Calaveras Big Trees State Park

Area

Overview

  • Directions

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  • Size

    6484.36 acres

Description

Established in 1931, Calaveras Big Trees State Park preserves two groves of giant sequoias – the world’s largest trees – in the North and South Groves. The park is a mixed-conifer forest (a variety of trees living together). In addition to the giant trees, you will find the Stanislaus River, Beaver Creek, ancient volcanic formations, and natural meadows. Hiking trails allow you to view the natural beauty found throughout the park.

The park has free Wi-Fi near the Visitor Center area. Download trail guides to your device as PDFs before leaving this area.

Allowed Activities
Backpacking
Barbequing
Birdwatching
Cross Country Skiing
Dog Walking
Photography
Picnicking
Mountain Biking
Snowshoeing
Tent Camping
Rv Camping
Walking
Good For
Dogs
Families
Visually Impaired
Wheelchairs
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted With Restrictions
Dogs On Leash
No Unmanned Aircrafts

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

The North Grove Trail, Three Senses Trail and picnic areas in the park are accessible.