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Discover the History and Beauty of Some ... Read More

Discover the History and Beauty of Some ... Read More

Discover the History and Beauty of Some ... Read More

Discover the History and Beauty of Some ... Read More

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Redwood National Park - California

Located in northern California, Redwood National Park is home to many forests of Redwood, or Sequoia, trees, the tallest trees on earth. Read More...

While the trees used to cover 2,000,000 acres of the California coast, clear-cut logging has brought that area down to just 38,982 acres of forests. It wasn’t until 1968 that Redwood National Park was created, by which time 90% of the great trees had already been cut down. Great efforts are being made today to preserve these trees and the land where they are located.
 
Those looking to visit Redwood National Park have a variety of options when it comes to what to see and do in the park. Get out of your car and take a photograph with one of the majestic trees. Find one of the few that you can drive a car through. Walk up to one and touch it, because you’re touching history. Go on one or two of many scenic drives, head to the beach for some whale-watching, go hiking, bicycling, camping, horseback riding or kayaking. You’re sure to leave the park feeling a certain sense of wonder after having experienced Redwood National Park.