Sequoia National Park

[ si-kwoi-uh-nash-uh-nl pahrk, nash-nuhl ]

  1. a national park in east-central California noted for its giant sequoias, including the General Sherman tree, and for containing Mount Whitney, the highest point in the conterminous United States: contiguous with Kings Canyon National Park. 631 square miles (1,635 square kilometers).

Origin of Sequoia National Park

First recorded in 1890–95

Words Nearby Sequoia National Park Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Sequoia National Park in a sentence

  • All packers expecting to conduct parties through the Sequoia National Park should obtain a permit from the superintendent.

    Sequoia [California] National Park | United States Department of the Interior
  • They wind through the wooded valleys of the Sequoia National Park.

    The Book of the National Parks | Robert Sterling Yard
  • The Sequoia National Park has a crowded luxuriance of wild flowers.

    Your National Parks | Enos A. Mills

British Dictionary definitions for Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park

  1. a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: established in 1890 to protect groves of giant sequoias, some of which are about 4000 years old. Area: 1556 sq km (601 sq miles)

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