Sequoia National Park is home to the largest trees on the planet!  Their size and grandeur will make you feel small and totally in awe of nature.  The park is also home to the tallest mountain peak in the contiguous United States. 

Staying in an Airbnb or other vacation rental is easy, because the lovely small town of Three Rivers is just outside the south entrance to the park.  This makes a great base to explore the park and just relax and escape from it all.  

We have carefully reviewed and hand-picked a select list of the best vacation rental options in the area.  

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Note that this guide was originally just focused on airbnbs, but I have revised and updated it to include other vacation rentals so that it includes more and better options.

Our pick for the best Airbnb Sequoia National Park? 

Our top pick is the Riverside Hot Tub Home, which offers mid-century style as well as a peaceful yet convenient setting. 

Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Why is the Riverside Hot Tub Home the best Airbnb near Sequoia National Park? 

This mid-century holiday home in Three Rivers offers luxurious living for up to eight in a serene, riverside location. Yet it is convenient for restaurants and stores in the town center too.

Stylish, retro decor with a contemporary twist inside plus a pool, hot tub and plenty of space outside add up to the perfect Sequoia National Park vacation property. 

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Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Best Airbnb Sequoia Park Comparison Guide 

These quick reference tables are here to help you decide between different Sequoia and Three Rivers CA lodging options.  

Vacation rentals vary in terms of their type, price and guest ratings. To make it easier to decide between rental options, the following table lists each place’s key features, so you can see at a glance the main benefits of each.  

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PropertyPhotoTypePetsGuestsRating (/5)Price & Availability
Sequoia Vista Sequoia Vista Airbnb Sequoia National ParkCabin Yes 24.9CHECK NOW
Artist's Studio CabinArtists Studio Cabin airbnb SequoiaCabin No24.9CHECK NOW
Foothills Apartment Foothills Apartment Airbnb Sequoia National ParkApartmentYes 34.9CHECK NOW
Three Rivers TownhouseThree Rivers Townhouse Airbnb Sequoia National ParkHouse No45.0CHECK NOW
Rural River RanchRural River Ranch VRBO SequoiaCabinNo44.9CHECK NOW
Deluxe RedwoodDeluxe Redwood Airbnb Sequoia National ParkHouse No44.9CHECK NOW
Crystal CabinCrystal Cabin Vacation rental Sequoia House No65.0CHECK NOW
Orchard ViewOrchard View 1Airbnb Sequoia National ParkHouse Yes 84.6CHECK NOW
Riverside Hot Tub HomeRiverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National ParkHouse Yes 84.8CHECK NOW
Mountain Home Inside SequoiaMountain Home inside Sequoia Airbnb Sequoia National ParkHouse No104.7CHECK NOW

A quick overview of the Three Rivers Airbnb options 

Skip the overview and go straight to the properties

When choosing the best Airbnb in the Sequoia area, we have searched according to location, then narrowed only the best down to a range of different types. Our focus is on those that look great, are well positioned and attract great reviews from fellow travelers.    

Types of Vacation rentals/ options for Airbnb, Three Rivers CA 

There are three main types of vacation rentals and choices for Airbnb Sequoia / Kings Canyon.  Which type you will choose depends on other factors listed below. So, let’s take a quick look at Three Rivers cabins and other types of accommodation available near Sequoia National Park. 

Apartments 

Apartments tend to offer spacious, well-planned living accommodation. The option listed below can sleep three and has great outdoor and indoor spaces. 

Cabins 

Cabins offer guests the chance to experience living in the scenic, mountainous landscape of this part of California. Options listed here vary in size and location, but all are attractive and very well-equipped. 

Houses 

Booking into a house is ideal for anyone requiring lots of stylish living space indoors and out. This type of vacation rental is thus ideal for groups or larger families, giving everyone plenty of room for storage, relaxing and socializing. 

#2 Location 

Your location can have a huge impact on the type of holiday you can have, so it’s important to consider this carefully. The main accommodation location in the Sequoia National Park area is Three Rivers.  Most high-quality accommodation near Sequoia National Park is found in the Three Rivers area.

This is a pleasant Californian town offering good local amenities as well as great access to the park and other scenic areas. One of the options listed is even located within the park itself. 


Sequoia Vista Cabin for 2 

Sequoia Vista Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Of all Three Rivers cabin rentals, the views from this one are incredible. The cabin for two is just four miles from Sequoia National Park’s main entrance. Alta Peak, Eagle and Moro Rocks and the Great Western Divide are visible from the property.

Horses are welcome here too, and there is space to rest, feed and water them. This elevated, single-floor cabin is perfect for two – plus their pets. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 2
Number of rooms: 1
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker, mini fridge and microwave, air conditioning and heating, TV, WiFi and workspace, backyard, parking
Rating: 4.9
Pros: Cozy, country cabin four miles from Sequoia National Park
Cons: No parties, smoking, washing machine or children under 12
Good for: A couple seeking views over the landscape and its wildlife
Sequoia Vista Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia Vista Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia Vista Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Artist’s Studio Cabin for 2 

Artists Studio Cabin  airbnb Sequoia
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This is one of those Three Rivers, CA cabins that really allows guests to experience rural life. Get off-grid here and enjoy river swimming, hiking, boating and stunning views – as well as encounters with local wildlife.

Originally built as a writing and painting studio, it is filled with light, has a wood beam ceiling and two decks looking out on to ponds and a creek.

The cabin is ideal for an active solo traveler or couple. There is easy access to the park, as well as hiking and mountain biking trails in nearby case Mountain and BLM lands.

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 2
Number of rooms: 1
Amenities: Kitchen, stove, washEr/ dryer, air conditioning and heating, backyard deck, parking
Rating: 4.9
Pros: Rural cabin on ranch near Sequoia National Park
Cons: No pets, parties, smoking
Good for: A solo traveler or couple seeking a rural experience
Artists Studio Cabin airbnb Sequoia
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Artists Studio Cabin airbnb Sequoia
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Foothills Apartment for 3 

Foothills Apartment Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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If you love to spot birdlife as well as other local fauna, then this apartment is a great Airbnb Three Rivers, California lodging choice.

Located just a couple of miles from the Foothills entrance of Sequoia National Park, it offers privacy and plenty of space inside and out. Guests can expect to see hummingbirds, hawks and other birds. Animals that are often seen from the property include bears, coyotes, deer and even bobcats. Access to a pool is also included, and the host provides breakfast. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 3
Number of rooms: 1
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker, stove, fridge and microwave, washing machine and dryer, air conditioning and heating, TV, WiFi and workspace, backyard with BBQ plus pool access
Rating: 4.9
Pros: Well-equipped apartment close to Sequoia National Park
Cons: No parties or smoking
Good for: A couple or small family seeking wildlife encounters
Foothills Apartment Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Foothills Apartment Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Rural River Ranch Cottage for 2 – 4 

Rural River Ranch VRBO Sequoia
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This ranch property has three options to choose from – a romantic jacuzzi room for 2, a quiet cottage for 2 or a ranch house for 4. There are private patios and BBQs and private access to the river – a great place for a swim in summer.

Guests can also savor magnificent rural views, and the chance to spot lots of local fauna.

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 4
Number of rooms: 1
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, air conditioning and heating, workspace, backyard with BBQ, parking, jacuzzi
Rating: 4.9
Pros: Larger cabin on 380-acre Californian ranch
Cons: No pets, parties, smoking
Good for: A couple or small family seeking a rural location
Rural River Ranch VRBO Sequoia
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Rural River Ranch VRBO Sequoia
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Three Rivers Townhouse for 4 

Three Rivers Townhouse Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Stay in the center of town with this stylish holiday home for up to four. This lovely contemporary property is in the heart of Three Rivers and just four miles from the main park entrance.

Outside, you might spot deer from the patio, seen against the scenic mountain landscape. Inside, the townhouse has luxurious amenities like wood flooring and a Keurig Coffee maker with pods. Towels and toiletries are provided – and sometimes you’ll get fresh eggs from the owner’s chickens too. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 4
Number of rooms: 2
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, air conditioning and heating, cable TV, WiFi and workspace, backyard with patio, parking
Rating: 5
Pros: Contemporary town center vacation home
Cons: No pets, parties or smoking
Good for: A small group or family looking for luxury and convenience
Three Rivers Townhouse Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Three Rivers Townhouse Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Deluxe Redwood Home for 4 

Deluxe Redwood Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Located close to Lake Kaweah and Salt Creek Land as well as Sequoia National Park, this holiday rental offers charm and character in abundance.

Styled along modern lines, the house features luxury touches like a claw foot bathtub, Danish furniture, waffle maker, granite worktops and polished wood flooring. Between April and October, use of a shared pool is also offered. This attractive home enjoys a peaceful position, yet is just a short drive from the stores and restaurants of Salt Creek Land. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 4
Number of rooms: 1
Amenities: Kitchen with waffle maker, rice cooker and dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and iron, air conditioning and heating, TV with streaming packages, WiFi, workspace, private, furnished backyard with BBQ, shared pool, parking
Rating: 4.9
Pros: Unique holiday home in quiet yet convenient spot
Cons: No pets, parties or smoking
Good for: Families or couples seeking a peaceful location close to amenities
Deluxe Redwood Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Deluxe Redwood Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Crystal Cabin for 6 

Crystal Cabin Vacation rental Sequoia
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If a stay in a brand new secluded house appeals to you, then check out this property sleeping up to six. The house has 16-foot high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows with amazing views of the Sierras. The interior features an open-plan design with brand new furnishings and décor.

A perfect vacation home for a family or group in a tranquil setting, this house has a fireplace as well as two bathrooms and three bedrooms.

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 6
Number of rooms: 3
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and iron, air conditioning and heating, TV, WiFi and workspace, large backyard with BBQ
Rating: 4.8
Pros: Secluded home with stunning views
Cons: No pets, parties or smoking
Good for: A family or group seeking deluxe vacation living
Crystal Cabin Vacation rental Sequoia
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Crystal Cabin Vacation rental Sequoia
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Orchard View Home for 8 

Orchard View 1Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Larger families or groups can have it all with this modern ridgetop home. Outdoor living can be enjoyed to the full thanks to the pool and spacious, furnished deck. There are also superb views over the lake, mountains and citrus fruit orchards.

With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property can accommodate up to eight. T he house is close to Three Rivers and makes a great base for exploring Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 8
Number of rooms: 3
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, air conditioning, heating and fireplace, cable TV, WiFi and workspace, large deck with BBQ plus pool
Rating: 4.6
Pros: Large, modern holiday house with pool
Cons: No parties or smoking
Good for: A group or larger family seeking a relaxing stay
Orchard View Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Orchard View Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Riverside Hot Tub Home for 8 

Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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This rather special property is close to restaurants and stores, yet enjoys a quiet riverside position. The impressive list of amenities at this mid-century home includes a pool and hot tub. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms there is plenty of space for up to eight guests.

A stay at this house really does offer the best of everything, being right by the river, just quarter of an hour’s drive from Sequoia National Park and close to eateries and shops. The stylish, retro décor inside and hot tub outside are the icing on the cake. 

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 8
Number of rooms: 3
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, air conditioning, heating and fireplace, cable TV, WiFi and workspace, large deck with BBQ plus pool
Rating: 4.8
Pros: Mid-century, riverside vacation home with hot tub
Cons: No pets, parties or smoking
Good for: Groups or larger families looking for luxury
Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Riverside Hot Tub Home Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Mountain Home Inside Sequoia for 10 

Mountain Home inside Sequoia Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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You’d be pushed to find a home as convenient for exploring Sequoia as this one is, since it is located within the National Park itself.

This stunning home has recently been completed renovated, and features lots of warm wood, natural tones and pops of color. There are stunning views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains from the property.

With plenty of space inside and out, up to ten guests can be accommodated in this spacious, stylish four-bedroom, three-bathroom home.  

AT A GLANCE

Number of guests: Up to 10
Number of rooms: 4
Amenities: Kitchen with coffee maker and dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and iron, air conditioning, heating and fireplace, cable TV, WiFi and workspace, large deck with BBQ, parking
Rating: 4.79
Pros: Large mountain home inside Sequoia National Park
Cons: No pets, parties or smoking
Good for: Larger families or groups seeking style and space
Mountain Home inside Sequoia Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Mountain Home inside Sequoia Airbnb Sequoia National Park
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Which are the best Three Rivers lodging California Airbnb options for you?  

We rate all the Airbnbs listed here very highly – as do numerous satisfied travelers. To read more reviews, click on the links below each listing.  

Which is the best Airbnb for your vacation will depend on factors such as the size of your party, whether or not you have a pet, if you want to self-cater or be close to restaurants and stores, and the amenities you are looking for. Whether you’re a couple looking to spend most of your time outside, a family looking to self-cater and keep the kids happy or a group traveling together, we hope this guide makes the selection process a little simpler and faster.  

Wherever you decide to stay, I hope this handy guide to selecting the best Airbnb near Sequoia National Park helps you to have an incredible trip. 


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About the Reviewer  

James Ian Yosemite

James Ian has traveled to 82 countries and all 7 continents.  He has visited all of the main national parks in the United States, as well as many national monuments and state parks.

He has rafted through the Grand Canyon; rappelled down slot canyons near Zion and Arches; hiked among the hoodoos in Bryce and the enormous trees in Sequoia; admired the waterfalls in Yosemite and the colored hot springs in Yellowstone; seen moose in Grand Tetons and seals in the Channel Islands, and much more.

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