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Area: Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park   

State: California    Elevation: 7,120 ft

Lat: 36.6078945*   Long: -118.7542033*

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What's Near Wuksachi Lodge?
(miles) 10 20 30 40 50

Getting There

From the North/Big Stump entrance (via Fresno and Highway 180 East): Take north-south Highway 99 to Fresno. Exit Kings Canyon Highway 180 east. Take 180 east to Clovis Avenue where the highway currently ends. Turn right on Clovis Avenue and travel south to Kings Canyon Road (180). Turn left onto Kings Canyon Road/180 and travel east all the way to the park entrance (about 53 miles). Sequoia and Kings Canyon share the same park entrance gates. Past the entrance, turn right at the “Y” to enter Sequoia National Park. From the park entrance station, Wuksachi Lodge is 25 miles (approximately 50 minutes in good driving conditions).

Please note: This road is less narrow and winding than Highway 198 and vehicles more than 22 feet are advised to use this entrance.

From the South/Ash Mountain entrance (Visalia via Highway 198 East): Take Highway 99 to Visalia. Exit Highway 198 east to the park entrance (about 45 miles). From the entrance station, Wuksachi Lodge is 23 miles (approximately 60 minutes drive in good driving conditions).

There is a vehicle-length advisory limit of 22 feet from 4 miles inside this entrance to the Giant Forest area. Longer vehicles are advised to use Highway 180.

From the South (Tulare via Highway 63 to Highway 180 East) for buses over 22 feet in length: Take Highway 99 to Tulare. Exit Highway 63 to Highway 180 East (about 40 miles) to the park entrance. From the entrance station, Wuksachi Lodge is 25 miles.

Wuksachi Lodge

Spot Comments:

  • My wife's family is lucky enough to own 100 acres near Hume lake that they never sold to the government which is where we got married. We spent our wedding night at the Wuksachi and it is a great place. Nice clean rooms and a great restaurant out in the big trees.

  • Posted by rich on Apr-15-2010

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