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We visited early in the morning, before anyone was working in the booth. They rely on the honor system if nobody is working and we slipped our $5 into the slot and drove around the curve and through the tree. marvelous. We took lots of...More
My husband thought this was hokey. But I had grown up with View Master reels and had seen this tree. I HAD to go and take a photo. The tree is narrow. I took a photo of our SUV headed in, then my husband backed...More
Went with our family....the window said the owner was gone but they had a box for payment which we willing paid. We drove up and fit our huge Ford twice through the tree....several wanted bragging rights. Worth the memory!
Stopped in early in the morning, so there was no one there and we had time for some good pictures. There is a $5 charge with a slot for the money.kind of neat to drive through a tree, makes for good pics. Tree is right...More
One ticked off my bucket list. Great experience seeing the size of these amazing trees. Met some lovely people here too as we all took photos for each other. Not a huge place so would imagine it gets crowded at busy times of the year....More
The drive thru tree in Klamath was a fun to do. Interestingly, we found out this particular tree is privately owned. The lady at the cute little ticket booth can filll you in on all of the history of the area and enjoys talking about...More
I'm laughing as I read some of the reviews - yes, it is touristy. Everyone visiting the tree is a tourist! We thought it was fun. It was our first drive through tree. It's very accessible from the main road, is cheap to visit ($5...More
I guess this is a great little earner for the old lady running the booth, she was pleasant. we were expecting more I guess but you literally drive up around the corner and then have to turn around in a small space to get thru...More
This was fun, a novel idea. I’m glad they have quit cutting the trees though. The lady at the entrance is a hoot. She’s worth the trip down there, just to lighten your spirits. The fee is reasonable. We have a Buick Enclave and it...More
Yes it once seemed like a good idea to someone to cut holes in these amazing giant trees. That hasn’t been done in a long time, and shouldn’t be done, but - hey - since a few of these still exist no reason not to...More
I actually got the official answer from the source. There is a phone number on the internet for the place. The man at the park said officially that it is ever changing bevause it is a growing object. It depends on how much... More
I actually got the official answer from the source. There is a phone number on the internet for the place. The man at the park said officially that it is ever changing bevause it is a growing object. It depends on how much gravel they put it, how much it has rained that day, how much the tree has dwollen, etc. and in oir letigenous society they no longer quote exact dimentions or what vehicle will fit through but he did say his grandmother can drive a Suburban through it. That is not to say you could drive a VW bug through😁