KMPO&A is a community association created to promote the common interests of the property owners of Kennedy Meadows.
About Kennedy Meadows
Kennedy Meadows is a small mountain community located in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas in Tulare County, at approximately 6500' elevation. It is an entry point into the South Sierra Wilderness, and the Sequoia National Forest.
The Pacific Crest Trail runs through Kennedy Meadows, and the Kennedy Meadows General Store is a major resupply point for hikers on the trail. It was recently featured in Cheryl Strayed's book "Wild".
The south fork of the Kern River runs through it, and it is a jumping off point for hunters, hikers, and fishermen coming up from the 395 highway which is approximately 25 miles to the east.
Come visit us, explore the area and stay at the nearby Kennedy Meadows Campground or any of the other many great area camp grounds.