Kings Canyon National Park


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Kings′ Can′yon Na′tional Park′


n.
a national park in E California in the Sierra Nevada. 708 sq. mi. (1835 sq. km).
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Noun1.Kings Canyon National Park - a national park in California that has giant sequoia trees and alpine lakes and glaciersKings Canyon National Park - a national park in California that has giant sequoia trees and alpine lakes and glaciers
Calif., California, Golden State, CA - a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes
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In California, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park has closed and Muir Woods National Monument will shut down Monday because of overflowing trash and human waste.
Kings Canyon National Park! I had just crossed a footbridge over Piute Creek where it joins the San Joaquin River and saw a little sign that announced the boundary of the park.
Flames from a larger blaze, dubbed the Rough Fire which is burning in Kings Canyon National Park in central California, had forced officials to order about 3,500 to evacuate by Friday, said Jim Schwarber, a spokesman for the team handling the blaze.
In 1940, Kings Canyon National Park in California was established.
Congress established Kings Canyon National Park in 1940.
The valley is in the northeast corner of Kings Canyon National Park, California, and I brought along a pair of boots as an alternate pair of shoes, just in case the toe socks didn't work out.
One of the oldest living redwoods is in Kings Canyon National Park in California.
His art had a great impact on public policy throughout his career, particularly on the creation of the Kings Canyon National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.
Glaciers and Granite, Kings Canyon National Park. August 7-15.
Martin Roland Knapp first became interested in mountain yellow-legged frogs in the late 1980s when he accidentally stumbled upon a huge population of them while on a recreational hike in the remote backcountry of California's Kings Canyon National Park.
(Some Yosemite employees have resorted to sleeping in their cars.) Buildings in the nearby Kings Canyon National Park date back to the thirties.
Some 3,500 more people were evacuated on Friday from the path of the flames from a larger blaze, dubbed the Rough Fire, which is burning in Kings Canyon National Park in central California.