Where to Stay
Choose from a variety of fine hotels, romantic hideaways, and bed & breakfasts.
Sequoia National Park is an unspoiled treasure of some of the most striking scenery in the world. From soaring mountain peaks and ancient giant sequoia trees - the biggest by mass in the world - to cascading creeks, flowering meadows and star-studded evening skies, you'll be inspired by this breathtaking national forest vacation destination. Located in the heart the park on the western slope of the Central Sierra at 7,200 feet, the 102-room Wuksachi Lodge operated by Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts features a panoramic mountain setting as well as full-service restaurant where you can relish hand-crafted cocktails and fresh, farm-to-table cuisine. Lodge furnishings reflect an upscale, natural dècor highlighting native granite rock, oak, cedar and hickory woods as well as modern guest amenities such as free Wi-Fi Internet access. But why not just unplug, tune out and get back to nature? Whether you take to its trails outside your hotel room door, bask in sunsets through its floor-to-ceiling windows or cozy up to its wood-burning fireplaces in cold weather, Wuksachi Lodge is the perfect place to unwind and leave the busy world behind.