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Grant Grove

#8 of 41 things to do in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Features Animals
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
+1 559-565-3341
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we went to see th e grant grove and it's a sight to see.!! i just loved seeing the beautiful huge... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Thousand Oaks, California
Amazing trees

This path weaves throughout the Grant Grove. There are plenty of gigantic Sequoia trees, as well... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Inside Kings Canyon National Park is this grove of giant Sequoias.
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  • Very good18%
  • Average6%
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Reviewed yesterday

we went to see th e grant grove and it's a sight to see.!! i just loved seeing the beautiful huge trees....nature at it's best!

1  Thank jolynm
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This path weaves throughout the Grant Grove. There are plenty of gigantic Sequoia trees, as well as a few that have fallen and are hollowed out that you can walk through. The path is fairly short but there is a parking lot and restroom. Worth...More

Thank Rodney B
Reviewed 1 week ago

I cannot completely express how beautiful and awesome the trees in the grove are. I felt so very tiny walking among these giant beauties. Even the boulders in the grove are enormous. Pictures cannot accurately portray how large these magnificent trees are because without a...More

Thank Lisa C
Reviewed 1 week ago

A nice .75 mile, paved walkway goes thur Grant Grove. Lots of large Redwoods, including General Grant Tree. Area has a large parking lot.

Thank webbfoot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This grove is much less busy than the Sherman tree area, but very comparable from the views. However, if you have time, you should not miss the Sherman tree and Giant grove

Thank TravellerFromSanJose
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The General Grant Tree is indeed huge. It fascinating standing next to a 1600 year old tree with the world's largest diameter of 107.5 ft. The grover, however, is not that impressive. There are only about 10 huge sequoias in it. The General Sherman grove...More

Thank David_PA1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The majesty of these trees is amazing. Take the time to see every one you can see as each seems to tell a STORY.

Thank IkoIkoIko
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice trail...just follow the trail. Not one that you have travel half the world for as I'm sure a lot of places have these local trails but not trees. Sequoia is much more beautiful so if you dont have the time - then just head...More

Thank Ruby33020
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The biggest tree, the three biggest trees, the 1,000 biggest trees. It becomes difficult to not be overwhelmed. It is a great feeling! This is a very short hike in a very big forest. Well worth the time and effort.

1  Thank Henry A
Reviewed May 26, 2017

Beautiful location and numerous large Sequoias and very historical area. If you only see one area in the park this is it.

Thank Bruce P
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December 3, 2016|
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Response from Backpacker_0905 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you could see the area minimally. You could see the view around you and though it's flat, getting up to the path for the Grant Groves, might be tricky.