Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI)
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI), located in the Eastern Sierras of California, were established in 1890 and 1940 . The two parks protect over 808,000 acres of land. There is an additional 29,500 acres of proposed protected land as of September 2020 .
- Visitor Centers:
- Foothills Visitor Center: 47050 Generals Hwy, Three Rivers, CA 93271, (559) 565-3341
- Giant Forest Museum: 47050 Generals Hwy, Three Rivers, CA 93271, (559) 565-4480
- Lodgepole Visitor Center: 63100 Lodgepole Rd, Sequoia National Park, CA 93262, (559) 565-4436
- Kings Canyon Visitor Center: 83918 CA-180, Grant Grove Village, CA 93633, (559) 565-3341
Top Equipment Assets
Land Management Plan
Final General Management Plan and Comprehensive River Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and Middle and South Forks of the Kings River and North Fork of the Kern River 
- National Park Service (NPS)
- United States Department of the Interior
- Sequoia National Park
- Kings Canyon National Park
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