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Did you get engaged or married in a state park, or have you attended a wedding in a state park? Share your own “Tie the Knot" experience by adding your photos to the “California’s state parks are great places to ..." photo collection! Your photos may become part of a display at the State Capitol and will help convey to policymakers why state parks are worth protecting.


Honeymoon cabins in the woods

Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks

When we think of California as a possible honeymoon destination, beaches and coastal towns usually come to mind first. But there are wonderful alternatives in case you don't want to spend your entire time at the beach. In fact, experiencing the mountains and valleys in California is perhaps one of the best ideas for recently married couples since they offer spectacular and romantic environments.

Grant Grove Village at Sequoia National Park is a prime example, located within walking distance of the General Grant Tree and grove of giant sequoias. You can choose from six types of rustic cabins and cabin duplexes with private bathrooms, electricity, and propane heat. The duplex bath cabins each have two double beds, daily housekeeping service and an in-room coffee maker. Bath Cabin 9, pictured here and affectionately nicknamed the "Honeymoon Cabin," has a queen bed, a queen sofa bed, private bath, electricity, heat, a small refrigerator, in-room coffee service and is carpeted.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are located approximately a one-hour drive from the city of Fresno, and are home to some of the tallest and oldest trees in the world. Other nearby cabins that are close to the giant sequoia groves include Quaking Aspen Cabin and Wishon Cabin.

Sequoia-Kings Canyon Park Services
PO Box 907
Kings Canyon Natl. Park, CA 93633
Phone (559) 335-5500
or Toll Free: (866) KCANYON
Reservations: (866) 875-8456


Visit the Sequoia-Kings Canyon Parks Website 








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