Located in the heart of Central California, Sequoia Valley is home to the tallest mountain, worlds largest tree by volume (General Sherman Tree, Sequoia NP), largest dairy herd, largest producer of agriculture commodities, more murals per square mile then Florence, Italy. Come discover why Sequoia Valley is as big as it gets.
Discover the Farm Trail
Plan a picnic and save room for tasty treats gathered along the way as you linger at farms and produce corners, but save a place for nuts, freshly made cheeses and dried fruits and those famous raisins! Experience our iris, herbs and lavender gardens.
Land of the Giants
Home to the world renowned Sequoia National Park, the Giant Sequoia National Monument and Sequoia National Forest, the worlds largest living thing on the planet – the giant Sequoia. The General Sherman tree is more than 275 feet high and 102 feet in circumference. And if that’s not tall enough – the highest peak in the United States, Mt. Whitney is located here (although access is from the “other” side!).