Ranch Champagne

Mineral King Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, California, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

Day 24 Giant beautiful Sequoias!!!!! and bear cub

A travel blog entry by drhammer

34

... but it never got one coot. You could barely see the eagle in a tree across the lake when he told me what happened. I took a picture, but it’s difficult to see.

Anyway, we were THRILLED as always to get hot showers as we don’t always know when we’ll see a KOA or what our next destination is going to be.

We were excited to see more of the giant trees and I wondered if the people who first saw them thousands of years ago wondered if they ...

Big, Old Trees

A travel blog entry by avpadventure

15

... They are able to grow so large because of the climate and their spongy protective bark that grows thicker each year. They are nearly fire and bug proof Our motorcycle was a great way to get around the joint National Parks that are also bordered by a National Forest. (see photo) While the Panorama viewpoint gave a great view of the Canyon, it did not ...

Go West Young Man!

A travel blog entry by clark65

9

We slept in a bit this morning as everyone was tired from hitting the strip last night! Megan absolutely wanted to ride The Roller Coaster at New York New York before leaving town so off we went. Darby was not tall enough to ride so Megan, Sean and Derek went on ahead. After the 210 second ride was over it was immediately apparent that Megan had trouble as she came off the ride green as a goblin! We then stopped at the ...

Movie Greats

A travel blog entry by angelslame

5

... the first floor, B-list on the 2nd, etc..

Next, our group piled into our cute little tram (with a warning not to bump our heads on the canopy)and we rode through the lot past several of the studios each of which was adorned with a plaque indicting all of the films and TV shows that had been shot there; everything from I Love Lucy to Glee, from Wings to Star Trek. We were shown the B-Tank which is surrounded by a 4' wall so it can be filled to do water scenes like ...

Onward to Bearpaw and Burning Skies

A travel blog entry by kalchalker

15

... Sierra Camp, or you could bring your own tent and cook your own meals for ten dollars all up which we had done and smiled about. We sat on a log with the expanse in front of us showing peaks of granite 12,000 feet high tower over forests of conifers including groves of sequoias carpeted the river valley. Stellar jays swooped. An owl hooted. A black-tail deer dug and rooted around the roots of tree. We were tired and happy in the glory of nature as ...

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This campground, located on Mineral King Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, is near Giant Forest, Kings Canyon, General Grant Tree Trail, and Crystal Cave.
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