Redwood National and State Parks
The Redwood National and State Parks are located along the coast of Northern California, comprising of Redwood National Park, California’s Del Norte Coast, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks that are home to some of the tallest and most massive tree species on Earth. In addition to the majestic redwood forests, the parks preserve other indigenous flora, fauna, grassland prairie, cultural resources, portions of rivers and other streams, and 37 miles of pristine coastline. There are countless recreational activities here including over 200 miles of hiking trails, backcountry and campground camping, horseback riding and mountain biking are very popular but limited to only certain trails, kayaking along the seacoast, fishing for a variety of different fish, picnicking is very recommended in some of the more picturesque areas, and much more.
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Things to Do at Redwood National and State Parks
Howland Hill Road
This is a 10-mile scenic drive through old-growth redwoods along Mill Creek, with Stout Grove, a ½ mile walk through a river bottom grove of incredible trees. This is a beautiful little stretch of land in the North.
Enderts Beach and Crescent Beach Overlook
You can stand before the Pacific Ocean with amazing views from the overlook with the possibility of even seeing a gray whale! Walk to Enderts Beach, an access route to multi-colored, variety of tidepool creatures. Low tide times are the best to visit.
Klamath River Overlook
This is a prime spot for watching the gray whale migration and watching other marine wildlife and seabirds anytime of the year. You can hike ¼ mile down a steep trail to the lower overlook and more dramatic views.
Kuchel Visitor Center
The Kuchel Visitor Center is located one mile South of Orick and is the parks largest visitor center with numerous exhibits, a 12-minute video, and beach access. This is definitely the place to come and learn about the surrounding area in an RV rental near Redwood National Park!
Campgrounds in the Redwood National and State Parks
Crescent City / Redwoods KOA
The Crescent City / Redwoods KOA is located just 10 minutes Northeast of Crescent City, California and is right outside of some major attractions in the Redwoods National Park. The park has numerous available spaces for your RV, many of which are full hookup capable. The amenities here at Crescent City / Redwoods KOA include: wifi & cable TV, propane, firewood, a pavilion, bike rentals, a K9 playground, a children’s playground, bath/shower houses, deluxe cabins, a game room, a laundry room, a gift store, pancake breakfasts, a recreation hall, tour packets, handicap access, pets are welcome, discounts, and more. KOAs rarely ever let you down and the Crescent City / Redwoods KOA is no different for your RV rental Redwoods!
Jedediah Smith Campground
The Jedediah Smith Campground is located East of Crescent City, California in the Redwoods State Park. Situated in a magnificent old-growth redwood grove on the banks of the wild and scenic Smith River, this is one of the areas most popular campgrounds. There are 86 tent or RV sites, none of which have hookups so make sure to plan your tank usage. The amenities here include: a nature center, nature trails, picnic areas, restrooms & showers, swimming, a visitors center, fishing, hiking trails, fire rings, dump stations, comfort stations, boat launch ramps, barbecues, food lockers, and much more. As you can see, Jedediah Smith Campground is made for RV rentals Redwood Forest!
The Redwood National and State Parks contain some of the most beautiful and majestic forest areas in the entire world. Plan your trip and be prepared to be amazed, and don’t forget your camera on your RV rental Redwood City trip!
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