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Honeymoon never ends

We were on our way from Washington state, lakewood to Roswell, n.m. to help my mom stay a live... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Roswell, New Mexico
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Drury-Chaney Loop Trail

Just when you think you've hiked all the wondrous redwood trails, you stumble upon another... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
San Diego
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Home of the 31 mile Avenue of the Giants (Redwoods).
Avenue of the Giants, Weott, CA 95571
+1 707-946-2409
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were on our way from Washington state, lakewood to Roswell, n.m. to help my mom stay a live longer . I had never seen the redwoods, so here we are Humboldt redwoods state park .A wonderful day in the big trees . I would...More

Thank R305POmichaelt
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just when you think you've hiked all the wondrous redwood trails, you stumble upon another treasure. Drury-Chaney is "easy" (level & paved for wheelchairs), but you don't feel like a novice. Your eyes are occupied, gazing upwards at the quiet redwoods, or peering down at...More

Thank SageTraveler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Humboldt State Park is near Weott, at Exit 663 off The 101. The drive through the park is 32-miles of redwood forest with plenty of turn-offs and parking areas, so it is easy to walk under these ancient giants. There is no charge to enter...More

Thank Violette54
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Redwoods are absolutely amazing. Driving through the Humboldt Redwoods National Forest seems almost mystical. The dappled sunlight cascading through the tall trees makes you forget the modern world. A must drive to truly experience the Redwoods.

Thank Vetta E S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What an incredible sight to see! The Giant Redwoods are overwhelmingly beautiful & unbelievably gigantic! You have to stand near them in order to realize just how huge they are! The park & its history is an experience not to be missed.

Thank Phyllis H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We certainly enjoyed seeing the Humboldt Redwoods. We were driving on the highway and we were surrounded by Humboldt Redwoods. People were not speeding. They too were admiring the Humboldt Redwoods. Those Redwoods are always a nice sight to see. Worthwhile to see!

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Beautiful and haunting in late September. Less people, great time to go. The campground was less than half full. Only disadvantage is the trails are not dog friendly and they are banned from the majority of trails.

Thank OregonSungirl
Reviewed 11 October 2018

By the time we got to Humboldt we had already driven down from Oregon and seen all of the northern portion of the Redwood parks and trails. We thought we had seen it all but were we mistaken. The southern end of the Redwood forest...More

Thank Cookeville_Phil
Reviewed 11 October 2018

My wife and I spent several hours in this park and I would simply say, "go." This is a magnificent collection of redwood trees and is truly inspiring. There are designated trails, but, you can simply pull off the road and walk into the forest...More

1  Thank irawine
Reviewed 2 October 2018

We've camped in the Del Norte Coast redwoods near Crescent City many times, and Redwood National Park's Gold Bluff Beach is a favorite spot, but this was our first time at Humboldt Redwoods State Park south of Fortuna. It was a logical place to camp...More

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Response from Richard R | Reviewed this property |
Greetings Rough...., We have always stayed at Hidden Springs campground. We have never had problems with bears. You have to be "Bear Aware" in the way you handle food and additional "scented" items that will attract bears... More
24 February 2018|
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Response from Ed D | Reviewed this property |
I have traveled both ways. To do the full Ave. it runs about 2 hours. My recommendation: Stop at Richardson Grove on the way up. Skip the first half of the Ave. and get off at Myers Flat. The first half isn't very... More
31 May 2017|
Response from s577 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, we did not camp- but the Rangers there are very knowledgeable about all tourist queries! Contact them through the website.