Our stay in House #1 was great. It had everything we needed in terms of amenities and plenty of space. You won't get high speed internet here but maybe that's the point. Although with remote work becoming more common, I could see this place being an ideal scene change if Sequoia Resort decided to invest in some internet bandwidth. Location is a bit of a drive but so is everything at or near Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. Be sure to fill up on gas when you can and download your maps. Unless you have Verizon, you will be out of range.
Stayed here over the Easter weekend at House #1 really loved the place, peaceful, house is large and clean, complete kitchen, bedroom and bathroom amenities, wonderful outside deck with a working and clean BBQ grill, (we used it every day). friendly staff and close proximity to Sequoia National Park. We will definitely return!
We stayed for 4 nights in September 2020 in the studio guest suite attached to the main building. We were out in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks all day (entrance is about 30-40 minute drive away on a very windy road). It's about as close as you can get to the parks for this level of comfort and price point. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to others as well. As described, it is a simple studio with a kitchenette, microwave, toaster oven, and attached bathroom, but it suited our needs perfectly. We cooked meals inside as well as on the propane grill outside. The laundry room next door was free to use and also came in handy. The room was clean and facilities were simple but modern. We had everything we needed in the kitchen and bathroom for a comfortable stay. Wi-Fi was slow (which we were warned about) but I had Verizon and had no trouble with signal. Bikes were advertised, but we found them hard to use. The bikes were old and the land is a little too hilly for biking. We also tried the boat on the small lake/pond, and it was also very old. Still, we spent most of our time away so this didn't bother us much. The only negative thing is that the RV campsites are right outside the room and some of the kids were fairly noisy running around in the morning.…
Before giving my review I must tell you to carefully review a map before driving to this RV spot. One of the roads the "Wildhog Canyon" road is extremely winding and hard to navigate. The easier and still winding is to approach from the north by turning on 245 off of 180 E Kings Canyon Rd. Sequoia is a secluded RV spot but not suited for really large RV's. Most spots are divided by a wooden fence for privacy and are large and easy to navigate. The scenery is spectacular and is fairly close to Kings Canyon National Park. Wifi is almost nonexistent at your site but somewhat available at the office. Our cell coverage was also nonexistent but it was a relief not to have outside contact for a couple of days. Compared to some the price was good at $45 per night for full hookups.
Great scenery, clean sites with views of verdant hills in spring. Wild turkeys occasionally gobbling back and forth in the distance, lots of wildflowers. Several pet cats around but they keep to themselves. Owner responsive and friendly. Facilities pleasant and adequate for all who were there when we visited for 2 night s.