When traveling on Highway 101 through the redwood country of Humboldt County you will pass the city of Garberville. Just beyond begins your journey through the forested drive that offers many opportunities to stop and view attractions like Hobbit Hill (open during the warmer months) with its quaint, small houses. There is a small motel, gift shops and an RV park beyond the hill. Traveling north is a Drive-Thru tree attraction however be advised that high clearance vehicles are prohibited. A visitors center including many redwood country displays is a must see especially for the youngsters. Further east there is a parking lot for those who care to take an easy hike through the redwoods. One of the high points of this area is a very tall redwood tree that fell during a storm named the Deyerville Giant. East of this area is a gift shop with some beautiful artwork seen from the windows however it appeared to be closed in a mid September visit. More parking on the north of the highway near the gift shop is available for hiking on level ground. This is a must see and do allow several hours for hiking and stopping at a few of the attractions, shops and day use areas. There are campgrounds along the highway for tenting and RVing if staying overnight or longer. Happy Trails all!
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