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If you travel down US 101, you drive through the edges of the park. You will come to the main visitor center where you will find information about the park, a great orientation video, and friendly rangers who will answer your questions. The visitor center...More
just visit this national park with my kidos and what an amazing experience. I love big tall trees and have been to Sequoias twice now. This place is a bit further out for me but finally made it happen. It was a religious experience for...More
We visited the Redwoods from the north to the south with our 23 year old son. We were all amazed at the size and beauty of the trees. The trails are very nice and easy to walk. September was a great time to visit. Nice...More
This is just a magnificent place to see incredible Redwoods, the tallest tree in the world. The national and state parks work together to administer this area. Be sure to take the Newton B Drury Parkway to see the greatest trees.
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Could be fog,because that is how the redwoods are watered,or clear cool,coldy some what. But don't let any situation stop your trip to the redwoods. Make sure you do lots of research online to decide where your want to go... More
Could be fog,because that is how the redwoods are watered,or clear cool,coldy some what. But don't let any situation stop your trip to the redwoods. Make sure you do lots of research online to decide where your want to go& see. Plan ahead of time.
RV Road trip from Banff, AB to Redwood National Park, CA (1 Reply)
Hi all... We are planning our first RV trip with our baby and our goal is Redwood National Park. Our other goal is arriving with our sanity intact! That means stopping every 2-3 hours and only doing 2 stretches like that a day until we get there. We have lots of time, three weeks, and we'll be stopping in either Sandpoint or Whitefish for my husbands work retreat just before our vacation time starts so technically we will be starting from one of those places. I was hoping for your advice on...More
April 15, 2013|
Hi Here is the link to the multi-state Road Trips forum: tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g1-i12567-Road_Tri… There is some info about RV travel in the Top Questions on that forum.
San Francisco to Portland road trip (2 Replies)
As suggested I'm now posting with Oregon: We are 4 adults planning to drive from SF to Portland, leaving Sep 2 or 3 arriving Portland Sep 6. We thought about SF to Lassen Volcanic Park stay one night. Then onto Redwood National Park stay one night. Then to Crater Lake stay one night, and up to Portland for Friday late pm. First is this a realistic schedule or should we skip one destination and stay 2 nights in one place? Second Are there any different types of accommodations available...More
July 09, 2013|
You know my thoughts on your route from your other thread ;-) What are you looking for in lodging? There are B&Bs, cabins, smaller older "mom-and-pop" type motels, "rustic" lodges . . . even yurts but they require you bring your own bedding.
Where should we overnight visiting Redwood National Park (1 Reply)
We are driving from San Francisco to Seaside Oregon. We plan on going through Redwoods National Park. We plan on spending 2 nights in the park area. Should we stay at one hotel both nights or are we better off driving further north for our second night?
September 18, 2015|
KadySanClemente_CA I would recommend two separate stops. 1st night maybe Fortuna second night try to get as far north as Brookings or Gold Beach. Have Fun GP