Park Address: 47050 Generals Highway, Three Rivers, CA 93271
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Park Hours: 24 Hours a day, 365 days a year.
Park Fees: $35.00 Vehicle Pass. $30.00 Motorcycle Pass. $20.00 for those traveling by foot or bicycle. $70.00 Annual Pass. Various commercial group rates are available.
Visitor Center Information: Hours can vary but normal hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm 7 days a week.
Year Established as a National Park: September 25, 1890.
Park Size: 404,063 acres
Hiking Trails and Overlooks: Moro Rock Trail, Tokopah Valley Trail, Marble Falls Trail, General Sherman Tree Trail, Congress Trail, Giant Forest Loop Trail, Alta Peak Trail, High Sierra Trail Watchtower Trail, Big Baldy Ridge Trail, Log Meadows Trail, Hanging Rock Trail, Muir Grove Trail, Paradise Creek Trail, Tharp's Log Trail, Sugar Pine Trail, Bear Hill Trail, Horseshoe Meadow Trail, Kings River Trail, Potwisha Trail, Huckleberry Meadow Trail, Middle Fork Kaweah Trail,
Valleys, Mountains, Meadows: Horseshoe Meadows, Willow Meadow, Cahoon Meadow, Mount Langley, Onion Valley
Lakes in Park: Heather Lake, Emerald Lake, Pear Lake, Ranger Lake, Monarch Lakes, Eagle Lake, Little Five Lakes, Hamilton Lakes, Mosquito Lakes, Cottonwood Lakes, Serville Lake, Guitar Lake, Big Bird Lake, Columbine Lake, Precipe Lake, Big Five Lakes, Aster Lake, Franklin Lakes, Ranger Lake, Bullfrog Lakes, Weaver Lake, Chicken Spring Lake, Sky Blue Lake, South Fork Lakes, Meysan Lake, Lone Pine Lake, Crabtree Lakes, Little Claire Lake, Blossom Lakes.
Rivers in Park: Kaweah River, Kern River, Golden Trout Creek
Waterfalls and Creeks: Alder Creek Falls Tokopah Falls
Animals Native to Park: Acorn Woodpecker, Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog, Striped Racer, Black Bear, Grizzly Bear, Mice, Douglas Squirrels, Western Gray Squirrels, Gophers, Chipmunks, Marmots, Wood Rats, Porcupine, Spotted Bat, Pallid Bat, Western Red Bat, Mule Deer, Pileated Woodpecker, Kingsnake, Rubber Boa, Mountain Bluebird, Gray Fox, Bobcat, Striped and Spotted Skunks, California Quail.
Interesting Facts About Sequoia: The giant redwood trees grow in only one place on earth, and that is right here on the Pacific coast, from Big Sur region to southern Oregon.