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My family and I stopped here on our way to Oakland Airport when we had some time to kill. We were all really glad we did. It was a beautiful place to explore, stretch our legs, take some pictures and decompress after a long weekend...More
Redwoods National and State Parks include Del Norte, Prairie Creek, Jedidiah Smith State Park, and Redwood National Park. We didn't see any distinct lines separating them. All were off Highway 101. We did lots of research before planning this trip and there are about a...More
This is a place you wouldn't want to miss seeing. The tree's are so big and the scenes in the park are wonderful. I alway enjoy going through all national parks. They are all so nice to see. We are trying to seeing as many...More
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.
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.
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.
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
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.