A gem worth stopping at for restrooms and viewing of rare flowers between the 200 & 201 mile markers.
Bear to the right on the easy path past the Darlingtonia sign and you'll soon be in the old growth forest with moss-covered trees, ferns and the bog to view the rare carnivores and the insects around them. Read the informative signs which are very helpful.
A few kids watched excitedly to see a fly disappear into the cobra-like head of the plant. This is a must-do with kids, and so easy that anyone looking for unusual sights can stop. I think the boardwalk makes it wheelchair accessible.
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