Sanger

This city in Fresno County, California got its start in 1886 as a junction along the Southern Pacific Company railroad. Sanger was later used as part of a log flume for the logging industry. It lies along the King River, a great place for kayaking, boating, rafting, and fishing. Glampers can stay in Sanger when adventuring to either Kings Canyon National Park or Sequoia National Park. Both places have beautiful forests filled with ancient sequoia trees. Visit the infamous groves growing taller than you can imagine. Explore the underground Crystal Cave with streams and rock formations. Go rock climbing on the granite canyon walls. Mountain climbers should head straight to Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the continental US. Sanger, California is a fantastic place for your next glamping adventure.