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Sequoia National Forest sign The Boole Tree at its 113 foot round base and the sixth largest tree in the world View up the Middle Fork of the Kings River and the Monarch Wilderness Kings Canyon River Valley California Poppies along the Kings Canyon Scenic Byway California Poppies along the Tule River Canyon California Poppies in the Lower Tule River Canyon Leaving the Giant Sequoia National Monument sign along highway 180


Popular Recreation Activities

Hiking Camping OHV Riding Fishing Hunting Icon

We have lots more information about recreation opportunities across the forest!

Looking for something to do? Plan your trip and discover an adventure


Fire and Aviation ManagementThe Sequoia National Forest has a very active Fire and Aviation division. Find out more about Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) on the Sequoia.


Logo of handshake in front of tree to promote ecological restorationA video podcast series on Ecological Restoration, called "Restore," provides video podcasts highlighting successes we are making in our restoration activities.

View our RESTORE video series.


California Tree Mortality.Tree mortality in California crosses all land ownerships; government, citizens and private industry are working together to mitigate hazards and create more resilient forests. More information is available at: www.fs.usda.gov/CATreeMortality.

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