BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, FIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHT, HORSE CAMPING
California Campgrounds | WHITE RIVER | LOGGER FLAT GROUP | ASPEN HOLLOW GROUP | HUME LAKE | PRINCESS | COVE GROUP | FIR GROUP | STONY CREEK SEQUOIA | FRENCH GULCH | LIVE OAK | PARADISE COVE | PIONEER POINT | HUNGRY GULCH | BOULDER GULCH | TILLIE CREEK | WISHON | BELKNAP | HOSPITAL FLAT | HEADQUARTERS | LONG MEADOW GROUP | HOLEY MEADOW | REDWOOD MEADOW | QUAKING ASPEN | CAMP THREE CAMPGROUND | FAIRVIEW CAMPGROUND | GOLDLEDGE CAMPGROUND | COY FLAT | SANDY FLAT | Trapper Creek Campground | GROUSE VALLEY | ESHOM CAMPGROUND | QUAKING ASPEN CABIN | CAMP 9 | FROG MEADOW GUARD STATION | POSO GUARD STATION CABIN | MOUNTAIN HOME GUARD STATION CABIN | LIVE OAK SOUTH | WISHON CABIN | OAK FLAT LOOKOUT | Big Meadow Campground
California Hiking Trails | Corral Creek Picnic Site | Johnsondale Bridge River Access Boating Site | Old Isabella | Deer Meadow Trailhead | Kennedy Meadows Trailhead | Hume Lake Trailhead | Stony Creek Trailhead | Indian Basin Trailhead | Little Boulder Grove Trailhead (East) | Marvin Pass Trailhead | Western Divide Ranger District | Big Meadow Trailhead | Boole Tree Trailhead | Chicago Stump Trailhead | Deer Cove Trailhead | Yucca Point Trailhead | Blackrock Trailhead | Jennie Lakes Wilderness | Little Boulder Grove Trailhead (West) | Lookout Peak Trailhead
Welcome to one of the most beautiful National Forests for recreation activities. The Sequoia National Forest is sure to provide a wonderful recreational experience.
Finding a Recreation Area or Activity
On our website, recreation opportunities are organized by districts or activity type. Note the area on our forest you’d like to stay or explore, under the right column heading ‘Areas & Activities’, ‘Find an Area’ select the district that covers that area, then view/select the available recreation activities. Or, choose an activity under the Recreation heading on the left side of the webpage and see where on the forest it is offered. Either way, we’re sure you’ll find exceptional recreation opportunities on the The Sequoia National Forest.
Select the district you plan to visit:
You can learn more by viewing our Recreation Opportunity Guides as well.
Leave No Trace
Remember to “Leave No Trace” when visiting the Forest so everyone can enjoy its scenic beauty for years to come!