The park is northeast of Stockton, four miles northeast of Arnold at 1170 E. Highway 4. Latitude/Longitude: 38.2719 / -120.2867.  Please note that many car navigation systems and handheld Global Positioning Devices (GPS) are unable to locate the park.

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From SF Bay Area
Take I-580 eastbound over Altamont Pass to I-205 toward Manteca, to US 99 North. Take the exit for State Hwy 4 Eastbound (Angel’s Camp) to the Park Entrance. Calaveras Big Trees is about 35 minutes driving from Angel’s Camp.

From Southern California
Take either I-5 or US 99 North. From I-5 you can cross to the other side of Stockton on State Hwy 4 to 99/4 South a few miles, then follow Hwy 4 towards and beyond Farmington to the Park. Calaveras Big Trees is about 35 minutes driving time from Angel’s Camp.

From Sacramento
Take U.S. 99 South to Stockton.  Turn East on State Hwy 4.  Driving time to the park from here is approx 1 hour and 30 minutes.  Pass through Farmington and Copperopolis to the Park.  An alternate route from Sacramento is to take State Hwy 16 to State Hwy 49 South through Jackson, San Andreas, and Angels Camp.

From Nevada
Take US 395 to State Hwy 89 West to the terminus of State Hwy 4, up over Ebbett’s Pass to the Park. The road is closed in Winter. It’s very scenic, but so steep and tortuous that trailers and large motorhomes are ill-advised to use it.