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Case Mountain Giant Sequoias


Old growth sequoia with young saplings in the Ladybug Grove.  BLM Photo.
Old growth sequoia with young saplings in the Ladybug Grove.  BLM Photo.

GROVE UNITS

This sequoia grove complex is located 7 1/2 miles southeast of Three Rivers California, on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management.


The complex is comprised of six distinct sequoia grove units, which total about 444 acres:

Case
Coffeepot
Ladybug
Monache Tubs
Nutmeg
Salt Creek Ridge

Information

Inventory
Fire History

Rules/Regulations
Maps

This is a day use site only. There is no public motorized access to the Case Mountain Grove Complex. On the northwest slope of Case Mountain, there are developed picnic sites, accessible only by trail. These trails are assessible for hiking, mountain bike or horse back.

Public access from the Skyline Road easement near Three Rivers is limited. Parking is scarce. Skyline Drive is narrow. Please do not block private driveways or gates.


Contact the the Bureau of Land Management, Bakersfield Field Office at (661) 391-6000 for current access information.