Ranch Champagne

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

      Awesome in the true sense of the word.

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 04, 2014

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... three nights and just enjoy the area. We went for a short hike one day that again was a little strenuous, but the kids did it. The next day, we were going to hike to see General Sherman, the largest tree in the world. It was a 4.6 km hike each way and I was worried about the kids, but they rocked it. It was one of the most pleasant hikes I have ever done. We saw two bears on our way and arrived at General Sherman in good spirits. I'm afraid that I can't describe the ...

      USA - Sequoia National Park

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 01, 2014

      26 photos

      ... up the tank, but besides that we didnīt have even one short break. Thanks to Ben and Amanda we brought some sandwiches and fruit for the way. We passed through the entrance to the Sequoia National Park at 15.00. We were asked to pay the admission fee for private vehicles in the amount of USD 20 (valid for 1-7 days).

      Regarding the Sequoia National Park, it is Americaīs second oldest national park (created in 1890) and famous for its giant sequoia trees, including ...

      Sequoias, Kings Canyon and into San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... or the oldest- oh the pressure to be best) behind we met few people. However we got to hug them - or rather Ruth and James did- and got to see notables such as The Samson Tree, The Chimney etc.

      Other big excitement, when we had gone on a bit of a diversion (where were you James TR?), was that a bear popped up about 100 yards away. He lolopped along and then disappeared. Proper wild thing. Great.

      Went on to walk to and then climb Moro Rock - a ...

      Happy Birthday Love!

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

      95 photos

      ... 3-0). We entered the park vowing to "make the most of" the weather and our surroundings. Well, well, well, weren't we in for a surprise... in a very good way.We had only secured a spot for Wednesday and Thursday nights, hoping for a first-come first-served spot on Friday and Saturday. We have been consistently surprised at how jam packed the National Parks are during any given day of the week or week of the month. It's a good thing - it means they are ...

      I Kept Looking for Paul Bunyan!

      A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on May 09, 2014

      32 photos

      ... chilly!

      I have been on many a mountain road but the road after you enter Sequoia from CA 198 takes top honors. You steadily climbed in elevation from 1000 feet to 7000 while you are twisting & turning & twisting & turning & twisting & turning. It is not a road for the faint of heart! Once you hit the Museum & first area of major sequoia trees, the driving becomes much easier.

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