You may know that SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK CALIFORNIA holds some of the most majestic natural sites in the country, including giant Sequoia Trees (one of the largest species of trees on the plant), Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in North America, and canyons that rival the Grand Canyon in sheer magnitude. It may also be of interest to you to know the basics: directions, and park fees. Included here is some more information on SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK CALIFORNIA.
Entrance to the parks is $35 per vehicle; $20 per person for pedestrians or cyclists. The entrance fee allows access to the parks for seven days. A fee for commercial vehicles is based on vehicle capacity.
A Sequoia/Kings Canyon park pass is offered for $60, good for one calendar year. The National Park Pass provides access to all national parks and costs $80.
Gasoline is not sold within SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK CALIFORNIA boundaries. Be sure to fill up in one of the towns near the park entrance or at two locations in neighboring national forest areas -- Hume Lake (year-round) and Kings Canyon Lodge (closed in winter).
To SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK CALIFORNIA Entrance from Visalia: From Highway 99 at Visalia, take Highway 198 east for approximately 1 hour.