The Sequoia Parks Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit organization whose mission is to fund projects and programs that enhance the restoration, conservation, and enjoyment of the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.


SEQ Bill Tweed, SEQ Beverly Hartline, NPF Curt Buchholtz, Jack Jeangerard, NPS Woody Smeck, SEQ Sally Bolger_web Panoramic Point Trail Completed!

A Shared Effort. On a beautiful fall day in September, the Foundation celebrated the completion of the reconstructed Panoramic Point Trail, now universally accessible thanks to the shared vision and effort of: Sequoia Parks Foundation Bill Tweed, and Beverly Hartline, National Park Foundation Curt Buchholtz, local donor Jack Jeangerard, Sequoia and Kings NP superintendent Woody Smeck, and Sequoia Parks Foundation Sally Bolger.
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Muir Rock Trail

Historic Muir Rock is one of the most popular Kings River access areas for Park visitors, and it affords wonderful canyon views. The “Muir Rock” Model Universal Access project was completed this spring just in time for summer visitors!
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Reaching Kids

Reaching Kids - Young people are the future stewards of Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, but most of the children who live in neighboring Central Valley communities have never been to the Parks!
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Are we losing an icon of the Parks? Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, iconic residents of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, are in danger of extinction—unless we act to restore healthy populations.  Donate Here