Webcam offers Lake Kaweah views. Sequoia Parks Conservancy has launched a new webcam at Lake Kaweah. The camera looks east across the lake to Tharps Peak and beyond to Case Mountain and Homer's Nose. The webcam is the result of several months of planning … [Read more...] about New webcam offers Lake Kaweah views
Update: Thursday, July 25— Three Rivers experienced wind throughout the afternoon, an unusual weather pattern for this canyon. The wind was a result of the storminess in the mountains. Precipitation fell at 1,500 feet and above. Areas in the higher elevations … [Read more...] about The heat is on in Three Rivers (and more weather news)
Around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, Tulare County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to Lake Kaweah to a location east of Horse Creek Campground. A woman reported to deputies that she’d been jet-skiing with a man she’d recently met when the jet-ski flipped … [Read more...] about Man reported missing at Lake Kaweah found safe
With the onset of warmer temperatures, USACE personnel are preparing for a sudden increase in storage as inflows rise and began to outpace outflow. One computer model shows that rise at Lake Kaweah will begin with the onset of June. Phil Deffenbaugh, Lake … [Read more...] about Lake Kaweah due for rapid rise
Before there was a Lake Kaweah, the Kaweah River flowed free and without obstruction. When Terminus Dam was built in 1962 to provide flood protection for downstream towns, the highway that paralleled the river went out of service and a new, wider highway … [Read more...] about Where in Three Rivers?
Since early April, an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team (NCCC) — Green 4 — has been working with the National Park Service at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks to combat invasive plant species and restore sensitive habitat … [Read more...] about AmeriCorps crew working at Sequoia and Lake Kaweah