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Redwood

Redwood National & State Parks in Northern California are home to the tallest trees in the world, the mighty Redwood, which can reach staggering heights of over 360ft and weigh more than 500 tons. These parks feature magical forests, miles of spectacular beaches, stunning overlooks, and one of the largest herds of Roosevelt elk on the planet. People travel from all over the world to experience the magic that takes place in this park every single day.

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Tall Trees Grove

Redwood National Park Description The Tall Trees Grove in Redwood National Park is one of the park’s most stunning collection of towering redwoods. Compared to many of the other easy trails, it’s a bit of a hike to get there. The trail is 3.3miles long with just under 800ft of...

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Elk Meadow

Redwood National Park Description Elk Meadow is one of the most reliable places in Redwood National Park to see Roosevelt Elk. It’s location, just outside of Orick and at the head of Davison Road, puts it in a great jumping off point to see more in the park. Best Time to Visit The...

Crescent Beach Overlook Redwood National Park

Crescent Beach Overlook

Redwood National Park Description Crescent Beach overlook is a quick and beautiful roadside stop along the Highway 101 in Redwood National Park offering spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. This is a great spot to get out of the car, stretch your legs, soak in the views, and grab a few...

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Boy Scout Tree Trail

Redwood National Park Description The Boy Scout Tree Trail is a very popular hike located on the northern end of Redwood National Park featuring ancient, magnificent redwoods towering 300ft into the air. This hike is located off the same road as the Stout Grove. Best Time to Visit The...

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Bald Hills

Redwood National Park Description Bald Hills is a fairly remote, lesser-visited destination in Redwood National Park that offers visitors a very different experience from the Redwood groves. Visitors to the Bald Hills will be treated to sweeping views of the surrounding forested areas...

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Fern Canyon

Redwood National Park Description Fern Canyon is a stunning, world-renowned destination, made famous by it’s appearance in the Jurrasic Park movie franchise. Literally dripping with ferns from wall to wall with a creek flowing through, this canyon is a mesmerizing spot that everyone...

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Redwood Creek Overlook

Redwood National Park Description Redwood Creek Overlook is perhaps the best spot in Redwood National Park to catch a sunset. Situated at over 1,000ft above the ocean it overlooks, this location often sees cloud inversions near sunset sweep through the redwoods below. It’s location...

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Redwood in Spring

Summer is probably the best time to visit the Badlands, with warm weather and star-lit nights. We recommend early summer (June) to beat the crowds and the heat.

redwood in winter

Redwood in Winter

Summer is probably the best time to visit the Badlands, with warm weather and star-lit nights. We recommend early summer (June) to beat the crowds and the heat.

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