If you’re looking for a Sequoia map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 23 free Sequoia National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Mostly here I have maps of all the campgrounds, but also some detail maps as well as trails and shuttle buses. You can also browse the best-selling Sequoia maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Sequoia map from the park brochures
This is the official Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park map, showing all of both Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.9 mb) or download the PDF (1.3 mb).
This is a detail map of Sequoia and Kings Canyon showing the park’s roads in greater detail than the map above. Click the image to view a full size JPG (850 kb) or download the PDF (4.2 mb).
This is regional map of Sequoia and Kings Canyon, showing the two parks in relation to Yosemite, Fresno, Visalia, and Three Rivers. Click the image to view a full size GIF (100 kb) or download the PDF (100 kb).
Sequoia and Kings Canyon trail maps
If you’re planning on doing any long hikes over overnight trips, you’ll want a detailed trail map like the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map. One Trails Illustrated map will cover all of Sequoia and Kings Canyon’s wilderness area. Also exceptional are the Tom Harrison maps, especially ones focused on specific areas of the backcountry such as the Kings Canyon High Country map and the Mt. Whitney High Country map.
This Giant Forest trail map (400 kb) is on the wayside sign in front of the Giant Forest Museum. It shows the extensive network of trails through the Giant Forest, including General Sherman Tree and the Congress Trail.
This is a Foothills trail map of Sequoia National Park (100 kb). It shows the popular trails in the Foothills district, which is popular during the non-summer months. (It’s really, really hot during the summer!)
Giant Forest maps
Although not exactly a map, I believe this General Sherman Tree infographic (700 kb) is interesting enough to warrant inclusion on this page. You know I’m right! Look for it on a wayside when you visit the park.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon road and shuttle maps
This is another road map of Sequoia and Kings Canyon (250 kb). This map is more suitable for printing than the above full-park maps since it does not have terrain shading and works well in grayscale ink.
This is a bus map of Sequoia National Park’s shuttles (50 kb), which operate during the summer months. It shows all bus stops including the General Sherman Tree, Moro Rock, Lodgepole, and the Wuksachi Lodge.
Sequoia lodging map
The closest town to Giant Forest and most of the major sites of Sequoia National Park is Three Rivers; to the right you will find a Hotels.com interactive lodging map that focuses on hotels in the Three Rivers area. There are also some lodging options you’ll find inside the park and in the national forest if you zoom out and scroll the map. Or, browse Expedia’s top Sequoia lodging (or Hotels.com’s) to compare prices and reviews.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon campground maps
The following is a listing of campgrounds located in both Sequoia and Kings Canyon; they are listed from south to north.
This is an Atwell Mill campground map (40 kb), open during the summer months along the Mineral King Road in Sequoia National Park. This is a very isolated part of Sequoia National Park down a rough road.
This is a Cold Springs campground map (50 kb), open during the summer months in Mineral King (very remote!) in Sequoia National Park. You probably won’t be going here unless you’re a hardcore visitor!
This is a Lodgepole campground map. Lodgepole is the closest campground to Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park. Click the image to view a full size JPG (300 kb) or download the PDF (400 kb).
This is an Azalea Campground map (100 kb), located near Grant Grove in Kings Canyon National Park. It is Kings Canyon’s only all-year campground, with pleasant temperatures in summer (snow in winter).
This is a Sentinel Campground map (100 kb), located at Cedar Grove in Kings Canyon National Park. It is in the canyon itself and not near the sequoias. You’ll find warmer temperatures here than Grant Grove.
This is a Canyon View Campground map (75 kb), located near Cedar Grove in Kings Canyon. This is a group campground only. (Personally I find it nice to separate out the larger groups from family campers.)
This is a Moraine Campground map (100 kb), located furthest east of all the Cedar Grove area campgrounds in Kings Canyon National Park, nearest to Road’s End and furthest from the village and visitor center.
Other Sequoia maps
Sequoia map prints and gifts
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