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The Azaleas typically peak in early July. A walk down the South Boundary Trail to the bridge which crossing the Azalea Trail provides a special place to view nature's garden show. With a little distance, and a little elevation change even on the busiest of weekends one can experience a remarkable peaceful environment
There are many special things to do and see near Wilsonia although recent fire damage may be in evidence.
Out and About Wilsonia  
If you are looking for a quiet stroll. The Indian Basin Campground Interpretive Trail is a lovely walk. The trail is short, paved, and has benches to sit and enjoy the meadow view. Lupine paintbrush, and corn lily were recently in bloom. The signage along the trail tells the history of the area. The views towards Kings Canyon are special.
Directions: Proceed to Princess Campground on State Highway 180. Turn right off the highway at the Campground, and stay on the southernmost road. Turn left (south) at the camp host site near the firewood storage area. This small paved road will lead you to the trailhead. There is a restroom and a couple of picnic tables at the trailhead
Azaleas
A great view point very near Wilsonia with an uphill accessible trail from the parking lot.
The General Grant Tree
Kings Canyon National Park
Drive down to Kings Canyon
The road along the river is spectacular when the Kings is flowing freely as now. Grizzly Falls is right along the road while it a short walk to Roaring River Falls
On the way down you will pass Boyden Cavern
Panoramic Point
Indian Basin
Road to Kings Canyon currently closed