The Groenfeldt Site is an archaeological site located within Sequoia National Park near Three Rivers, California. The site is located in a remote and relatively inaccessible area of the park between General Grant Grove and the Giant Forest. The site contains a rock shelter from the late prehistoric era and had a "considerable" human presence according to the National Park Service.
The Groenfeldt Site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 30, 1978.
- Mundy, W. J. The Red Fir Archaeological Investigations, Sequoia National Park, California: Test Excavations at CA-TUL-1227 (The Groenfeldt Site). 1991.