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National Park
“Best place to relax and enjoy nature. You will see one of the oldest Sequoia trees in California. ”
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“Wonderful place to visit as you stay and play in Kernville. Take the time to travel up the river and see these enormous trees for yourself.”
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“Lovely park area, in touch with nature, picnic areas. Has a the Spectrum amphitheater. Great for relaxing!!”
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“The first settlers of our town formed this park. There is a historical museum there where you can learn about the early settlers and Yokut Indians. ”
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“Plan for a solid day to do both of these parks. I would actually start driving to Kings Canyon National Park on Highway 180. It takes about 75 minutes and you can visit General Grant Grove Tree and walk a short trail. From there, I would head to Sequoia National Park. It’s another 60 minute drive but you can walk around the Congress Trail (2 mile trail). There are plenty of people on the trail and it’s interesting to see all of the Sequoia’s and how the Sequoia’s need fire because it opens up their seeds to be released. The trees are remarkably fire resistant. On the trail, don’t forget to visit the General Sherman Tree which is the largest single-stem tree in the world. From there, it’s a two hour drive back through Visalia (not the same way you came from). Go through Visalia (which I recommend because going back through the parks is super windy), they have a cute downtown where you can grab dinner or a beer before you head back to Fresno. Prior to your trip, make sure there are no road closures so google Fresno  General Grant Grove (Kings Canyon National Park) General Sherman Tree (Sequoia National Park)  Visalia  Fresno. Check the weather for both Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. They are at higher altitudes and there could be snow. *** Cell phone reception is spotty/non-existent once you start hitting the parks. *** Check for entrance fees”
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“Kaweah Oaks Preserve is located in Tulare County, California east of the city of Visalia not far from the mouth of the Kaweah River near the Venice Hill”
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Mountain
“It's a lot of steps! Does 350 steps sound like a lot to you? If so, consider it a fun challenge to get to an amazing view of Sequoia National Forest! ”
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“This is one of many parks in the Bakersfield area however, it has the mighty Kern river on it's side and is great place to enjoy the day. ”
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“Great park where you can sit on a bench and enjoy the view of the mighty Kern River, or play on the playground, or enjoy lunch on their picnic tables... It's a great place to let time pass you by while you are relaxing and present ”
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“An easy to get to hiking trail from Kernville. The trail is somewhat rocky in parts, but relatively easy. There is a stream crossing a mile or so in that requires a little bit of balance. The trailhead is at the end of Burlando Rd and has a decent amount of parking available”
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“The rugged Sierras!! These two parks lie side by side in the Sierras. Elevations in these two parks range from 1'370'-14,494'! The weather can be drastically different from one area to the next. Wear layers and go prepared! The Land of Giants!! Go see the General Sherman Tree in the Giant Forest! and visit the Giant Forest Museum! Explore The Giant Sequoia Groves via The Big Trees Trail. Grants Grove, Redwood Mountain Grove, Muir Grove, Atwell and East Fork Groves Moro Rock is a lot of stairs but offers an amazing view of the entire park! Explore the Crystal Caves! The hike to Tokopah Falls is gorgeous! PLease check the NP websites for the most up to date info in the parks.”
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“Great place to go swimming when the rivers calm down after the snowpack melt. Mid to late summer is the best time! Enjoy relaxing on a hot rock and dipping into smooth calm cool river! The best!”
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“3-4 mile loop trail with relatively gentle slopes - with about half uphill and half downhill. A dense forest canopy cools this hike in the hottest months. Great for mountain biking too. Some nice views of Isabella Lake through the cedars on one side, and the Greenhorns on out to the San Joaquin Valley on the west side. The Greenhorn Grill is in nearby Alta Sierra & you can stop there for lunch or dinner on the weekends. ”
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“Park at the end of Skyline Drive in Three Rivers to explore the local foothills climate zone. Accessible year-round. Wildflowers and waterfalls galore in the spring!”
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