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Old 06-24-2014, 05:34 AM   #1
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Driving Through Sequoia National Forest?

Can I drive through the Sequoia National Forest with a Class A motorhome?
Is there a route that someone can recommend? I think it would be a cool experience for the kids to see those huge trees.
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I've been there 2 times, once with the grandkids, you shouldn't miss it. Nj dosen't have any trees like that. I just checked some of my pictures but they were no help. I think I remember seeing tour busses going through there but with CRS syndrome who knows. We used the toad and parked outside at a Wally when we were there. Maybe a call to them wouldn't hurt, if your out there go one way or the other. I do remember the return trip down a goat trail 24,45,245, whatever something like that about half way through that went out of the park a real roller coaster ride. Don't try that in an RV. Good luck.

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We came in from the south (198) and stayed in 3 Rivers. There is camping in the park but can't comment on the amenities. We took the toad into the park and saw many large tour busses throughout the park. The road was good but curvy in spots.

It was very hot when we visited and missed the hike to General Sherman Tree...how much bigger can a Sequoia get than the one's around it??? The trees will amaze the kids, but take 'em to King's Canyon if you want to knock their socks off! The road into K'sC is a toad road(IMO)...hope you're towing because you'll be too close to the canyon to miss seeing it.
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