Seeing the Sequoia National Park for yourself can become a comfortable experience, and you don’t necessarily need to endure a night freezing inside your tent when going there.

The Largest Tree in the World is Found at the Sequoia National Park

 

 

The Sequoia National Park takes pride in a wealth of sceneries, from woods to mountain ranges, and while travelers are always expected to camp at the park if they plan to stay for the night, there are actually other types of accommodations in and around this US national park.
 
Read on to learn more on where to sleep at the Sequoia National Park.
 
1. Lodges
 
While there are several lodges on the road from Grants Grove to Cedar Grove, the most popular is the Wuksachi Lodge near the Lodgepole Visitor Center. It is just several minutes away from great park attractions like the Crescent Meadow and Giant Forest Grove of Big Trees. More than a hundred guest rooms are offered by Wuksachi, and all of them have private bathrooms. Aside from this, you could dine in their restaurant, hang out at their cocktail lounge, shop at their ski and retail store as well as hold events at a special facility. 
 
2. Motels and Resorts
 
Motels are generally found on Route 198, particularly in Three Rivers, while a resort can be found right in the Sequoia National Forest. Coming from Grant Grove and Kings Canyon National Park, you’ll find the Montecito Sequoia Lodge, which present 36 comfortable rooms that boast of private bathrooms, two bunk beds as well as a queen-sized bed. In addition to this, you could opt for cabins (with shared bathrooms) that could house a maximum of eight people.
 
Overall, you could definitely enjoy a comfy stay at a cozy accommodation when visiting Sequoia National Park.
 

So start planning your next tour now!

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