National Park

Sequoia Dog Policy

Sequoia National Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly

Dogs Not Allowed
Dogs Allowed
with 6' Leash & Exceptions []
Dogs Allowed
with 6' Leash & Exceptions []

This park protects the Giant Forest, which boasts some of the world's largest trees, the General Sherman being the largest measured tree in the park. Other features include over 240 caves, a long segment of the Sierra Nevada including the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States, and Moro Rock, a large granite dome.[1]

Sequoia National Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs can go with you in the car, any of the campgrounds, and on paved roads, but they aren't allowed on any roads. Dogs can't be left unattended at any time.


Pet Policy Details
631 mi2
Annual Visitors

Campground Policy

Dogs are allowed in campgrounds on a 6' leash. Bears are active in the area, and dog food must be stored securely in a food storage box when not being eaten. Dogs cannot be left unattended at any time.

The following dog-friendly campgrounds are in Sequoia National Park or nearby Kings Canyon National Park:

Road Policy

Dogs are allowed on any paved roads and parking lots while on a 6' leash.

Location & Map


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[1] Overview text from the Wikipedia article List of national parks of the United States, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

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