Sequoia National Forest Trails and Camping Sites

The Sequoia National Forest covers over 1.1 million acres in three counties of Southern California and offers an abundance of recreation opportunities for people to enjoy.  The Forest offers 52 developed campgrounds, hiking on more than 1,147 miles of trails including 47 miles of the PCT, over 314,448 acres of wilderness, 222 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers, 2,617 rivers and streams, world-class whitewater rapids, 158 ponds and lakes, boating, fishing, biking, horseback riding and more.

Kern River Ranger District


  • Beach Ridge Trail
  • Bear Trap Trail
  • Beck Meadow Trail
  • Bitter Creek Trail
  • Blackrock Mountain Trail
  • Blackrock Station Trail
  • Blackrock Trailhead
  • Bonita Flat Trail
  • Boone Meadow Trail
  • Bull Run Trail
  • Burton Mill Trail
  • Cabin Spur Trail
  • Cannell Meadow Trail
  • Casa Vieja Trail
  • Cold Springs Trail
  • Coso Mine Loop Trail
  • Deer Mtn. Trail
  • Dark Cyn Trail
  • Deadwood Trail
  • Democrat (accessible) Trail
  • Domeland Trail
  • Dry Meadow Trail
  • Durrwood Creek Trail
  • Dutch Flat Trail
  • Fish Creek Trail (KR)
  • Flynn Canyon Trail
  • Forest Highway 90 Trail
  • Granite/broder Cutoff Trail
  • Granite/broder Trail
  • Grouse Trail
  • Haiwee Trail
  • Hobo Fishing Trail
  • Hogeye Trail
  • Hooker Trail
  • Horton Trail
  • Isabella Peak Lookout Trail
  • Jackass Creek Trail
  • Jackass Peak Trail
  • Jordan Hot Springs Trail
  • Just Outstanding Trail (Potato Patch)
  • Kern Canyon Trail
  • Kern River Trail
  • Kern River Trail to Democrat
  • Liebel Peak Trail
  • Lion Meadow Trail (KR)
  • Little Cannell Trail
  • Little Dry Meadow Trail
  • Little Manter Trail
  • Long Canyon Trail
  • Mahogany Trail
  • Manter Creek Trail
  • Manter North Trail
  • North Meadow Trail
  • Oak Flat Lookout Trail
  • Pacific Crest Trail Section 1
  • Pacific Crest Trail from
  • Kennedy Meadows Trailhead
  • Packsaddle Trail
  • Paloma Mdw Trail
  • Patch Corner Trail
  • Pine Flat Trail
  • Portuguese Trail
  • Potato Patch Trail
  • Powerhouse Trail
  • Rattlesnake Creek Trail
  • Remington Ridge Trail
  • Rincon Trail
  • River Trail
  • Salmon Creek Trail
  • Schaeffer Meadow Trail
  • Scodie Trail
  • Sherman Pass Trail
  • Sherman Peak Trail
  • Sirretta Peak Trail
  • Smith Meadow Trail
  • Sorrell Peak Trail
  • South Manter Trail
  • Stark Trail
  • Telephone Ridge Trail
  • Tobias Creek Trail
  • Trout Creek Trail
  • Unal Interpretive Trail
  • Upper Dry Lake Trail
  • Whiskey Flat Trail
  • Willow Gulch Trail
  • Woodpecker Trail
  • Woolstalf Meadow Trail

Developed Campgrounds

  • Require Reservations 877-444-6777
  • Auxiliary Dam Recreation Site
  • Boulder Gulch Campground *
  • Breckenridge Campground
  • Camp 3 Campground*
  • Camp 9 Campground
  • Cyrus Canyon OHV Park
  • Fairview Campground *
  • Fish Creek Campground
  • Hospital Flat Campground *
  • Limestone Campground *
  • Headquarters Campground *
  • Horse Meadow Campground
  • Live Oak North Campground
  • Old Isabella Recreation Site
  • Paradise Cove Campground *
  • Sandy Flat Campground*
  • South Fork Recreation Site

Dispersed Campgrounds

  • No Reservation Needed
  • Ant Canyon Dispersed Campground
  • Brush Creek Dispersed Campground
  • Calkins Flat Dispersed Campground
  • Chamise Flat Dispersed Campground
  • Chico Flat Dispersed Campground
  • Corral Creek Dispersed Campground
  • Old Goldledge Dispersed Campground
  • Springhill Dispersed Campground

Day Use and Picnic Areas

  • Day Use and Picnic Areas
  • Kissack Cove Day Use
  • Lower Richbar Picnic Site
  • Riverkern Beach Picnic Site
  • Roads End Picnic Area
  • Upper Richbar Picnic Site
  • Wofford Heights Park Picnic Site

Boating Access

  • Delonegha River Access Boating Site
  • Democrat Raft Take-out Boating Site
  • Johnsondale Bridge River Access
  • Sandy Flat Put-in/take-out Boating Site
  • Tillie Creek Launch Ramp Boating Site
  • Old Isabella Launch Ramp
  • French Gulch Launch Ramp
  • South Fork Launch Ramp
  • Camp 9 Launch Ramp

KRRD 4 Wheel Drive Trails

  • Borderline 4wd Trail
  • Bradshaw 4wd Trail
  • Brown’s Mill 4wd Trail
  • Cook’s Peak 4wd Trail
  • Delonegha 4wd Trail
  • Freeway Ridge 4wd Trail
  • Golf Meadow 4wd Trail
  • Mayflower 4wd Trail
  • Mill Creek Trail
  • Monache Jeep Road Trail
  • North Meadow 4×4 Trail
  • Sherman Pass 4×4 Extension Trail
  • Sherman Pass 4×4 Jeep Trail
  • Woolstalf Mdw 4wd Trail

Hume Lake Ranger Districtarea description

Backpacking Areas



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