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SeKi has well over a foot of snow!
Thanks to Chris Publiski for sharing this image of the snow covered Mark Twain Stump. The Mark Twain Tree is a giant sequoia that was cut down in 1891 to display in the New York Museum of Natural History and the British Museum of Natural History in London. You can still see the slices today.
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Big milestone coming up this month - it's the 98th birthday of the National Park Service!
Celebrate with fee-free entrance into the parks on Monday, Aug. 25! Be sure to wish any rangers a happy birthday!
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Have to take advantage of this. Sequoia/Klngs Canyon is only 1 hr away.
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Learn how to ID animals, wild foods & more at @NatlParkService's ranger-led Investigation Station, all wk 2:30-3:30 http://ow.ly/yHUIu
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7/12/2014 
Family Birding Walk 

Take a break from your family vacation! Join us for a short walk to introduce the whole family to successfully identifying song birds in the Sierra. This walk will teach you to spot and recognize birds easily seen in other national parks. Watch how the whole family becomes quietly excited watching birds in Sequoia National Park. Binoculars supplied. Location: Wuksachi Lodge Duration: 1.5 hours Ages: 5 and older Rated: easy Cost: free 
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Dark Sky Festival schedule of events is now available. To download a pdf version, visit our website at http://www.visitsequoia.com/special-events.aspx.
#darkskyfestival   #sequoianationalpark   #kingscanyonnationalpark  
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New parks initiative for #green & clean planet -- h20 bottle refill stations, now at Giant Forest Museum & coming to other locations!
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The Bay Area Travel & Adventure Show is this weekend in Santa Clara, February 7 & 8. Stop by booth 422 for a chance to win special lodging offers and climb our rock wall...See you there!
http://ow.ly/IzaOx
The annual San Francisco Travel & Adventure Show is where travel lovers come for travel inspiration, expert information and fun, cultural interaction.
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Find your ultimate photo opp this fall with the new Fall Photography Package! Join renowned wildlife photographer Jeff Jones for a half-day photography workshop, along with a two-night stay at Wuksachi, daily breakfasts, and a reception. This is exclusively available on Oct. 24 and Nov. 14, so be sure to book quickly!
Explore the latest Sequoia seasonal vacation packages. With great rates and special events, our Sequoia National Park seasonal vacation packages offer something for everyone.
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The Making of a Modern Day Chief: Charlie Cooke
Please Join Us for a Special Campfire Program July 15 - 8-9 p.m. - Lodgepole Campfire – Sequoia National Park, Lodgepole Campground Amphitheater (near Loop B)

Dr. Mary Louise Contini Gordon, author, will take you on a photographic journey about Chumash Chief Charlie Cooke from her recent book, TIQ SLO’W: The Making of a Modern Day Chief. Charlie Cooke collaborated with national and state parks and their leaders at sites in Chumash territory along the California Coast. The story includes the relentless dedication of this cowboy, truck driver, and war veteran to American Indian sites/culture and national and state parks—in some cases one and the same.
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Can't wait to try out the delicious new menu items Chef Graham has cooking at #ThePeaks at #Wuksachi http://ow.ly/yHV4G
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Sanger neighbors are launching a new transit service to take residents & visitors into the parks as of summer 2015! http://ow.ly/yKQnH
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Start your morning at Wuksachi Lodge with a FREE Yoga session - 8-9 am, select mornings in July. 
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Sequoia National Park 64740 Wuksachi Way Sequoia National Park, CA 93262
64740 Wuksachi WayUSCaliforniaSequoia National Park93262
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Relaxed rooms in a woodsy property offering a restaurant with forest views, plus a gift shop.- Google
"I would give 5 stars for the location, scenery, and service."
"Staff is very nice and the restaurant offers decent food."
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Evan Weissman
a month ago
An amazing hideaway tucked deep into the mountains of Sequoia National Park. The lodge is rustic, cozy, and and excellent place to relax after a long day of hiking and exploring. The rooms aren't luxury, however they are nice enough to get the job done and keep heat inside. I would give 5 stars for the location, scenery, and service. However, I have to give 4 stars because there is only one dining option on site which is quite expensive. I would definitely return again and recommend this place to anyone visiting Sequoia National Park.
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Patrick A. Aleman
3 months ago
This is a very decent lodge. It's not gigantic, it's not part of a village, and there is no night (or day-life) here. It is very quiet, very clean and well kept with a well placed restaurant. All in all, very peaceful and just minutes away (driving) from the General Sherman and the well-stocked (Food, wine, spirits and lots of souvenirs) convenient store. I will never forget this place.
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Michele Fadda
a month ago
I would give 5 star for the beauty of the place and the location. Unfortunately we had to wait so long for our waiter first and food after.. They need a better organization of the restaurant. People look like they did not want to see us. The food was good overall and the waiter turned out to be a nice guy. I was there with my wifey for lunch the day after Thanksgiving. Don't stop for lunch if you want to go around the park, it may take a long time.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Hi Michele, Thanks for the review. I'm sorry that you had to wait so long. We do understand this is a problem and have tried various ways to improve it, but the reality is that we simply need more capacity. To that end, we do have an expansion planned for the restaurant and, beginning next summer there will also be a barbecue on the grounds of Wuksachi Lodge. So we definitely apologize for the wait and do want to let you know that we think we have solutions, but as with any expansion in a national park, the time from planning to implementation can be quite long. I'm sorry that the wait took away from your time to enjoy the scenery, but glad to hear that you did at least have some time to appreciate the five-star beauty!
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Oscar Martinez
3 months ago
Great staff with the exception of the restaurant. For the price of the food it was under cooked, some of it actually still frozen. Flat soda and they didn't get me another soda until after I had already finished all the food. The meat was pretty much raw and full of oil. It's a shame that such a beautiful (and expensive) lodge can't compliment itself with a decent dining experience.
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Hi Oscar, thanks for the kind words about the staff. We're sorry to hear about your dining experience - this is definitely not up to our standards and we hope you brought this to the attention of our staff so that we could amend the dish for you.
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Mony
3 weeks ago
I loved this place it's like you don't want to go back to reality. Loved the quietness and their service. Employees at check in and at the lodge were helpful and friendly. They even provide you with toiletries (toothbrush and tooth paste)need to ask though. The rooms have shampoo and body wash pumps inside the shower.There is only one place too eat and dinner is expensive but what makes it much more pricey is that you Have Too Pay your waiter a tip and your tab tells you how much YOU HAVE TO PAY that's the only negative thing I can say about this lodge. I believe they should make it into a buffet and that way more people would go up there. The stay is expensive as it is and you can't drive no where because the road that gets you too the top 8,500 feet has sharp turns and it's dangerous to be driving at night. By the way the room has no microwave. I went during thanksgiving week 2016. yes we got snow the next day.
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Charles Russell
2 weeks ago
Experienced the park and the perfect place to stay. Great time for family with elementary age children. Great food, lobby games and transportation to the local activities. Wuksachi made it an easy experience.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Thank you Charles, for taking the time to give us your 5 star rating! We are very pleased to know you thoroughly enjoyed your family trip to the Wuksachi Lodge. We hope you will return to visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon park many times in the future and look forward to serving you again.
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Justin Wiebe
2 months ago
Lodge is very remote and we were not expecting the lack of cell coverage etc but it lived up to the billing. Great staff and tons of activities. The dinner options were good and not at all expensive for what they could have been. Rooms were clean and had refrigerators.
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thanks Justin, we appreciate the review!
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Robert Abbott
3 weeks ago
Really cool staying in the park! Lodge is nice, rooms are rustic and only one dining option (which was average at best). But didn't really matter because of the setting!