Sequoia National Park is one of the most incredible forests you’ll ever explore, and it’s also home the largest tree in the world. We found a really charming RV campground just outside the park where we were just minutes from the visitor center. The drive into the park is a pretty spectacular 5,000-foot-plus climb through switchbacks and hairpin turns, and the views along the way are amazing to match. After finally making it all the way to the top we found ourselves surrounded by the most massive, most beautiful trees we had ever seen: the Giant Sequoias. The first monster tree we encountered was the 257-foot tall Sentinel Tree that stands near the Forest Center. After playing around there, we headed deeper into the park to find the largest tree in the world: The General Sherman.
Come along with the Five2Go crew as we explore this incredible National Park and fall in love with the overwhelmingly huge and magical Sequoias.