Notes: Redwood Mountain Grove, the world's largest remaining grove of giant redwoods, is located near Redwood Creek in both the northern section (Hume Lake Ranger District) of Giant Sequoia National Monument (western half of the grove) and Kings Canyon National Park (eastern half of the grove). Excluded from the original park, the eastern half of Redwood Mountain Grove became part of Kings Canyon National Park when the park expanded on June 21, 1940.
Redwood Mountain Grove includes 2 of the 30 largest giant redwoods (Hart and Roosevelt). The grove contains 2 trees larger than 30,000 ft3 (850 m3), and 1 tree larger than 35,000 ft3 (991 m3).
Roosevelt is the largest tree in Redwood Mountain Grove.
Redwood Mountain Grove includes the following giant redwoods:
Photos: Pictures of Redwood Mountain Grove