FC: Sequoia National Park | By:Kerri Kuzowsky | Alex Kaupp | and
1: The Sequoia National Park was founded on September 25, 1890.
2: The name Sequoia comes from the name of Sequoyah, a blacksmith that created the Cherokee alphabet.
3: The well-known geological or scenic feature is the King's River Grove.
4: The river founded in the Sequoia Park is the King's River Grove.
5: One characteristic of the Sequoia Tree is that it has a red trunk in the sunlight.
6: The Sequoia Tree is important to the monkeys and tree living animals because the animals need a home for shelter and food.
7: One endangered plant is the Sequoia Tree.
8: The best place to spot wildlife is when you're at your campsite at night.
9: The black bears and most of the other mammals hibernate.
10: The rarest animal is the Sequoia Red Fox.
11: Some activities found in the Sequoia National Park are skiing, hiking,camping, horse-back riding and fishing.
12: There are campsites in Sequoia National Park.
13: The Sequoia Park is open-year round.
14: The normal temperature is 26 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
15: Our facts are the size of the Sequoia National Park is 461,901 acres. The Sequoia Tree can grow up to 295 feet. There are total of 559 campsites. | Interesting Facts