National Monument Association

Explore Giant Sequoia



The Giant Sequoia National Monument is a 328,000-acre U.S. National Monument located in the southern Sierra Nevada. It is administered by the U.S. Forest Service as part of the Sequoia National Forest and includes 38 of the 39 Giant Sequoia  groves that are located in that Forest. The Giant Sequoia National Monument Association supports educational and recreational programs that enhance and facilitate the sustainable management, protection, public enjoyment, and stewardship of the Monument and the surrounding public lands. Use this website as a way to begin your journey of exploring the region.


Recent News

Sequoia NF COVID-19 and Recreation Update - Temporary Closures in Effect

May 17, 2020 — The USDA Forest Service, Sequoia National Forest (SQF) announced that developed recreation sites will remain closed on the Western Divide Ranger District until May 21, the Hume Lake Ranger District until June 11, and the Kern River Ranger District until May 21.

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Forest Ranger District recognized by the Region

Western Divide Ranger District of the Sequoia National Forest was awarded “District of the Year”.

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