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RV Rental in Sequoia National Park

Located in the southern Sierra Nevada in California, Sequoia National Park covers a region of over 404,000 acres. It also joins with Kings Canyon National Park and is famous for its abundance of giant sequoia trees, as well as the General Sherman tree, which is actually the largest tree on Earth.

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Sequoia National Park remains a popular place for visitors, as it preserves a landscape that still looks like the southern Sierra Nevada prior to Euro-American settlement.

Plenty of wildlife also enjoy calling the national park home, with mule deer, bobcats, squirrels, foxes, and rattlesnakes among these.

Things to Do in Sequoia National Park

There are plenty of must-see attractions within the national park, along with fun activities the whole family are sure to enjoy.

See the General Sherman

Because Sequoia National Park is home to the largest tree in the world, known as the General Sherman, it would be a pity to miss out on seeing this rare gem when visiting the region.

The Giant Sequoia can be found a short drive up the General's Highway in the Lodgepole Area of the Park. Standing at a height of 275 feet (83 m) and featuring a base measuring over 36 feet (11 m) in width, it’s certainly a tree that’s hard to miss!

The tree’s age is believed to be anywhere between 2,300–2,700 years old, ranking it among the longest-lived of all trees on the planet.

Drive through the Tunnel Log

Where else but Sequoia National Park can you drive (or walk, if your vehicle is too tall) through the trunk of a Giant Sequoia? The tree fell from natural causes in 1937 and rather than allowing it to block the Crescent Road (or undertaking the strenuous task of removing it), the Park Service decided to cut a tunnel through it. Genius!

It now serves as the iconic backdrop to many photos taken within the national park and has become a very popular attraction within the region.

Climb Moro Rock

Moro Rock is the most accessible rock climbing area within the national park and the west face offers over 1,000 vertical feet of cracks and knobs, which are perfect for assisting your climb.

You can also set-off on a day hike to access Moro Rock and turn it into an even greater national park experience. You’ll find the trailhead for this hike located at the Giant Forest Museum in the Giant Forest portion of the park.

When journeying to Moro Rock from the Giant Forest, it’s only a four-mile roundtrip, making it accessible to basically all visitors.

Camping

Because Sequoia National Park joins with Kings Canyon National Park, there are fourteen campgrounds available within the entire region, including three that are open year-round.

While there are no RV hookups available in either of these parks, Potwisha Campground, Azalea Campground, Sunset Campground, Crystal Springs Campground, and all of the Cedar Grove campgrounds provide access to RVs.

RV Parks Near Sequoia National Park

For those wanting services such as full hookups, or even to simply park their RV in a privately-run campground outside of the national park, there are plenty of options available.

Sequoia RV Ranch is just one of these options, and it’s a nearby park containing 56 spacious sites featuring full hook-ups, fire rings, picnic tables, wi-fi, and a bathhouse. Many of its sites are also located on the river, providing scenic views.

It offers everything from water and electric sites to premium pull-throughs. Daily rates vary by season, but quotes can be obtained via the RV park’s website.

Kaweah Park Resort is another popular choice among RVers traveling through this region and for a good reason too – it’s nestled in the foothills of the Sequoia Mountains!

They offer full hookups, along with a dump station. Daily rates range from $51 - $56 for RV sites.

Lemon Cove Village RV Park is also an option for those wanting to stay at the base of Sequoia National Park, just 25 miles from the entrance.

It contains 55 sites, including full and partial hookups, as well as pull-through spaces, a dump station, and toilet / shower facilities. Rates start at just $43.00 per day for 30 amp sites.

Sequoia National Park RV Rental

If you’re thinking of taking a trip to this region, there are plenty of Sequoia National Park motorhome rentals using RVshare that will get you there. These include Classes A, B, or C, as well as motorhome rentals of the travel trailer, sport utility, folding trailer, fifth wheel, or truck camper variety.

Rent an RV Near Sequoia National Park

Want to rent an RV near Sequoia National Park? You’ll find RV rentals available across all of California through RVshare, including motorhomes for rent within 5.5 miles of Sequoia National Park.

RV Rental Prices in Sequoia National Park

RVshare offers a range of rental price options to suit every budget. Whether you’re looking for luxury RV rentals or cheap RV rentals near Sequoia National Park, you’re sure to find the RV that’s perfect for you.

Sequoia National Park RV Rental Rates

With RVshare, you can find RV rentals for your trip to Sequoia National Park starting at as little as $20 per night. The total cost of a Sequoia National Park RV rental holiday will depend on factors such as how many nights you rent it for, as well as distance traveled (when adding-on the price of gas).

Don’t forget to also factor-in the price you must pay to stay at campgrounds or RV parks. Despite this, Sequoia National Park RV vacations can still prove to be an affordable and cost-effective holiday for the whole family!

One Way RV Rental to Sequoia National Park

Did you know that some dealers on RVshare might be able to offer a one way RV rental to Sequoia National Park? This means you won’t have to worry about making a roundtrip back to drop it off again. Depending on your situation, this option can save you both time and money.


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