Sequoia Parks Conservancy is the official nonprofit partner of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. With your support we provide funding for vital projects and programs that preserve and protect these parks. Explore Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park's website for more information here ›
Exploring the national parks can be overwhelming, but we're here to help you have a fun and memorable journey in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. We'll connect you to the biggest trees, the darkest skies, and the wildest wilderness. Everything is here waiting. The only thing missing is you.
In honor of Black History month (Feb. 1 - Mar. 1), we are highlighting Colonel Young and the Buffalo Soldiers. In the summer of 1903, Captain Charles Young became the first African-American National Park Superintendent when he and his troops were tasked to manage and maintain Sequoia National Park in California. To learn more about these important figures and their contribution to the national parks, check out these publications. Poster is also available for purchase.
When you become a Friend of Sequoia Parks Conservancy with a donation of $35 or more, you support our many education, restoration, and preservation projects. As a Friend, you will stay connected through special programs, events, and offers throughout the year.
If you are in Sequoia and Kings Canyon, stop by one of our Park Stores. They are located in the Visitor Centers throughout the Parks. In Sequoia: Foothills Visitor Center, Giant Forest Museum, Lodgepole Visitor Center, and the Mineral King Ranger Station. In Kings Canyon: Kings Canyon Visitor Center, and the Cedar Grove Visitor Center. More Info ›