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FISH, HIKE, RELAX.
IT’S SPRING IN SEQUOIA-KINGS CANYON. 
  
Book your spring getaway starting from $209 at Wuksachi Lodge 
 
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Earth Day is a day to work together to take care of and learn more about Mother Earth.  Using simple tools and fun games, families will work together to unravel mysteries for the earth and ways that each of us can be stewards of our planet.
#earthday   #earthday2014   #earthdayactivities   #earthdayforkids   #sequoianationalpark  
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#AmyWhitley @pitstopsforkids·Mar 11
Morning in Sequoia National Park. Wish the birdsong could be heard!@VisitSeKiParks#WuksachiLodge #trekarooing https://vine.co/v/MqlnmgL6eJe
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#nationalparks @NatlParksPhotos·Mar 10
After a long drive, dug right into this cheese plate at #WuksachiLodge @VisitSeKiParks#sequoia #nationalparks #c... pic.twitter.com/SrJcaNHwwQ
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SHOW MOM SOME LOVE AS BIG AS THE GIANT SEQUOIAS.
Enjoy a delicious brunch at the Peaks Restaurant at Wuksachi Lodge, and celebrate mom with gorgeous views and gracious service. Sunday, May 11 from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. $24.95 for adults/$12.95 for children.
To reserve your plate, call 559-565-4070. 
 
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Have you ever celebrated Earth Hour? Earth Hour is an international
event organized by the World Wildlife Fund. Earth Hour challenges people
to turn off non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about
the need to take positive actions on climate change. Join us before the
Hour to build a light bulb and learn how Edison’s bulb changed the
world. This is a fun, hands-on program for all ages.
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#NationalParks @NatlParksPhotos·Mar 11
Morning sunlight on the #wuksachilodge #sequoiaandkingscanyonparks @VisitSeKiParks#nationalparks #mountainlodgelove... pic.twitter.com/HHHoucjrme
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#NationalParks @NatlParksPhotos·Mar 11
Super cozy. Repost from @pitstopsforkids"So cozy in the #WuksachiLodge lobby in #sequoia @VisitSeKiParks#trekaroo pic.twitter.com/5w1eAfQTHF
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An evening of star watching among the sequoias is a true pleasure especially with our Night Sky Package which includes "an astronomy wheel to help you locate and identify various constellations and celestial bodies, flashlight, a throw blanket to stay warm, and a recycled tote bag to carry everything."
Stay at the Wuksachi Lodge and look up -- way, way up.
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64740 Wuksachi Way Sequoia National Park, CA 93262
64740 Wuksachi WayUSCASequoia National Park93262
(866) 807-3598visitsequoia.com
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Upscale lodge at Sequoia Park with 3 buildings of rooms plus a restaurant, lounge & free parking.- Google
People talk about kings canyon, national park service, deluxe rooms, place to stay and delaware north
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George Fruthaler
reviewed 3 months ago
2 stays, no complaint. Giant Forest Lodge in 1957 and 1961 was among the Big Trees, but is no more. Even our camp ground in Giant Forest has been closed -- for good reason. But I don't agree with the man who say he would rather rent an RV. My rooms, in two separate buildings, for my stays were excellent, and who can complain about walking 200 yards to a quite satisfactory dining room. I gave it only four stars only because the rooms are several hundred yards from the dining room. On our second stay we had wi-fi in our room for free!
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
We love hearing from repeat visitors. Thank you for your continued patronage.
salty roe
reviewed 7 months ago
This not Giant Forest Lodge. It is a place to stay in Sequoia. I found that I could rent a small RV for what they charge to stay here. Next time I will rent the RV and stay at Lodge pole. WL is pleasent enough, but the design of separate lodging buildings from lobby and reasturant make it feel like no architect was used. You cannot drive up to the front door to check in. The long paths to the lodging buildings are poorly maintained. Be prepared to lug your bags up and down stairs. Rooms could have had balconies to enjoy the lodge pole forest but the design doesn't understand that we are here to be involved with nature. The real shocker was the notice that the water does not meet California standards. Breakfast buffett was executed poorly. The food was often cold and dishes not available to serve ones self. Tables and chairs were crammed in so guests often were bumping into seated dinners. The wifi worked well in my room, but that's not why I am here. The beds are soft and they have no backboards. Got rained out of Ranger talk at lodge pole and came back to dine early. Even though there were open tables I was told I had to wait. When seated, got bread with oil but no vinigar. Getting hot water refills while waiting for dinner was difficult. It took 50 minutes for food to arrive. My wife got plain dried out and cold rice instead of what was ordered. The whole operation with armature and inefficient. Definatly a disappointment at high prices
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
We are sorry to hear that your stay did not meet your expectations, but are very glad you took the time to share your insights with us. We will review your specific concerns and share them with our managers so that they can improve their level of service.
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Murti Maini
reviewed 11 months ago
the dinner was delicious. only problem was it took one hour. A table and time had been resrved in advance
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
We apologize for the extended wait time, but are glad to hear that the dinner was delicious. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
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Anthony Bennett
reviewed 3 months ago
Awesome! Great People and what a wonderful view! I would love to visit again during summer this time. Stop at Wal-Mart and buy some chains for your car before going. Just a good idea as they may be required. We had a wonderful dinner and breakfast at the Lodge. Great times!
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thank you for sharing. And by all means, do come back again in summer, and fall, and spring! Each season has something special to experience.
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Sean MacGorman Powell
reviewed 8 months ago
I stayed here because of its proximity to the Giant Forest at Sequoia. There are actually no giant sequoias that I saw in the lodge area--you need to drive a few minutes down the road. The room I stayed in was nice. It had no air conditioning--just a window fan--but a/c wasn't needed during my stay in early August, as daytime highs were only in the low 70's. WiFi was extremely slow, but free. There's no cell phone signal here as of the time of this review, so you really need the WiFi if you feel the need to be connected to the outside world. The lodge's restaurant--The Pines--was adequate (not fantastic), and the bottled beers quite expensive. The all-you-can eat barbecue dinner at nearby Wolverton was a nice change. Overall, a perfectly enjoyable stay.
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Paul Vasquez
reviewed a year ago
I'm writing this review only on the restaurant, at which my wife and I ate twice during our vacation in Sequoia National Park. The food was pricey, as I would expect from any restaurant in such a unique location, but I didn't feel it was bad quality. My wife and I both enjoyed what we ordered. I ordered the turkey burger both days, and my wife ordered the prime rib sandwich. I will say that it wasn't any more expensive than the Grant's Grove restaurant, however. If you want to eat "real" food (by that I mean, not junk food) in the Sequoia park, these are your only two options. I can corroborate a previous statement that we were told dinners were by reservation only; however, we went back to the lodge later to use the facilities, and I asked if they had any dinner openings, and I was told enthusiastically that they did, and from what I could tell, the dinning room was veritably empty.
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