Three Rivers Hideaway

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Three Rivers

Day Eighteen

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 03, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... and ate some lunch. We were about 5,000 feet above sea level at that point. We walked Beckett and kept an eye out for bears. There was a small village at the summit. We wonder what these people do for a living being so far from everything.

Then our GPS sent us on a wild goose chase. For some reason it had us turning down a mountain road that didn’t show on our atlas. It took us through some beautiful foothills and ranch country. We saw a lot ...

Sequoia National Park

A travel blog entry by clendenens on May 15, 2014

11 photos

... We wanted to meet people and get a real feel for what their lives were like and make a connection. We wanted to know how they lived, what they loved, etc. So while we were setting up and an older couple pulled up and stopped to talk, even inviting us over to give us some info about the park and the area, we were thrilled. The lady also said she made little rabbits with a piece of candy in each, and tried to make sure that every kid ...

Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks

A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... 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 up to it since it had a lot of stairs and my knee was still giving me trouble. Next stop was the Parker Group, a group of Seqouias named for ...

Trees, Trees and More Trees

A travel blog entry by alindai on Jun 28, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

After an amazing long, winding, uphill drive we finally made it into the cool of Sequoia National Park. We hadn't booked a campsite ahead of our visit and the campsite was showing full as we pulled up, luck was on our side and we were able to get on a site, luckily they keep a few sites free for pull in visitors.

Lovely campsite, big visitors centre with lots of information on the park and it's huge trees and of the many ...

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 ...