|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Sequoia Resort is family owned and operated – 377 acres of Sierra Foothill property with oak and pine trees.
Close to Kings Canyon National Park (half-hour drive) and Sequoia National Park (55-minute drive).
The Resort is open year-round, and there are Park activities for every season!
The Resort has hiking trails and a fishing pond with rowboats, barbeque deck and volleyball court and horseshoes. Free bikes to ride and a trampoline for the kids! Free internet connection at the Office.
Driving time from Los Angeles or San Francisco approximately 4.5 hours. Fresno International Airport 1 hour away.
Pets are welcome!
To accommodate family reunions, retreats and workshops – several Sequoia Resort houses (Lake View and Deer Park are additional homes) can be reserved.
Creekside vacation home is large and comfortable, featuring a wrap-around deck with forest and mountain views.
Outdoor dining area with propane barbeque.
Large living room and full kitchen.
• The open plan living room is ideal for relaxing, with a television and DVD player (free DVD library in Office), CD player, books and board games
• It adjoins the dining room with table and 8 chairs
• Kitchen has bar eating area and is fully equipped – four-burner gas stove/oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and all cooking and dining items (including paper towels and napkins)
• Coffee service provided! Coffee beans, grinder, teas, sugar and creamer
• Master bedroom (queen bed and full bed) has en suite bathroom with shower and large oval soaking tub
• Second bedroom has a queen bed
• Third bedroom has a full bed
• One additional twin bed (in living room) for maximum occupancy of 8
• Second bathroom has shower/tub
• Fresh linens and towels, soap and shampoo
• Laundry room with washer and dryer
House artwork by Robert Mertens – brightly colored scenes from nature
Quiet and peaceful home surrounded by trees and natural scenery.
Hi! I'm Rifka and I live at Sequoia Resort with my grandchildren. If you need anything, just ask! I'm a former teacher and text book author - but now love living here and sharing this beautiful and peaceful property with you.
Rifka Several purchased this house in 2004
We are starting with four vacation homes and an RV Park, and have plans to build more homes in the near future. The new homes will feature solar energy and modern design.
An eco-tent campground is in the works near the lake!
Sequoia Resort is exploring collaborations with nonprofit, educational and youth organizations.
Two onsite contemporary art festivals have included international artists - and more art and performance projects are being planned.
We have even been 'scouted' for television and movie locations!
You will LOVE exploring the two National Parks!
Sequoia Park contains a large part of America's longest mountain range - the Sierra Nevada - including Mt. Whitney at 14,505 ft. And the Sequoias are the world's largest trees - General Sherman is 275 ft. tall.
From the top of Moro Rock (300 stair steps) you see the Great Western Divide.
Boyden Cavern and Crystal Cave offer tours.
Fish, boat and swim at Hume Lake.
And you may see black bears in the Parks ... but not at Sequoia Resort!
It is so nice to come 'home' to Deer Park at the end of your day in the Parks, relax and barbeque on the deck, or fix a meal in the kitchen (easy clean-up with the dishwasher!).
If you have hiked, the master bathroom soaking tub will come in handy!
Borrow a movie from our DVD library or watch the moon rise and stars come out.
What a wonderful place to stay! They even thought of coffee and fresh flowers on the table. The location was perfect for all the hiking we did and the house had much to offer with outside play area for the children. It was very clean and had absolutely everything we needed. Thank you for a most pleasant stay. Can't wait to return.
Learn more about this vacation rental at the manager's website:
This place is just beautiful. Very private and comfortable. The manager was very nice and welcoming. She made us feel at home. I can't wait to go back.
House 4 (most privacy), well equiped, bit outdated. friendly atmosphre. 3 bedrooms (1 large, 2 small). quality of the beds poor. wifi in office only, poor strength.
lake almost dried up. bbq on veranda is super!, good access to kingcanyon and sequoia park.
visit restaurant pinehurst lodge up the road!
We were with our family in bungalow 4 (most privacy) and enjoyed nature in an absolute way, cannot get any closer. House full equiped, bit outdated.
house has 3 bedrooms, 1 large, 2 small. Quality of the beds not great. Wifi only in office, not too strong signal
we have a great time this weekends on Sequoia restarts ,my family and friens want to come back ,and the manager was always so helpful always going the extra mile we appreciate everything what she did for us ,
medina and peraltas families we say thanks...
This was a beautiful, tranquil resort and the house we stayed in was clean, spacious, and well-designed-
Overall, this was a wonderful and relaxing stay, and I would recommend it, especially to families with children, and for groups of friends. Sequoia National Park is close by, but the Sequoia Resort property itself is worth the trip- the wooden deck by the lake is perfect for get togethers, barbequing, and general frolicking with friends. Perfect for a weekend getaway from LA or any other city- fresh air to breathe, and beautiful, comfortable surroundings.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Oct 18 2016 - Mar 31 2017
2 night minimum stay
Apr 1 2017 - Oct 31 2017
2 night minimum stay
Nov 1 2017 - Mar 31 2018
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$50|
Sequoia Resort is open year-round, at 3500 ft. elevation.
It is approximately 25 minutes to the entrance of King's Canyon and 55 minutes to Sequoia National Park.
The Generals Highway (50 miles long) takes you through both Parks, featuring: Giant Sequoia trees, two caves to explore, long and short hiking trails, swimming and boating at Hume Lake and visitors' centers at Grant Grove and Giant Forest.
Also nearby is Cat Haven where you can view rare and endangered wild cats such as lions, panthers and leopards.
Squaw Valley Herb Gardens offer garden tours with herb tea tastings, lavender workshops and organic lunches.