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The Giant Sequoia National Monument is located near the small town of Porterville, CA, which is almost smack-dab in the middle of this very long state. The nearest larger town is Visalia, at around 60 miles to the west. The park also sits about equidistant from the two large cities of San Jose and the Los Angeles metro area, at around 250 miles from each.

This part of the country is mountainous, forested, and known for being very scenic. The prime draw in this area is the outdoor recreational opportunities it makes available throughout the year. Hiking, camping, and scenic drives throughout the local forests are the main activities people enjoy engaging in here. The very large and very old redwood trees that are found here in California are the main attraction that people come to this region to see.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Giant Sequoia National Monument will make it easy to engage in the activities available all around the local area. There are some lakes that are perfect for fishing or dipping your feet and cooling off from the summer heat. These are good places to paddle a kayak, as well. You may also find the perfect spot for a scenic picnic in these picturesque areas.

Giant Sequoia National Monument is home to the Giant Sequoia Tree, which is the largest known tree in the entire world. The park is split into two sections, with various groves of these trees in each. Hiking trails, such as the Trail of a Hundred Giants, traverse both sections, giving visitors the chance to view these behemoths up close. The trails vary in length, but most are fairly easy in difficulty.

The Fresno Chaffee Zoo and Island Waterpark are both in town. The waterpark offers wave pools and waterslides to enjoy. This is a great way to escape the heat from the summer sun! The zoo features a number of animal exhibits where you can view critters in their natural environment. Some of these are not native to this continent.

Camping at Giant Sequoia National Monument

Giant Sequoia National Monument makes it easy to camp with an RV. There are national forest campgrounds available throughout the park and others that are privately-owned throughout the local region.

The National Forest service campgrounds are rather rustic, usually only providing amenities such as vault toilets and potable water. Some offer ranger-led, informational talks on the plants and animals found in the park. These are usually only available during the busier periods of the year.

Nelson Falls RV Park is located near the site. It offers hookups, bathrooms, and showers. This camp is situated just off the main road on the way to the park, so it should be easy for you to find. As there are some really unique sites to see near here, many people enjoy RV camping at the Giant Sequoia National Monument, so it shouldn't be hard to find any services you may need.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Tulare County, you will find many unique places to visit nearby. There are several of these in Visalia. The Zalud House is located in a historic home in town. It details the history of the local area and is open for tours. There is also the ImagineU Children's Museum. Here, kids can enjoy both indoor and outdoor science exhibits. They can participate in hands-on experiments to learn more about the natural world that surrounds them. National monument RV camping puts many different interesting locations right at your fingertips.

You can also find fun things to do in the Fresno area, which isn't far from the park. The Forestiere Underground Gardens is a unique spot where plants and trees grow underground in caverns that resemble catacombs. Paved walking paths connect these and allow you to easily enjoy all the exhibits. This site is largely shaded, so it is a good place to visit in the summer.

There are a number of museums in town. The Discovery Center is a science museum for children. The Meux Home Museum allows you to tour the former home of a Civil War doctor. There is a Legion of Valor Museum that is dedicated to war veterans. The Kearney Mansion Museum is located in a local, historic home. It highlights the agricultural industry in the local area. The house is also open for tours.

When you've been looking for a great place to visit that offers views you can't get anywhere else, consider camping at the Giant Sequoia National Monument. Take a walk through the giant trees, visit an underground garden, or tour the home of a former Civil War doctor. Camp in an RV near Porterville and enjoy your time in central California.

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