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Three Rivers

Sequoia RV Ranch is located in Three Rivers which is approximately 30 minutes away from the City of Visalia. Three Rivers is considered the "Gateway to the Sequoias". The ranch is only eight miles from the southern entrance to Sequoia National Park and ten miles from Ash Mountain Visitor's Center.

People travel from around the world to visit the world's largest trees in Sequoia National Park. The biggest tree, the General Sherman, is approximately 45 minutes from the park entrance. Climbing Morro Rock, enjoying a picnic at Crescent Meadow and hiking among the Giant Forest are some of the highlights. During the summer, Crystal Cave is open for visitors and tickets can be purchased at the visitor's center. A long day drive to Kings Canyon National Park is also accessible from the southern entrance (except in the winter months.)

While in Three Rivers, take time to visit the Visitor's Center and Historical Museum. You can pick up area information as well as view artifacts and displays which provide a good look at the history and development of the area from the native peoples, early settlers and the community of Kaweah. Located a few hundred yards past the entrance to Sequoia RV Ranch is the oldest and smallest operating U.S. Post Office in California. Mail a post card (provided free in the office) and mail it from this charming post office built during the years of the early settlers.

Please refer to What's Nearby/Local Attractions to find links to other points of interest and activities you can enjoy while camping at Sequoia RV Ranch. You can also check out this website for more local information.

Great RV Park

We stayed here last week in our 35 ft RV with tow. Wifi worked great(this is hard to find on the road)! We had a nice pull through spot. The Manager went out of his way to call kings Canyon National Park for me to see if they were still open. He also gave me great recommendations on how to get there and some great Hikes.

Kimberly - November 2013

Nice Quiet Campground

We stayed there for two nights in March. We were the only tent there but there were lots of RV's. Campground is very quiet and close to Sequoia National Park. It is in a nice location and staff is friendly.

IntoTheWild87 - April 2015