Three Rivers Hideaway
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Rivers Hideaway
This park is about as close as you can get to camping near the Sequoia National Park. The cost of the campsites is just about right for the amenities you are getting - which are basic at best. The road into the campsite is scary narrow for a RV our size and getting into your campsite could be very challenging. The facility is a bit worn down looking. The site we had was fine. I saw other sites that were not as nice or roomy. Clearly, this campsite is about the location.
The walk down to the river is definitely worth it. Great views of the river - just ignore all the construction equipment and debris everywhere else.
The WiFi wasn't great. Either provide a usable WiFi connection or don't provide one at all. Just don't "check the box" and offer a useless product.
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Sequoias and the High Sierras
When you look at the map of California and the High Sierras south of Yosemite, you will see quite a number of National Parks and National Forests. Sequoia National Park, Sequoia National Forest, Kings Canyon National Park and Giant Sequoia National Monument are all adjacent to each other in the same area. …
... our route has been diverted and we will not be able to see King's Canyon or much of the Sequoia Park, which is a shame. As of yesterday, this particular fire had burned 140,760 acres and was 67% contained.
There are about ten major fires at the moment in California, some are more contained than others, but you see the devastation everywhere, many places have large placards thanking the firefighters and one sees many fire trucks and fire fighters.
It must ...
... while in office. And, in 1956, President Dwight Eisenhower declared the tree a “National Shrine,” a memorial to those who died in war. It’s the only living object with that designation.
Visitors busily snap photos and try to find a way to fit the entire tree in the frame. Good luck with that.
Time to leave the Sequoiadendron giganteum in the Grant Grove behind, and explore Kings Canyon itself, which ...
... that are joined into one) without too many difficulties and thankfully, we arrived in the afternoon. However, I had not made a reservation so I was nervous that there wouldn't be any availability. Could you imagine telling Turner that he had to drive back down the mountain after a 7 hour drive? Luckily, space was not an issue. We stayed at Lodgepole Campground, the campground nearest the Giant Forest which is where the famous grove of Sequoias grow. We decided to stay ...
... Leisurely coffee and then set Monica (the sat nav- a long story) for San Fran.
Glorious journey down through citrus and soft fruit groves and along the San Paulo range and across the Oakland Bay Bridge, it is a great bridge and pretty recently opened. They are taking down the old bridge and we were glad we didn't take a wrong turn 'Mind The Gap'.
settled into our hotel and went to explore. The piers were great and Tom made a beeline for Alliottos - ...