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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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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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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!
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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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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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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
(866) 807-3598visitsequoia.com
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Unassuming rooms in a rustic lodging with a forest-view restaurant, meeting space & free parking.- Google
"Staff is very nice and the restaurant offers decent food."
"The first room we received had a clogged tub full of dingy water."
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Todd Seimer
2 months ago
Worst experience I've ever had with a hotel. My family and I arrived at the hotel to check in (the reservation was made and paid for a month and a half ago) and were greeted with the response "you're reservation was canceled by us a few days ago." No sorry, no here's dinner on us, the only advice they had was that Comfort Inn 1 hour away would have a room for us. I had even called the day before to confirm my reservation, "yup you are all set sir, we look forward to seeing you tomorrow." So I drive all the way to the comfort inn to find out they are all booked up as well. So after all that we left Sequoia NP not getting to enjoy our visit like we had imagined (came all the way from Ohio). I still have not seen a refund. Don't bother reserving a room and paying for it in advance, it doesn't matter to them at all!
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Hello Todd S. I would like to personally apologize for our failure. There are no excuses that can make up for the inconvenience we caused you. Unfortunately we did not react and recover appropriately to a reservations systems error and you and your family undoubtedly suffered the consequence of our error. I am sure traveling from Ohio to a cancelled hotel reservation was not just an inconvenience that night, but surely put a damper on your whole vacation. I would like to try and make this up to you. Delaware North runs The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake in your great state of Ohio ( http://www.thelodgeatgeneva.com/ ) . I would like extend an invitation for a 2 nights stay for you and your family. If you would kindly contact me via email or phone call, we can discuss (I've provided my contact details in a private message). Again, please accept my deepest apologies. Jeff Fortin
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Shelley Bicksler
a month ago
We loved eating at the lodge restaurant. The service was great and the soup was definitely a favorite. The view from the big windows is magnificent. If you can stomach the curvy drive, this is a great place to eat!
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Chloe Baeza
4 months ago
The lodges are beautifully built in the midst of the Sequoia mountains and at night you perfectly see the stars. There's many driving areas to visit and go hiking, all with in reach of the lodges. At the registration office there is a gift and little market center and a nice lounging area with a chimney and comfortable seating area and a restraunt inside. I came in the beginning of April and there was a nice coat of snow still. Overall experience it was a 10
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thanks for reviewing us Chloe!
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Abigail Martinez
in the last week
Employees here are rude. After asking a question i did not want to ask anyone else or purchase anything from them so I drove to Montecito where they offer friendly service and respect.
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David McCarty
a month ago
There is no A/C. At night it gets cool enough that this isn't a major problem, but I still wished for it once or twice. You will have no cell coverage at all - phone, texting, data - nothing. That's true in pretty much the whole park, so nothing against the hotel, but be aware that their wifi is abysmal, so while, yes, you CAN get SOME things online, be sure to have downloaded all your maps, audio books, guides, and whatever else you were planning on using while you were here BEFORE you come. Again, the hotel probably can't get anything better, so this is more of a warning than a complaint. TIP: if you are coming as a group, consider getting long-range walkie talkies or something like that. The water comes out of the tap at a VERY slow rate - 28.8 ml / second or .46 gallons / minute. I understand the need to conserve water, but it shouldn't take a full minute to fill up 2 water bottles. My door didn't close all the way unless you pulled on it, which in and of itself wasn't a big deal, but lent to the general feeling that this building is older and could use a bit of a freshening up, although I acknowledge that some may find it more of a charming, quaint sort of feel and prefer it that way. As far as I could tell, the only difference bergen the standard and deluxe rooms was that the more expensive ones are ever so slightly bigger and have a chair. Big woop - I recommend the cheaper room unless you have a need for a few extra square feet of space. You must walk a short distance from the car to your room. Some may like the feeling of remoteness that this gives, but it isn't particularly handicap-friendly, if that's an issue for you. The beds were comfortable, the rooms were clean, and the location was fantastic. Really, when you get right down to it, that's all that really matters, right?
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GrafvonIsen
a week ago
The place is a little bit outdated yet ideally located in the park. The room maides pay attention to every detail, for example arranging towels in the form of a bear. Staff is very nice and the restaurant offers decent food.
Response from the owner - in the last week
Thanks for reviewing us Grafvonlsen, we appreciate it!
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Thanh Nguyen
a month ago
Beautiful lodge designed with a very nice restaurant inside. It has a nice cozy feeling because of the lights, the sofa seats, complimentary coffee and hot water, and a nice fireplace. The lodge is also open 24/7 and serves as a nice information center for visitors as well.
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Ethan Paulson
a month ago
Had a really nice lunch here while driving around the area. Great little spot with sweet views of the mountains, great service and pretty good food as well. Would recommend for a stop for lunch while you're in the area.