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Amazing Trees!

Our family enjoyed our visit to the Redwoods National Forest. The trees are amazing and the parks... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
ESSayler
Amazing and spiritual

just visit this national park with my kidos and what an amazing experience. I love big tall trees... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
I_love_SF
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Sacramento, California
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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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Highway 101, Orick, CA, Redwood National Park, CA 95555
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+1 707-464-9150
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 January 2018

Drove from San Fran to the redwoods and this is how we made the most of it. On the way from San Fran to Eureka where we were staying the night we stopped at 1. Leggit Chandelier tree - a Tree that you get to...More

56  Thank Solimar D
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Reviewed 24 August 2014

We recently did some backcountry camping at Nickel Creek camp in the Redwood National Park. We will share our experience here. - The plus is that the camp site is only ½ mile hike from the parking lot at the dead end of Enderts Beach...More

16  Thank MrHorse
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Our family enjoyed our visit to the Redwoods National Forest. The trees are amazing and the parks are educational, clean and an enjoyable destination for a family vacation.

Thank ESSayler
Reviewed 6 days ago

just visit this national park with my kidos and what an amazing experience. I love big tall trees and have been to Sequoias twice now. This place is a bit further out for me but finally made it happen. It was a religious experience for...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the Redwoods from the north to the south with our 23 year old son. We were all amazed at the size and beauty of the trees. The trails are very nice and easy to walk. September was a great time to visit. Nice...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to crescent city, California. Staying 1 night. Left next day, driving down Hwy 101,stopped at Mystery of the trees. We went on the tramway up on the mountain to see more of the redwoods.

Thank R305POmichaelt
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is just a magnificent place to see incredible Redwoods, the tallest tree in the world. The national and state parks work together to administer this area. Be sure to take the Newton B Drury Parkway to see the greatest trees.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My family and I stopped here on our way to Oakland Airport when we had some time to kill. We were all really glad we did. It was a beautiful place to explore, stretch our legs, take some pictures and decompress after a long weekend...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Every couple of years I have to go visit the old grandpas and grandmas to recharge my batteries. They never disappoint!! This year it was my birthday present!!!

Thank Tim C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What a place. Going up the coast to the Redwood forest was awesome. The Redwoods are amazing. The Pacific coast was awesome.

Thank Adrian O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Redwoods National and State Parks include Del Norte, Prairie Creek, Jedidiah Smith State Park, and Redwood National Park. We didn't see any distinct lines separating them. All were off Highway 101. We did lots of research before planning this trip and there are about a...More

8  Thank c00perjam
Reviewed 5 October 2018

This is a place you wouldn't want to miss seeing. The tree's are so big and the scenes in the park are wonderful. I alway enjoy going through all national parks. They are all so nice to see. We are trying to seeing as many...More

1  Thank DONNA C
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Soha S
27 August 2018|
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Response from R305POmichaelt | Reviewed this property |
Could be fog,because that is how the redwoods are watered,or clear cool,coldy some what. But don't let any situation stop your trip to the redwoods. Make sure you do lots of research online to decide where your want to go... More
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Christene A
24 August 2018|
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Response from Curatio D | Reviewed this property |
There were lots of dogs from what we saw. Smith River had lots of people swimming with dogs as well. Might play it safe and call the visitors center or BLM and ask if there are trails where dogs are not permitted.
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noslens
17 August 2018|
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Response from RhondaMikeWI | Reviewed this property |
If you’re in the Praire Creek area (near Trinidad, Eureka) you will not be affected by fires. Do not even see smoke or any evidence of the more southern and inland fires.
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