This is a cool little side trip if you are in the Malibu area and area interested in ocean and mountain views, and a short hike to really cool rock formations. Great photo ops here. There are turns and twists, but no real chance to get above 35 MPH.
follow the 180 from Squaw valley, then turn onto the General's Highway that twists wildy around Moro Rock and into Hammond and down to Three Rivers, if you're a hairpin addict, you'll love it.
Kings Canyon National Park has one roadway and this is it. The further that you get into the park, the better the views get. There are some really amazing hundred-mile mountain range view spots and some pretty significant roadside dropoffs, most with a guard rail or short wall. There are some turns but nothing dangerous or ultra twisty. The camping photo is about a mile from the very end of the road, where you must turn around and go back. GREAT campsites out here so pack a tent! Remember, it is a National Park, so there is entrance $ requirement.
Rising quickly as it moves into the forest, this road has a good selection of different types of corners.
About 30 miles of serious hairpin fun heading out of Woodlake into the Sequoia national park. This road then joins the 180 which is more of the same grinning fun.