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Very Nice Place to Visit

My youngest daughter and family came out to Brookings, OR for a visit so my wife and I took them... read more

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chefminter
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Brookings, Oregon
Stop for just a bit!

We didn't do the ride or the trees of mystery, but it was an excellent place to stop and stretch... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
KRM210
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Family owned and operated roadside attraction, offers a hiking trail through the redwoods and a SkyTrail gondola ride through the trees. We have a large gift shop, fresh homemade fudge, and a large collection of Native American artifacts in our free...more
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15500 US Highway 101 N, Klamath, CA 95548-9351
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Reviewed yesterday

My youngest daughter and family came out to Brookings, OR for a visit so my wife and I took them here. Everyone truly enjoyed their experience and my son in-law who is an arborest was amazed at the diameter and height of the beautiful redwood...More

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We didn't do the ride or the trees of mystery, but it was an excellent place to stop and stretch our legs while getting pics with Paul and Babe nonetheless. I recommend stopping here, for just a short bit in the least! The man running...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed November 9, 2018

This family owned attraction, offers a hiking trail through the redwoods and a SkyTrail gondola. We did not ride the gondola as it was a rainy day when we visited. There is a large gift shop with a good selection. Also there is a collection...More

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed November 6, 2018

It's touristy..you can get a little bit of history, smell the redwoods [carvings and totem poles] and browse or buy lots of goodies in the store...I posed with Paul & my blue Ox. It's worth the stop.

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Neal S
Reviewed November 6, 2018

Loved I admit, I originally only visited Trees of Mystery for the giant statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe The Blue Ox, but once there, we were sucked in. After snapping photos with Paul and Babe and chatting with Paul a bit (yes he talks),...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed November 6, 2018

We visited Trees of Mystery in the spring. We really enjoyed ourselves and were awed by the size of the trees. Very happy that they are protected from harvesting.

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank MtGrl99
Reviewed November 3, 2018 via mobile

We always have fun at trees of mystery. It is beautiful nature a great native american museum and super cool gondola ride through the redwoods. Super duper!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Navigator608284
Reviewed November 1, 2018

We had a great time, including our 2 dogs. All 4 of us enjoyed the walk through the woods and the dogs kept trying to find where the person was when we turned on the recordings located in different information stands. The tram was a...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed October 30, 2018

We visited in October on a whim while driving by. It looked like a good place to stop. We had a great time with our 3 year old, our dog, and really enjoyed the tour looking at the beautiful Redwood forest.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank keen72762
Reviewed October 27, 2018

This family story was featured on the TV show called Weird Inheritances which featured the family owners that inherited this acreage with outstanding Redwoods. They have turned it into a legitimate tourist attraction. Not big on tourist destinations, we laughed as we paid $32 to...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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JoannaTequida
August 27, 2018|
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Response from 47MichelleR47 | Reviewed this property |
Yes! There is a large parking lot with plenty of space
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March 16, 2018|
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June 17, 2017|
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Response from oregonmomma2 | Reviewed this property |
It's included in the price of the hike. I believe it's $16 per adult and children 5 and under are free.
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Tardis-Geek
Seattle
Three days in Gold Beach (2 Replies)
Last year a friend of mine won a ticket on the Mail Boats, so next week we're heading down to Gold Beach to cash in - and then spend a couple of extra days in town. Now I'm no stranger to the oregon coast, but usually I'm just passing through - this is the first time we're actually staying in one place for any length of time. So, if you have some time to kill, what would you recommend in town? I love the Oregon coast tourist traps (the Sea Lion Caves, Prehistoric Gardens, Trees of Mystery*...More
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Angie B
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Road trip between San Francisco and Trees of Mystery Klamath (4 Replies)
My family is traveling from Washington, DC to San Francisco, and would like to make a road trip north after seeing some sites in San Francisco towards the Trees of Mystery, Klamath, What sites can we see in between. I am traveling with three boys, 19, 16 10 and my husband. They all love the idea of San Francisco and the big Redwood trees but I need to see something in between. Any recommendations? I want to make this a fun trip. Thanks!
January 04, 2015|
Response frombelomiser|
and where does Yosemite come into play. Please do look at a map and see the route from SF to Klamath and also please read the top question on redwood trees v/s giant sequoias -- this top question is in the California forum. Please post this in the Ca forum and tell us your likes dislikes interest and also the time frame.
Stacy584
Los Angeles, California
Trees of Mystery to Crater Lake - Direction Help (10 Replies)
Dear TA, I am planning a trip in next summer with my 13 year son. I will be coming from Trees of Mystery, Klamath CA. I was reading here on TA that to start from North Rim and drive clock wise. So what road should I take from Trees of Mystery to get to Crater Lake. Or is there a better option could you suggest. Thank you, Anita
December 10, 2015|
Response fromWahiawakid|
Good morning Anita! To get to Crater Lake from Klamath, CA, go north on 101 to Crescent City. Then take 199 towards Grants Pass, OR. Then take I-5 south towards Medford for a few miles, turning east at Gold Hill. Follow 234 to 62....and on to the lake. This is your most direct route, but it is a significant distance FYI. You may want to plan to stop in Grants Pass for a meal or to load up on snacks. There's not much else in the way of towns, stores or restaurants between your start and your...More