Rivers, CA 93271
hosts: Launey / Sodhy
the Middle Fork of the Kaweah River, 8 miles
from the entrance to Sequoia National Park.
Each bedroom has a high ceiling, tiled floors,
queen-sized bed, TV/VCR, telephone, high-speed
Internet, ceiling fan, fireplace, A/C, heat,
private veranda, private river view, private
river access, private bathroom with tub/shower,
and complimentary bottle of wine and chocolates.
areas include heated outdoor swimming pool and
small hot tub in courtyard facing river. Laundry
room, business fax available. Breakfast served
inside or out. Additional twin beds available.
The picturesque location, comfortable lodging, dining on the river, and historic setting make The Gateway
Restaurant and Lodge the premier Sequoia National
Park lodging facility for a relaxing
addition, the complete banquet and reception
facilities make the Gateway the ideal locale
for weddings, reunions, anniversaries, and other
Buy 1, get 1 free, at Sunday Brunch with paid lodging during stay. See front desk for discount.
among the orange groves in Ivanhoe, the recently
renovated homestead and bunkhouse of the McKellar
family offers visitors a relaxing "Farm
Stay" experience while introducing visitors
to Tulare County's rich ranching legacy. The
homestead sleeps eight comfortably, and the
bunkhouse sleeps four. Visitors will enjoy the
serenity of the native gardens and the freedom
to roam the farm and pick fresh fruit.
ranch is conveniently located near highways
to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks so
guests don't return home without also experiencing
the world-famous giant sequoia groves.
six miles from the entrance to Sequoia National
Park and with 103 rooms ranging in size from
two queen beds to Jacuzzi suites, the Comfort
Inn & Suites offers all the comforts of
a familiar hotel known around the nation within
the unique environment of Three Rivers.
easy walking distance is a shopping center with
a market, drug store, post office, hair salon,
and two restaurants. Lake Kaweah is a five-minute
drive with convenient access for swimming, boating,
and fishing for trophy bass, catfish, and trout.
OPEN MAY - OCTOBER
lodging and meals for travelers to the Mineral
King area of Sequoia National Park since 1934.
Rustic family cabins and deluxe chalets are equipped with kitchens, decks, and barbecues.
At 7,000 feet elevation, the cabins are spread
over 15 acres of conifer forest with views from
The cozy family restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is well-known
for their fresh pies. The mountain store has maps, books, hats, T-shirts, gifts, souvenirs,
snacks, sundries, and camping and hiking supplies.
Sequoia Village Inn borders Sequoia National
Park and is just up-canyon from the historic
Pumpkin Hollow Bridge. Tucked into 1.3 acres
of towering native oak trees, the Inn's eight
separate alpine-style cottages and chalets are
private, unique, and comfortably sleep from
two to 12 guests. Inn guests have views of the
Sierra Nevada mountains and access to the Kaweah
River and a private swimming pool.
All chalets and most of the cottages have full
kitchens, and all accommodations feature satellite
TV, VCR, air conditioning, a refrigerator, microwave,
and complimentary French-roast coffee beans
with a grinder.
the entrance to
Three Rivers, CA 93271
all rooms situated along the Middle Fork of
the Kaweah River, the sights and sounds from
each room and balcony are spectacular. The Buckeye
Tree is just a quarter-mile from the entrance
to Sequoia National Park and also offers incredible
views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains.
Buckeye's beautiful grounds include a grassy
lawn and picnic area overlooking the river with
native sycamores providing shade during warm
summer afternoons. Guests may also relax by
the inviting swimming pool (set amidst granite
boulders); walk, hike or bike to Sequoia; dine
and shop in Three Rivers; boat, fish, and swim
at Lake Kaweah; or simply enjoy a clean, comfortable,
ON THE RIVER...
LET NATURE DO THE REST!
Scenic guest lodgings with river views and private beach on the Kaweah River, six miles from Sequoia National Park. Year-round outdoor adventures including whitewater rafting, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and nature walks. Food and services within walking distance. The laid-back pleasures of Rio Sierra are year-round – swimming and beach in summer, whitewater rafting in spring, peaceful contemplation of spectacular nature in winter, and the changing leaves of fall.
lodging opportunities in Three Rivers:
Western Holiday Lodge, Lazy J Ranch Motel, Lake Elowin
Resort, Cort Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Sequoia Motel,
Lodge Bed & Breakfast, The River Jewel, Sequoia River Dance B&B.
in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks:
Lodge and Cabins (Kings Canyon)
lodging opportunities in other Tulare County areas:
Ranch Bed & Breakfast (Woodlake)
Lodge (near Cedar Grove entrance to Kings Canyon National
regarding your stay in the Three Rivers area:
motels, bed-and-breakfasts, and other overnight
accommodations in Three Rivers and the surrounding
areas are family-owned and operated. They
all aim to please, and if there is something
amiss in your room or with the service, they
would appreciate knowing about it and, in
addition, will do everything possible to provide
the assistance you require.
this is a rural area and there are some fundamental
elements that are beyond the owner's control,
Unless your cell-phone provider is AT&T,
you will not have phone service in
Many lodging facilities offer free wireless
Internet, but it will be slower than that
which is available in metropolitan areas.
In the summer in Three Rivers, it is hot,
sometimes hitting 100 degrees for several
days at a time. All motel rooms are air-conditioned,
but some of the small, in-room type of units
may produce more noise through the night than
what you may be accustomed to at home.
There are bugs here and although we have attempted
for many generations to eradicate every last
one, they keep returning. Lodging facilities
work hard to keep rooms and grounds insect-free,
but at some point you may encounter ants,
mosquitoes, a spiderweb, or yellowjackets.
In the case of ants, keep all sweets in sealed
baggies or sealed containers and they won't
be attracted to the area.
In exchange for these minor inconveniences,
Three Rivers residents have the privilege
of residing in one of the last, best places
in all of California! Notice that there is
never a traffic jam (except on a three-day
weekend at the Sequoia National Park entrance),
there isn't a single stoplight in town, and
there isn't a view of the High Sierra like
this from any other town on the west side
of the range.
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