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In the breathtaking wilderness bordering Sequoia National Park, Sequoia RV Ranch is an excellent place to base a Central California RV camping trip. The RV park is in the small town of Three Rivers. It's within proximity to several vast natural areas and is just a short drive from regional cities like Visalia and Fresno.
Sequoia RV Ranch is open all year round and offers several different camping options. The RV sites at Sequoia RV Ranch are available with full or partial hookups. Riverfront camping sites are offered, too.
You'll have access to some great features and amenities while camping at Sequoia RV Ranch, including WiFi, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a BBQ area for grilling up tasty dinner feasts for family and friends. The riverfront itself is among the park’s best features, with lots of areas to go fishing, swimming, or picnicking. The on-site camp store stocks essentials like RV camping gear and ice. There are numerous other reasons to camp at Sequoia RV Ranch, like its idyllic location near the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Central California.
There are several national forests in California, and a couple can be found in the Sierra Nevada Mountains nearby. Sequoia National Forest is known for its huge trees. A 4,000-year-old bristlecone pine thought to be the oldest tree in the world is found in the forest, although its location is a guarded secret. You can trek through the wilderness or stay in one of the primitive campgrounds in this mountainous forest, or visit the adjoining Sequoia National Park, which, combined with the forest, makes up a few million acres of land. The General Sherman Tree at Sequoia National Park is one of its most legendary sequoia trees, and one of the largest trees in the world. This 2,000-year-old tree towers at over 270 feet tall.
Kings Canyon National Park is situated next to Sequoia National Park, with a bounty of exciting ecosystems to explore. The impressive Kings Canyon itself is straddled by some of the steepest vertical drops in America, with lofty peaks like Mount Agassiz surrounding it. There are plenty of campgrounds, towering waterfalls, and mesmerizing landscapes to enjoy while hiking or biking through this stunning example of California beauty.
On the other side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains lies one of the lowest elevation places in the country as well as one of the driest and hottest. The site of some of the world’s highest recorded temperatures, Death Valley National Park is also worth visiting while RV camping in Central CA. Fuel up the Three Rivers motorhome rental and embark on the sometimes-scenic four-hour drive to this waterless wasteland. Explore its sprawling salt flats and desert canyons, find a comfy seat and experience a stunning desert sunset, or seek out some of the park's unique plant life. Stay at one of the campgrounds in Death Valley and make this a multi-day adventure so you can traverse the hiking trails, go rock climbing, or cruise Badwater Road for some fantastic views of the valley.
Three Rivers is a little mountain town with a lot of amenities. The restaurant scene is small but diverse, offering Mexican, American, and diner-style fare. A couple of gas stations and a few grocery stores can be found within a few miles of Sequoia RV Ranch.
Fresno and Visalia are within easy reach and offer expansive dining and shopping options, and lots of attractions. Visalia is the closest, and there you can find a variety of fun things to check out, like the lovely Visalia Farmers Market, where fresh produce, artisan products, rustic crafts, and other local goods can be purchased. The Hanford Fox Theatre is a local treasure and a historic site, harkening back to the days of picture houses and early black-and-white films. The theater features comedy shows, concerts, plays, and film screenings in an iconic architectural setting.
Families with young children should check out the ImagineU Children’s Museum in Visalia, full of hands-on exhibits showing young ones the marvels of the natural world. Parents can relax while their kids learn about science and make new friends in this fantastic facility.
Up in Fresno, the Fresno Chafee Zoo is a great destination for travelers of all ages and stages. The 39-acre facility has nearly 200 species of animals, from sea creatures to birds of prey. You can walk around and learn about animals from all around the globe while visiting this fabulous family-friendly attraction in Fresno.