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California National Parks: Kings Canyon
Treated Like Royalty at Kings Canyon National Park
Kings Canyon National Park
The northern neighbor of Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park was established in 1940. The park currently encompasses nearly 500,000 acres of California’s Sierra Nevada region, and welcomes more than 500,000 visitors each year.
Get to know the Kings Canyon National Park before you go exploring with the help of the many nearby visitor centers and museums. Stop by the Kings Canyon Visitor Center – open daily and featuring exhibits, gifts, and 15-minute education video. For a quick trip through a park visitor center, visit the Cedar Grove Visitor Center for information and restrooms.
Kings Canyon National Park is open year round, and 24 hours a day. This means plenty of time for adventures like hiking, rock climbing, and horseback riding.
Discover the park on horseback and choose from a two-hour trips, day rides, and multi-day trips. Mount up at Grant Grove Stables in the park's Grant Grove area, and explore General Grant Tree, North Grove, Lion Meadow, and Dead Giant Loop. Or head to Cedar Grove Pack Station for anything from a one-hour trek for a multi-day ride through Kings Canyon National Park.
Choose from these California State Parks:
|• Yosemite||• Channel Islands||• Death Valley||• Joshua Tree|
|• Kings Canyon||• Sequoia||• Lassen Volcanic||• Redwood|
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