There are many amazing things to do in Sequoia National Park that doesn’t include visiting the largest tree in the world. The park has numerous attractions and you’ll be snapping photos all day long, especially when visiting the Giant Forest. Those looking for scenic views should hike up Moro rock, where you can see the park as far as the eye can see. Open only during the summer, Crystal Cave is a great place to see the beauty of gravity in the form of stalactites and stalagmites. The park has many bodies of water worth visiting, including Grizzly Falls, a 75-foot waterfall perfect for a quick shower in between hikes. Ever lodged in a vintage caboose remodeled into a luxurious home? This is your chance. This assortment of glamping rentals ensures every type of camper finds a place to call home. Start your summer vacation in Sequoia National Park below.