Download a free copy of the official national park maps before your Sequoia and Kings Canyon vacation. These maps show most major park roads with notes about seasonal closings such as the road to Mineral King Ranger Station and the Kings Canyon Scenic Byway. You can also see an overview of the main hiking trails, but be sure to pick up an actual trail map before you head out into the backcountry. Campgrounds and picnic areas are highlighted with icons. Want to know what that high mountain peak or dome you are seeing from the park? Those are notated too, along with rivers and lakes. You’ll find all major entrance stations notated. A couple of entrances have limited hours or seasons.
Hungry for knowledge? See the locations of the visitor centers and museums. Or head for the multitude of ranger stations notated with icons of a building with flags waving.
Need a Detailed Topographic Map for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks?
Buy the National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map for Sequoia and Kings Canyon at REI.com. The map includes trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, geologic history and much more printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material.