Three Rivers

Three Rivers, California, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Three Rivers

Bakersfield (CA) -Saquoia NP - Madera (CA)

A travel blog entry by pmulder

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Helaas door de omstandigheden gaan we vandaag niet naar Yosemite NP maar naar Sequoia NP. Dit omdat we een keuze moesten maken, deze ook afgewogen met wat we al gezien hebben en wat nog niet in de afgelopen maand. Het Sequoia NP is in de VS als tweede nationaal park erkent. ( Na Yellowstone). Het Park is bekent om zijn Sequoia's of mammoetbomen ( …

Big big trees and is that a bear ......?

A travel blog entry by otley-groom

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After a couple of days travelling staying in Oakurst and Three Rivers filling up on groceries water and fuel we stayed in Three Rivers a campground in the foothills of this national Park. It was now in the 90s and it was a great base to base to visit the Sequoia National Park. Another mountainous park it was a vertiginous and hair pin filled trip …

Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks

A travel blog entry by psandefur

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... and driving where ever they wanted. They figured out the cabins and people where hurting the Sequoias so the removed them from the park. We traveled the road to Crescent Meadow and walked on the AutoLog that is a downed tree that many pictures were taken of people driving on the top back in the 1920's...we were only able to stand on it. We traveled past Moro Rock (a giant Granite rock) but did not go since it had a lot of stairs and my knee was still giving me trouble. Next ...

Much better today!

A travel blog entry by samandken

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... it to the pumpkin bridge near sequoia national park, we found a cute little room with river views and decided to stay the night. Dropped off our gear and ducked up into the park, we could only go as far as hospital rock as it was going to be dark soon. Just magnificent, the Indians that lived here weren't shot or moved out by force they were all killed out by small pox and measles. They lived a lot from the acorns that ...

Three Rivers

A travel blog entry by gvw

Sunday, 8 September

We travelled onto Three Rivers, this time to look at King's Canyon & Sequoia National Parks. The countryside is looking very dry here, down here in the lower altitudes, since leaving Lake Tahoe, up in the mountains. Drove past lake Kaweah and there was hardly any water in it. Upon reading the visitor guide for the National Parks the amount of ...

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This campground, located in Three Rivers, is near Giant Forest, Kings Canyon, General Grant Tree Trail, and Crystal Cave.
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