The Sequoia High Sierra Camp

Sequoia camping at it's best! A rare opportunity to explore the spectacular background of California's Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks – while enjoying the deluxe furnishings, guest amenities and friendly hospitality that are hallmarks of this secluded mountain retreat. You can experience the parks like no other hotel or lodge in the area.

Surrounded by some of the most striking scenery in the world -- from dramatic mountain peaks, to cascading creeks, tranquil meadows and star studded evening skies -- you will come away rejuvenated from this unique wilderness camping adventure.

You can discover California's hidden Yosemite while you stay in comfort. Join us this season by checking our availability and making your reservation today.

Hiking the High Sierra

Access to Sequoia High Sierra Camp does require a short one mile hike from the closest parking area. For the more daring camper, a twelve mile hike is also available. Numerous scenic and adventurous day hiking excursions are easily accessible from the Sequoia High Sierra Camp.

Horseback Riding & Pack Trips

Explore the back country on horseback where you can fish, relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Trips are available for all experience levels and range from a few hours to several days. Call ahead to make a reservation with the Horse Corral Pack Station.

Sequoia Trees

Sequoia National Park is home to thousands of giant sequoias and redwood trees. People flock to this national park each year to take in the splendor of the sequoias. Sequoia High Sierra Camp is conveniently located in the heart of the small natural growth range of the sequoias. A short drive will have you walking among these natural giants.

Bird Watching

People come from all over the United States to enjoy the bird watching opportunities available in the area surrounding Sequoia High Sierra Camp. Numerous species are native to this area, including but not limited to: the Spotted Owl, Williamson's Sapsucker, Pileated Woodpecker, and the Northern Flicker. Use our Bird Watchers Guide to identify the various species you are sure to encounter and share your photos with our Facebook!


Nestled throughout the trails and filling the meadows live an abundance of unique and beautiful wildflowers. Growing wildly in their natural habitat, with no alterations by humans, bursts of red, yellow, blue, purple, orange, pinks, and white decorate the landscape. View a list of wildflowers.