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Transportation: Sequoia – Kings National Park

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You can visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks all year long. Two highways provide access to the parks. Both become the Generals Highway inside the parks’ boundaries and is often referred to as “the road between the parks.”

Highway 180 enters Kings Canyon National Park from the northwest via Fresno and provides access to the farthest eastern vehicle-accessible point near Cedar Grove.

Highway 198 enters Sequoia National Park from the southwest via Three Rivers.

Follow the link below to learn more about getting to SEKI.

http://www.nps.gov/seki/planyourvisit/directions.htm

There is a shuttle from Visalia for $15 for round trip and covers the park entrance fee. Three routes run May 26 through September 25, 2011. The Sequoia Shuttle runs from the City of Visalia, through Three Rivers, and up to the Giant Forest Museum, where you can transfer to the park shuttle.

To make a reservation with the shuttle: Call 1-877-287-4453 or visit http://reservations.sequoiashuttle.com/

To get to Visalia:

From Fresno and surrounding areas check out the KART. You can travel via the KART from Fresno to Hanford and catch a connecting bus to Visalia. Fares are $2.00 per person.

http://www.mykartbus.com/

For transportation routes within Visalia visit: http://www.ci.visalia.ca.us/depts/transit/fixed_route_visalia_transit/default.asp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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