/quality recreation to families for over 50 years.
For more details visit http://www.kaweahmarina.com/.
03 Sequoia Cave Tours

In Sequoia National Park, between Giant Forest and Ash Mountain entrance. Know that vehicles longer than 22 feet, trailers and buses are not allowed on the Crystal Cave road.
For more details visit http://www.sequoiahistory.org/crystalcave/.
04 Boyden Cavern

Boyden Cavern is located in Kings Canyon, Giant Sequoia National Monument, one of the most beautiful and spectacular places on earth. Fortunately, it’s not as well known or travelled as Yosemite or the Grand Canyon, making for a more peaceful and less disturbed feel.
For more details visit http://www.caverntours.com/BoydenRt.htm.
05 Whitewater Rafting Tours

We offer a Class IV three-quarter (upper) river trip for $100.00 per person, a milder Class III lower Kaweah trip for $50.00 per person, and a Class IV full river trip with lunch for $140.00 per person.
For more details visit http://www.kaweahwhitewater.com/.
06 Horseback Riding

Christy is a versatile trainer of all English and Western disciplines. Taking green horses to proven winners is her specialty. She also teaches riders from beginners to advanced levels.
For more details visit http://www.wdnhorse.com/.
07 Sequoia Sightseeing Tours

Come experience the breathtaking beauty of Kings Canyon National Park. Please join us for a wonderful day in Kings Canyon, the deepest canyon in the United States. We will follow the dramatic Kings River deep into the canyon, experiencing along the way, many spectacular geological features. Many opportunities for photos, wildlife sightings and a delicious picnic lunch included.
For more details visit https://www.sequoiatours.com.
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Restaurants

There are hundreds of restaurants within a 20 minute drive of the Plantation. We also have menus from many restaurants which don't have websites for you to look at upon your arrival. If you're looking for a lunch to take into the park, there are some delicious options for you.