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Our family loved hiking in Armstrong Redwood State Reserve. It is sooooo serene, calm and beautiful. There is uphill and narrow hiking. So be prepared. It is so green and has good shade. So do not worry about hot weather. We did spot pretty banana...More
We were in Sonoma County primarily for wine tastings but wanted to get some exercise as well and just by chance found this fabulous park. There are hikes for all abilities and some really magnificent redwoods that, if Muir Woods was not closer, Armstrong would...More
This forest will certainly make you feel small. I'm so glad we took the time to see the Armstrong Forest. It's beautiful and easy to hike and even just drive through. However, I would encourage you to get out of your car and among these...More
I walked the trails with my hubby, our daughter and her hubby. What my husband loved the most - if you walk in to the Park, it’s FREE. My daughter & son-in-law enjoyed seeing these majestic trees. My favorite thing about these beautiful trees, and...More
Plan on a couple of hours or more to enjoy this grove. There are mature standing trees, and a fee downed ones you can get close enough to get a feel for the size of these monsters. This is well worth the time to see...More
Outside the bustle and tourist traffic in Guerneville, Armstrong Woods is a quiet oasis filled with lovely redwood trees. The go to place if you don't want the hassle of traffic and parking woes of Muir Woods.
Inhale. Smell. Exhale. Take a hike. Bask in...More
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I did not see any RV parking specifically marked but if you get there early enough, the lot is big enough. You can hike from there to all there is to see. Better yet, park in Guerneville and uber or bike to the park. Then... More
I did not see any RV parking specifically marked but if you get there early enough, the lot is big enough. You can hike from there to all there is to see. Better yet, park in Guerneville and uber or bike to the park. Then parking will not be an issue.