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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
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
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
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.
Spent 4 days exploring and hiking the redwoods. The trees are HUGE! Lots of short trails for quick hikes. The Tall Tree Grove was a wonderful hike. You must get a permit from the ranger station for this hike. Fern Canyon is another must see....More
Travelled through all parts of NP between Eureka and Crescent City. Did walk some trails during my 4 days stay and it was just awesome.
Never saw such big trees before and it was absolutely serene and beautiful walking between these. If you go on...More
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.