Discover a selection of 156 vacation rentals in Sequoia National Park, US that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including kitchens and swimming pools. Prices start at $108 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Sequoia National Park. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Land of Giants

Part of California's southern Sierra Nevada mountains, Sequoia National Park is a wonderland of ancient forests, soaring peaks and subterranean caves. Nature lovers flock to gaze up at towering sequoia trees that soar 20 storeys high. Craning your neck to see the tops of these ancient giants is guaranteed to put life into perspective. Want to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Sierra Nevadas? With secluded settings and stunning mountain views, Sequoia National Park vacation rentals will leave you feeling utterly rejuvenated.

Things to do

Feel dwarfed in the Giant Forest

Home to the park's most impressive specimens, the Giant Forest is a sight to behold. The gargantuan General Sherman Tree rises 275 feet above the forest floor. With a girth of more than 100 feet, it's classed as the largest living tree on earth. The 2-mile Congress Trail will take you past General Sherman, as well as fellow sequoias like the Washington Tree and Telescope Tree. For a glimpse at the park's ancient ecology, head to the pint-sized Giant Forest Museum. It's packed full of interactive exhibits that explore the incredible 3000-year lifespans of the trees.

Activities

Epic hikes to Mineral King

Sequoia National Park is a hiker's dream come true, home to legendary routes like the John Muir Trail. Mineral King is another popular summer backpacking destination. The glacial valley is enclosed by mountains such as the mighty Sawtooth Peak. After time in the backcountry, there's no better place to relax than a Sequoia National Park vacation rental. Book a property with a hot tub and your muscles will thank you. While sequoias dominate the canopy, subterranean caves crisscross the park. With bubbling streams and striking stalactites, Crystal Cave offers a fascinating glimpse at what lies beneath Sequoia National Park.

Weather

Summers in Sequoia

Summer is high season in Central California, when legions of visitors descend on Sequoia National Park. Can't face the thought of a crowded campground, RV park or cheap hotel? From rustic riverside cottages to luxurious mountain lodges, Sequoia National Park vacation rentals promise a unique experience. If you want to beat the crowds, visit in spring or fall. Remember, snow can fall at any time in Sequoia National Park so check the weather and make sure you have access to tire chains.

Natural features

Welcome to bear country

From its towering trees to its dramatic mountains, Sequoia National Park is a place of grand proportions. Moro Rock is one of the park's most iconic natural landmarks, with the lofty granite dome offering sweeping views over the Great Western Divide. Sequoia National Park is classed as bear country, so don't forget to keep dogs leashed, make plenty of noise, hike in groups and carry bear spray. Can't get enough nature? Sequoia is bordered by Kings Canyon National Park, home to the deepest gorge in the USA.

How many vacation rentals are available around Sequoia National Park, US?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 156 vacation rentals around Sequoia National Park. From 42 cabin rentals to 95 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a mountain-view property near Sequoia National Park?

Mysterious and often harsh, mountains are some of the most awe-inspiring landmarks on the planet. If you've ever yearned to try mountain living, you've come to the right place. Vrbo has 92 alpine vacation rentals available. Open to other ideas? Vrbo has plenty more property options to browse through, including:

  • 54 rural vacation rentals.
  • 32 shore-front vacation rentals.
  • 31 water-view vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house near Sequoia National Park?

Forget about uninspiring hotel rooms. Our house vacation rentals each have their own unique personalities — as well as all the space you could need! There are 92 options currently listed on Vrbo. Prices begin at $125 a night. Or perhaps you'd prefer one of the area's other sought-after lodging types, such as:

  • Cabin: 31 vacation homes. Prices start from $108 per night.
  • Cottage: 9 vacation homes. Prices start from $185 per night.
  • Hotel: 5 vacation homes. Prices start from $66 per night.

Can I stay near Sequoia National Park in a large group?

Whether you're taking off on a special getaway with your relatives or spending a week away with your old school crew, it's always loads of fun hanging out under the same roof! And the good news is that Vrbo has places to suit. 27 house vacation homes are available. Presently, they're the top option here for sizeable groups. Rental accommodations around here that are just right for bigger groups include:

  • On the lookout for vacation homes that can sleep 6 of you? We have 74 that will suit. Prices begin from just $170 per night.
  • If you've got 8 in your squad, you'll be happy to learn that there are 42 vacation homes that are suitable. You can get one for as little as $149 per night.
  • Searching for vacation rentals catering to 10 guests? You'll be glad to learn we have 34 that'll be perfect. You can book one for as little as $248 a night.

So never fear! When you travel with us you can take your mom, your grandpa and all your besties to Sequoia National Park.