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Most exiting place Ever

It is a beautiful place to go with during the summer. It's very interesting many parks, camping... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2018
Rose R
Wonderful forest

Most beautiful and very trilling.walking in the forest is the best experience.we enjoyed a... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2018
Lakshmi Rajyam K
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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.
Highway 101, Orick, CA, Redwood National Park, CA 95555
+1 707-464-9150
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 3 October 2018

It is a beautiful place to go with during the summer. It's very interesting many parks, camping sites, and lakes.

1  Thank Rose R
Reviewed 1 October 2018

An excellent National Park .Visited for the first time.Enjoyed the visit during December.More enjoyable as the visit was with children and grand children. Walking thru the woods having amaging Trees was a fantastic experience.

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Reviewed 1 October 2018 via mobile

Most beautiful and very trilling.walking in the forest is the best experience.we enjoyed a lot.There are hotels also to stay.The most tallest trees are there.biggest also.we can't see like this anywhere in the world.

Thank Lakshmi Rajyam K
Reviewed 26 September 2018

The REDWOODS are amazing!!! Sometime you forget that the beauty is looking up. What a beautiful sight to look and see the Redwood. The REDWOODs remind you of the beauty of nature. Make sure you stop and visit the Redwoods. Just look up.

1  Thank Seeall50statesLady
Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

When you visit this park, you are really visiting several state parks as well. They all compliment each other and work in full cooperation. There are numerous opportunities to hike the coast, explore open meadows, and walk among the giant Redwoods - take your pick....More

1  Thank glennm921
Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile

My wife and I travelled to this park a few months ago. This is quite a beautiful park! There is a small hike that we did which you get to see the trees up close and the size is really big. I strongly suggest anyone...More

Thank JFLeB325
Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile

Can you say big! Big beautiful trees as the sun shone thru on a perfect day. Dropped down to see the park as we were traveling Oregon. We were not disappointed!

Thank spikenails
Reviewed 18 September 2018

You must see these trees. But you HAVE to get a pass to park and get into the park in advance. Pathway is very easy to walk, you can take a wheelchair. Worth the visit.

Thank Karen L
Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile

The park was amazing. We have seen many redwood trees but this location was the best of all. There are many stands of trees and the walking was easy for the most part. We saw Elk and were lucky to see the interaction of the...More

Thank Traveler3609
Reviewed 6 September 2018

The trees are beautiful, the forest is beautiful. It's a great place to visit. There are plenty of hiking trails and a beautiful beach. The James Irvine Minor's Ridge Loop is a beautiful hike and Fern Canyon is a must see.

1  Thank Wendy H
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Soha S
27 August 2018|
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
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.
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.