The cottage has menus from all restaurants in Three Rivers in the guest information book.Gateway Restaurant: restaurant on the river
Buckaroo Diner: restaurant on the river
Sierra Subs and Salads: fresh sandwiches and salads
Wuksachi’s Peaks Dining Room: restaurant up in the Park
Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks:
These two parks testify to nature’s size, beauty, and diversity: Immense mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world’s largest trees! The parks lie in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of the San Joaquin Valley. Activities vary greatly by season and elevation – which ranges from 1300′ to 14,494′.
Sequoia National Forest/Sequoia National Monument
Celebrating 100 Years Sequoia National Forest 1908 – 2008. If the land could speak, it would tell many stories of Native Americans, cattle, gold prospecting, lumber camps, sheep drives, early day resorts, hot springs, pack stations, and isolated forest guard stations and fire lookouts.
Sequoia Parks Conservancy:
non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting education, interpretation, research, and the natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Devils Postpile National Monument, Lake Kaweah, and other areas of the National Park System.
Redbud Garden Club:
local club that sponsors community native plant gardens
South Valley Art Tour: March 28-29 in 2020
Three Rivers Arts etc: facebook page about local art events
Arts Alliance of Three Rivers: art workshops and mixers
Redbud Arts and Crafts Festival every May
First Saturday: monthly community arts/businesses event in Three Rivers
Three Rivers Holiday Bazaar: every November
Jazzaffair: Dixieland jazz festival held every April
Local businesses and services
Sequoia Sightseeing Tours: tours to the Park
Three Rivers Village: informative website about Three Rivers
Sequoia Park Lodging: list of other lodging near Sequoia
Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce: local businesses