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Awesome park for a day hike. Lots of dogs....most off leash. I do this hike with my daughter - trying to once a month. A lot of different trail choices. Make sure to GRAB A MAP at the entry kiosk from whichever entrance you start...More
Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oakland/Berkeley, is this amazing spot of tranquility. My son and I saw that Redwood Park was listed as the #1 on TA so we decided to check it out. So glad we did! The drive there alone...More
Part of East Bay Regional Parks, Redwood is a beauty. There are many hiking trails, some where you can bring your dog. People are friendly; bring plenty of water and small snacks for your hike or even a picnic.
I started going to Redwood Regional Park (‘Redwood’) as a child for summer day camp. It’s really a magical little park that actually has lots of redwood trees, unlike a number of other regional parks which are populated with Australian eucalyptus, a non-native species, introduced...More
One of the true "Wonders of the World". To stand among these giant Coastal Redwoods is both humbling and awe Inspiring at the same time. And to see them in their massive groves is to be in touch with unbelievable scale, both in terms of...More
Redwood park has many different trails to suit hikers of different interests to explore around. East Ridge is easy to relatively wide and to walk. West Ridge is a little more windy and narrower and kind of runs parallel to Skyline Blvd. It is a...More
This park is huge! A short drive from anywhere in Oakland. There are some redwoods here but you won’t see any of the big old growth giants, go down to Fenton for that, or all the way up the coast. Lots of hiking trails. Not...More
The trees in Muir Woods are bigger, as well as the crowds. You can find solitude most days in Redwood Park. During the summer months the park is busy on Weekends and holidays. It is by far much eaiser to get to Redwood... More
The trees in Muir Woods are bigger, as well as the crowds. You can find solitude most days in Redwood Park. During the summer months the park is busy on Weekends and holidays. It is by far much eaiser to get to Redwood Park than Muir Woods.