Three Rivers Hideaway

43365 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, California, 93271, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 43365 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, is near Giant Forest, Kings Canyon, Crystal Cave, and Grant Grove.
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    Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on May 15, 2014

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    ... really can't help but sense something bigger than yourself.

    We drove through the park for a while and hiked around a meadow that had several really big sequoias surrounding it, then went on to see the General Sherman (the world's largest tree). The ranger said there were a few steps on that trail, but it that it was an easy hike and we'd be able to make it down with our stroller. Apparently "a few steps" means something ...

    Three Rivers

    A travel blog entry by gretchen_a on Sep 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... in tomorrow. It's a pretty easy drive and we start to see the changes in the landscape. A few shrubs start to appear, the ground has less sand and grasses appear, suddenly, we are driving with orc******** either side of the road and their is a distinct smell of orange in the air, it's intoxicating! We have arrived in California orange country and orange season is here. We drive past countless orchards offering fruit for sale, but stop at none. ...

    How Big is That?

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Aug 25, 2013

    6 photos

    August 25th – Happy 97th Anniversary to the National Parks of America! We enjoyed the day exploring the Sequoia National Park & Forest along with the Kings Canyon National Park.

    We hiked to the Largest Tree in the world, at 2,200 years old, the General Sherman is 275' tall, 103' circumference. How ...

    The Trees Say "Hello" & So Do a Bunch of Tourists

    A travel blog entry by thequestforps on Jun 27, 2013

    94 photos

    ... Fact* Sequoias actually need fire to grow. The heat opens their cones so the seeds can drop to the ground. The fire also clears the forest floor so the seeds have an easier time of getting in the ground. There's actually quite a bit of lightning in the area that allows these fires to happen (& of course, the Park sets them off as well.) So I had a grand time climbing in & out of trees, listening to tons of honey bees, wishing I could see some wildlife since it was ...

    Day 2 Sequoias

    A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Jun 19, 2012

    23 photos

    ... to the East which was the direction of our travels. We headed on through groves of fir and marched past fields of pink and white and violet along the forest's edge. Well into the hike I sat upon my backpack for a rest as Mom and Dad came up from behind. I heard a crack, dark shadows lurched, I sprang to the left just as a large "widow maker" crashed where I had just been sitting. "Holly S%^t!", I hollered and landed as they came around the bend. Not being one ...