Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is famous for its 40-acre grove of old-growth redwood trees. Some of the trees are thousands of years old, and the park draws visitors from around the world. There are four diverse habitats in the park for you and your family to explore: river, grasslands, redwoods, and sandhills.
The trees are truly awesome, making this a great place for a family outing. The sites have picnic tables and fire rings. There are many hiking trails that are suitable for individuals of any age. The town of Felton is nearby with grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations. Take a ride on the Roaring Camp Big Trees Railroad for an unforgettable adventure through the redwoods.
“With multiple trails for hiking, biking, splashing in the river, and walking among the towering redwood trees, this is my favorite forest in the area. There’s camping and tons of trails.” – Erica, Google Review