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Sequoia National Park Adventure from Tulare
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Sequoia National Park Adventure from Tulare

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Living within minutes of Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National parks all my life I have spent most of my life exploring all these parks have to offer. Join me as I take you and or your group on a private tour of the park. We will walk among the largest trees in the world, hike to the top of Moro rock, stop at several beautiful vista points, search for animals as we explore a meadow and much more. I have several things preplanned to make the most out of your day but I am flexible. My tours can be customized to what you want to see from hiking, vehicle tours and popular attractions. With over 12 years of law enforcement experience I take your safety serious. Let me take the worry out of planning your trip. You tell me where you want to go or see and I’ll take you there.
$249.00 per adult
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LizzieB wrote a review Aug 2020
Los Angeles, California2 contributions1 helpful vote
Lake Hume campground was amazing - 1st time here. Outside of our own private campground, when going for hikes and bike rides, 99% of people wore masks, most everyone was respectful of the social distancing requirements, & most everyone respected the quiet hours of 10pm to 6am. It is a beautiful spot. Drinking water is at every site. Toilets are close and cleaned every day. The lake is gorgeous and lovely to swim in. Bring your own water toys though - floaties, paddle boards, surfboards, kayaks etc. AVOID the Christian camp. It is open to the public but it is crowded, noisy and to our complete surprise, NO ONE wore masks. NO ONE was social distancing. We were shocked. And when we first walked through, and were wearing masks, they looked at us like we were from another planet. Even our teens noticed! Don't be taken in by the convenience of the general store (they wore masks inside the store though) as the prices are very inflated. We did try the paddle boats - at $20/hour - they only rent by the hour (of course) - and it was our 1st time on a board - yet they didn't give any help or instruction - a kind stranger gave us guidance - so it was not a successful or pleasant experience. The size of the board mattered, we discovered, and when I spoke to them after, all they offered was an 'I'm sorry.' It was run by teens who were all very preoccupied with each other and with having a good time instead of giving good customer service. No refund or even an offer of at least another hour - $80.00 wasted. Very, very disappointing. It's unfortunate that to walk/bike around the whole lake you have to go through the Christian camp, but that's the way it is. Sooo, bring your own water toys - and don't give them any of your hard earned money! And thank you to everyone who wore their masks!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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TinyHarms wrote a review Jun 2020
Mountain View, California72 contributions46 helpful votes
We stopped by the Sandy Cove area of Hume Lake after visiting Grant Grove. We arrived about 11am and most parking was already taken. We found street parking and walked down to the beach. The lake and surroundings are beautiful but the beach area is fairly small and filled up quick. That being said, we still found a little shady spot and the kids played in the water. It seemed clean and there were ducks swimming around. Lots of kayaks, sail boats, floats, stand up paddle boards. I think this would be the best way to enjoy the lake and get away from some of the beach crowds. There are restrooms near the main parking area for Sandy Cove. There is also a green space closer to the main Hume area but parts of it seemed to be currently roped off. I also know the Christian camp that typically causes more traffic in the area is currently closed from COVID. I think this area is worth a couple hour detour to enjoy the beach or hike around the lake.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Pauliina H wrote a review Nov 2019
Raisio, Finland98 contributions24 helpful votes
Really nice drive down to the lake and beautiful views. Not much to do or other stuff to see, but still worth the visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AngieB_123_123 wrote a review Oct 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom10 contributions4 helpful votes
We thought we could get something to eat but on arrival it was closed. Seems more of a Christian Summer Camp town than tourist destination. Lovely and tranquil though and scenery nice, but check opening times to pick the day you visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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AndyB5542 wrote a review Oct 2019
Minneapolis, Minnesota3,520 contributions262 helpful votes
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We did the loop hike around the lake. On the way to the trail head we went past the retreat center. It was weird seeing so many people after not really seeing anybody the whole day. The trail around the lake is pretty easy, and you do see some spectacular sites.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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