Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are two very big places, with the Sequoia National Forest surrounding, and at times intervening between, the two. Since it makes little sense to separate them (even the NPS treats the two parks as one) we cover it all together. There are in-park lodges in all three units. The John Muir Lodge, in Kings Canyon, is shown at the left. To make matters even more complicated, the lodges are operated by several different concessioners. The Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia is operated by Delaware North
. The Cedar Grove Lodge, John Muir Lodge, and Grant Grove Cabins, all in Kings Canyon, and the Stony Creek Lodge, in Sequoia National Forest, are operated by Kings Canyon Park Services
. The Montecito Sequoia Lodge
is also in the national forest.
Outside the park lodging is available in the town of Three Rivers, just outside of the Ash Mountain Entrance of Sequoia. The city of Visalia is another 30 miles or so from there. The Kings Canyon side is remote, and there is nothing close to the entrance. The best bet for outside lodging there is the city of Fresno, an hour's drive from the entrance.
We offer two methods of finding lodging in the area. The first is a search via Expedia
. This will give you a good pricing comparison, and a number of property options. After the search we list some specific properties with details and a link to book directly with the property. Lodging is listed according to distance from the noted park destination.
Best Western Exeter Inn & Suites
- The Best Western Exeter Inn & Suites is located on Kaweah Avenue in Exeter
- In room: Wireless internet, cable/satellite TV, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker
- On site: Outdoor pool & hot tub, exercise room, coin laundry, contintental breakfast
- Address: 805 S Kaweah Avenue, Exeter, CA, 93221
- 28.3 miles to Ash Mountain Entrance - Map It