Sequoia Parks Conservancy is excited to announce the launch of a new webcam at Lake Kaweah. The camera looks east across the lake with Tharp’s Peak, Case Mountain, and Homer’s Nose visible in the background. 

The webcam is the result of several months of planning and work between Sequoia Parks Conservancy and its partner at Lake Kaweah, the US Army Corps of Engineers.

Phil Deffenbaugh, Park Manager at Lake Kaweah is excited to see this latest project launched through the partnership with Sequoia Parks Conservancy.

“Over the past 15 years, the United States Army Corps of Engineers has been honored to have a cooperating association agreement with the Sequoia Parks Conservancy,” said Deffenbaugh. “Under this partnership, we have been able to develop the Kaweah Heritage Visitor Center, provide educational opportunities to thousands of visitors and students, and receive support for the Lake Kaweah Natural Resources program. The new webcam is a great resource for the surrounding communities and visitors. We are grateful for the support of Sequoia Parks Conservancy.”

The webcam is currently streaming video 24 hours a day. To view the webcam, please visit the Sequoia Parks Conservancy website at

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