Muir Grove is a giant sequoia grove in Sequoia National Park which covers about 215 acres (0.87 km2). The grove, located in the northwest corner of the park, is accessed by the Muir Grove Trail which begins from the Dorst Creek Campground. Because of its relatively remote location in the park it is significantly less visited than the more popular groves of large sequoia trees in the park.
- Brown, Ann Marie (2004). 250 Great Hikes in California's National Parks. Avalon Travel Publishing. ISBN 1-56691-775-1.
- "USDA Forest Service - Sequoia National Forest". Retrieved 2008-04-29.
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