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Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the Sequoia National Park is truly a natural treasure that is filled with canyons, majestic sequoia trees and rugged terrain. Apart from enjoying the scenic views, visitors can indulge in activities like camping, hiking, winter sports, and horseback riding. The park is managed jointly alongside the Kings Canyon National Park.
Kern National Wildlife Refuge spread over lush 1,249 acres (505.45 hectares) within San Joaquin Valley. Established in 1960, on the site of an original freshwater wetland, the refuge is home to a huge range of birds, animals and vegetation communities. Several kind of migratory birds call this place home during varying times in the year. Waterfowl such as ducks, geese and swans are found here aplenty. Apart from birding and sightseeing, the place offers activities such as hiking.
Located at the center of the Sequoia National Park, Moro Rock is an unusual granite rock formation. Visitors can hike to the top for a stunning vistas of the landscape from the viewpoint. The hike is not possible during the winters due to the snowfall. There is also a stairway offering an easy route to the top. This geological landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Storyland is the best place for kids. The amusement park has beautiful castles and slides, just like in Fairytales.
Sequoia National Forest is a must-see site in California. Home to majestic Sequoia groves, the forest features a varied landscape marked by glacial canyons, granite monoliths, caves and many other formations. The forest is filled with natural wonders that are just waiting to be discovered. You can also enjoy activities like hiking, horse-back riding, camping, and water sports.