Silver City Mountain Resort

Address: Mile 21 Mineral King Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, California, 93271, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Mile 21 Mineral King Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Silver City Mountain Resort Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      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

      ... cub raced up two different trees and waited until the male bear stalked away. Bear drama!
      The kids thoroughly enjoyed learning about the trees. I sometimes wonder if they "get it", but this time they did. They had learned so much from the Junior Ranger programs in the park that they were excited to see the trees. After a little navigational mishap on the way back, we returned to the campsite with tired feet but so happy that we walked it instead of driving. Our ...

      USA - Sequoia National Park

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

      26 photos

      ... much colder up here.

      As we entered the Giant Forest we could see many large trees. Even the biggest pickup trucks or SUVs looked like a dwarf next to them, so imagine our Toyorta Yaris :) Later on we learnt that the Giant Forest contained five out of the ten largest trees in the world. They say that at least one species lives longer, one has a greater diameter, three grow taller, but none is larger than the sequoia tree, which comes from the volume of its ...

      Sequoias, Kings Canyon and into San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Aug 02, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... in the rooms. Only real thumbs down place of our trip so far. No laundry and the restaurant was having a bad time. Sooooo slow and we didn't pay for our dinner because it took so long and the starters came in two batches. A real shame but their prime location may have encouraged complacency.

      Day 2 was all General Grant and Kings Canyon. Went to do the Overlook at the top of our road and risked a self timing photo - we look nervous then on to General ...

      Happy Birthday Love!

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

      95 photos

      ... as they should be. The friendly ranger that greeted us suggested we go straight for the first-come first-served so we wouldn't have to move mid-way through our stay. Genius. So we situated the Scamp as evening settled in, with our extra blankets out and ready for the chilly evening. It was around 30 that night, which is about 20 degrees or more below optimal Scamp sleeping temp. We woke up the next morning, and voila, I was 30. The weather called ...

      I Kept Looking for Paul Bunyan!

      A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on May 09, 2014

      32 photos

      ... the sequoia trees, they are truly magnificent to behold. The size of a single tree is unreal. We even drove "Vincent" through a fallen tree. Sequoia might be my new favorite park. Because as we learned, sequoia trees need a very moist environment to grow so everything is very green. Walking among the towering trees on the mountainside today while the clouds literally rolled by was amazing. The kids enjoyed hiking among the ...