Spent a wonderful afternoon walking around the nature trails and visiting the spectacular trees! Worth the trip from anywhere in the Bay
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About Armstrong Redwood State Reserve
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We hiked the trail and checked out the amazing redwood trees. It was free and a good way to spend the morning. You defensive need good shoes with traction because there are some area which are steep and slippery. Make sure you have bug spray...More
A state reserve for these unique trees some of which are huge. Camping is available in the reserve. Walking the trails from the parking lot at the entrance is free. Driving through the park bears a fee.
Absolutely stunning redwood trees. Ideal short trails to choose from. We started on one but carried on to another. Easy walking for all ages and abilities. Fabulous trees. One being 1400 years old. Very tranquil too. Free to enter on foot and free to park....More
The trees are spectacular. If you've never been in a redwood forest you will be awed by this one. There are many trails--some easy; some challenging. Signage is very helpful, but because trails crisscross each other and are bisected by a road it is wise...More
The trees are amazing however if you feel more adventurous do the the east ridge trail (can be steep in places so good walking shoes, take enough water if hot). This will take you up through the tress and out above them. When you come...More
We missed our last ziplining tour but they recommended we take a visit to the Armstrong Redwoods in the area, Along the way we can smell the trees and plants on the drive up. I found (free) parking on the outside parking lot, and walked...More
It was a bucket list item to see the great redwoods of the west coast, and this checked all the boxes. There is a beautiful winding trail through the redwoods that is a very easy walk. If you're looking for something more challenging, go on...More
So quiet and peaceful. We were here fairly early, maybe around 9:00 or so? The office wasn't even open yet. This was a far cry from Muir Woods, which we visited last year. There were WAY less people and most were respectful of their surroundings...More
Truly awe-inspiring! Followed the advice here and arrived a little after 8am. The kiosk and visitors center were not yet open so we parked there and walked in via the Pioneer Trail. It was very peaceful. We saw very few people until about 10. It...More