2017 Sequoia Visitor Guide

The Sequoia Visitor Guide is published annually. 50,000 copies are distributed by The Sequoia Tourism Council. The guide will take you on a whirlwind tour – complete with must-sees, itinerary ideas, and a glimpse of the people and places that make the Sequoia region a destination you just can’t miss! Every effort has been made to ensure the information within this publication is complete and accurate at the time of publication.

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MAPS OF TULARE COUNTY

& SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK

Getting to the Sequoias:

Just miles off of California’s Highway 99, you’ll escape the concrete jungles and enter a world of pristine beauty.

Stunning agriculture rests along hillsides with a jawdropping backdrop of the majestic Sierra Nevadas. Tulare County is centrally located within 75 miles of three airports: Visalia, Fresno, and Bakersfield. A commuter airline serves the Visalia Airport, which also houses a number of air charter services and private airplanes.
Amtrak and Greyhound are also great modes of transportation to the Sequoia region, dropping and picking up at the Visalia Transit Center, right in the heart of Downtown Visalia. Relax aboard the Sequoia Shuttle from Downtown Visalia, Exeter, or Three Rivers for an unforgettable trek to Sequoia National Park, or take a hike into Sequoia National Forest just miles from Porterville’s and Springville’s city centers.

Mileage Chart to the Sequoias:

From Yosemite: 170 miles (3 hours & 45 minutes)
From Los Angeles: 205 miles (4 hours)
From San Francisco: 270 miles (4 hours & 45 minutes)
From Las Vegas: 380 miles (6 hours & 30 minutes)