Redwood National Park, Redwood National Park

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#6 of 356 in Trails in California
Must see · World heritage site · National Park · State Park
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Best known as the home of the world's tallest trees, Redwood National Park offers a plethora of outdoor activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, kayaking, and sport fishing. Spreading across 44,515 ha (110,000 ac) of old-growth rainforest and 64 km (40 mi) of rugged California coastline, the park's verdant landscape also encompasses vast prairies, oak woodlands, and wild waterways. Camping in the backcountry is arguably the best way to experience the diversity of wildlife, while guided nature walks provide additional information about the history and geology of the area. Plan to see Redwood National Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Redwood National Park sightseeing planner.
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  • The huge trees of Redwood National Park really blew me away. Before coming here, I had an idea of what to expect, but I did not know how much I'd love being next to trees that are hundreds of feet... 
    The huge trees of Redwood National Park really blew me away. Before coming here, I had an idea of what to expect, but I did not know how much I'd love being next to trees that are hundreds of feet...  more »
  • dense forest next to coastline with plentt of elk sightings. drove from south of the forest on 101 highway. there wasn’t a main entrance like other national parks so suggest downloading the map. map.....  more
    dense forest next to coastline with plentt of elk sightings. drove from south of the forest on 101 highway. there wasn’t a main entrance like other national parks so suggest downloading the map. map.....  more »
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  • An absolutely stunning place to visit and walk amongst the largest trees anywhere in the world. The Tall Trees Grove Trail is well worth your time and I would highly recommend getting the permit and taking the hike. You can’t fully realize the true size of these trees until you see them in person and realize just how impressive they truly are.
  • We had an incredible time here. We stayed in the cabins at Elk Prairie and they were really nice. It was during the winter and the heaters inside worked great. Every night you were guaranteed to see some Roosevelt Elk hanging out in the meadow. On top of this, every hike and place we visited was so beautiful!

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