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Redwood National Park

Highway 101, Orick, CA, Redwood National Park, CA 95555
+1 707-464-9150
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Jaw-dropping trees. Amazing atmosphere. Highly recommend!

Very easy to drive through and plenty of places to stop and take quick hikes. I couldn't believe... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Michelle N
Melbourne, Australia
Don't Miss This Stop Along the HIghway

Of the many attractions available in California to see large trees, we think that Redwood National... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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National park that preserves an area of over 110,000 acres of Redwood rainforest and 50 miles of scenic coastline in Northern California.
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  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
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Highway 101, Orick, CA, Redwood National Park, CA 95555
+1 707-464-9150
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Very easy to drive through and plenty of places to stop and take quick hikes. I couldn't believe the size of the trees when I first saw them. They have to be seen to be believed. The fresh air is amazing. Fun to do on...More

2  Thank Michelle N
Reviewed 1 week ago

Of the many attractions available in California to see large trees, we think that Redwood National Park is the most interesting. Incredible size trees and good walking path. If you choose to walk the path on your own, you probably only need to plan an...More

5  Thank jwkrengel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The trees here are the tallest in the world and you stand in awe of their splendor. It is hard to imagine than many of them stood here over 2000 years ago. There are many trails to hike and areas to camp and picnic.

1  Thank csarchibald
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Whatever your fitness level, choose a hike and see these marvelous trees for yourself. We loved the Tall Trees trail which requires a (free) permit from the Visitor Center - just under 5 miles, requires a bit of a climb upon the return (less than...More

3  Thank elkabelka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you want to experience nature at it's best then this is the place to go!!! I can't even tell you my experience cause there aren't words to describe it! You just have to come up here and see it for yourself!! If there is...More

1  Thank James W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

All the redwood parks, in northern CA, were special. My favorite stop, at this park, was the permit hike of Tall Trees, There are only 50 permits daily. You receive a lock code, good for the day, and you drive 8 miles to the locked...More

2  Thank coyotepack5
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Wow! This was an amazing stop for us on our road trip. We got to spend a few hours here before we had to get back on the road. We walked the Lady Bird Johnson trail and it was just spectacular. What surprised us was...More

3  Thank Jess S
Reviewed 22 May 2017

My wife and I visited this national park and were blown away by its beauty. This park has many amazing trails and breath taking views. I would highly recommend this national park.

Thank OliveOilE
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This national park is very unique, and relatively quiet and less crowded compared to the big names. Locations are scattered alone the HW101, a must stop for the first timer is the Lady Bird trial, a 2 miles loop that takes deep into the redwood...More

5  Thank RedRocksPhoto
Reviewed 2 May 2017

There are many other National Parks with spectacular views. Canyons, mountains, seascapes, (shrinking) Glaciers, lakes etc. Spectacular vistas of water and stone. But here, the mystical magnificence comes from living organisms. Growing, changing, surviving fire and flood, eventually succumbing, falling, decaying into new life with...More

8  Thank Brewsbee
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Where's best place to spend a few nights in our rv in redwoods and how can we reserve a spot. Hookups not necessary
20 June 2017|
Response from Sweetbug |
Down by Fern Canyon there's a cool spot on the beach. I didn't stay there, I only drove by on my way to the canyon and beach... but it looked really cool and there were RVs there. I'm not totally sure on reserving a spot... More
We are a group of three adults planning a trip in august for three days. Any suggestions on how should we plan our trip would be really appreciated. We are also looking for options regarding our accommodation in the national park. We really want to camp but as we are travelling all the way from India we won't be able to carry any tents or any other equipment.
19 June 2017|
Response from Sweetbug |
There is a KOA camp ground just north of Crescent City, that has little cabins you can rent, but make sure you book well in advance. From there, you can go south on 101 into the Redwoods and see the highlights and go all... More
Can we take dogs?
12 June 2017|
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Response from Bruce F | Reviewed this property |
I know that some of the parks unfortunately don't allow dogs, even on a leash.