Humboldt Redwoods State Park, CA
|Location:||Humboldt Redwoods State Park|
Avenue of the Giants, State Route 254
Between Weott and Myers Flat
Along the coast in California and deeper in the forest stands that giants among trees. The Redwoods are grand trees that have stood the test of time and weather. The tallest and the oldest stand among these trees. They are giants to behold and stand among their spender.
Humboldt Redwoods State Park is an untouched old growth of coast redwoods. The park was created in 1921. It has a wonderful views of the redwoods and diverse area to visit. There are trails and hikes to take. This is a majestic area that has wonderful views of the redwoods.
There is a visitor center that has information about the area. It also has some nice exhibits. It is open year round, but for a few holidays. The areas has some benches that are made out of some of the fallen trees. They will give you the date of how old the tree was.
The parks has a wide range of activities that you can do, from hiking to fishing and a few in between. There is something for everyone here. The hikes provide a nice look at the trees in the area and just how big they really do get.