Experience Three Rivers, Lake Kaweah and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks


In Three Rivers, Lake Kaweah and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, the beauty of our natural surroundings and our slow-paced life combine to create a unique experience along with some truly wonderful R&R.  Here are a few events and activities which we have selected, which you and your family might enjoy!  For information about these and others, email us at info@threerivers.com or visit our website at https://threerivers.com/

Full Moon on Moro Rock

Sunday, July 17, meet atop Moro Rock, the granite dome located in Sequoia National Park’s Giant Forest, for this enchanting program focusing on the features of the Moon, including craters and lunar seas. Hear stories from our civilization’s past as you enjoy the moon rise over the Great Western Divide.


Hot Dog Festival

Saturday, July 19 is the Community Event of the Summer, that brings Three Rivers Historical Society and the Three Rivers Volunteer Firefighters together for a joint fundraiser and an old-fashioned good time!  Enjoy hot dogs, corn on the cob, and root beer floats. along with crafts booths. Meet personnel from Cal Fire, NPS and American Ambulance service.


Dark Sky Festival

August 5-7 you will find located throughout Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. This event features constellation tours, telescope viewing, solar observations, astronaut speakers, model rocket building, special Crystal Cave tours and more.


1st Saturday Three Rivers

On Sept. 3 we celebrate labors of love and the fruits of such labor in the land of the free, along with our National Park Service as they celebrate their centennial year, under a “Find Your Labor” theme.  Enjoy food, fun and fabulous art!


Family Birding Walk

Held Saturday, Aug. 20th, meet at Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park. Walk with a naturalist and learn to identify common songbirds of the Sierra.


 Rave’n Run at Lake Kaweah

Held Saturday Oct. 8th., this annual fun run plays on the words “rave” and “raven,” while celebrating our river and lake’s namesake — “Kaweah” was the Native Yokuts’ name for a subtribe in our area and the sound of the raven’s call — while combining the traditions of Hash House Harriers and New Orleans Second Line.


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