10 Must-See Wonders in Redwood National Parks

Step into a world of ancient giants and pristine wilderness. Redwood National Parks, located along the rugged California coast, offer awe-inspiring landscapes and unique experiences.

These towering giants can reach heights of over 300 feet, their trunks wide enough to drive a car through.

Tall Trees Grove

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Explore the enchanting Fern Canyon, where moss-covered walls rise vertically, creating a lush green oasis.

Fern Canyon

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Named after the former First Lady, this serene grove offers a peaceful walk amidst ancient redwoods.

Lady Bird Johnson Grove

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From Enderts Beach to Gold Bluffs Beach, these pristine shores invite you to unwind and watch the waves crash against rugged cliffs.

Hidden Beaches

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Hike the Trillium Falls Trail, surrounded by lush ferns and vibrant wildflowers.

Trillium Falls Trail

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Discover colorful sea stars, anemones, and other marine life in the tide pools.

Tide Pools at Crescent Beach

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Take a scenic drive along this winding road, bordered by ancient redwoods.

Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway

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Visit the Big Tree Wayside to see ‘Big Tree,’ a massive redwood with a circumference of 68 feet.

Big Tree Wayside

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The absence of light pollution allows you to witness the Milky Way in all its glory.

Stargazing at Prairie Creek

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The trail descends through old-growth redwoods to a secluded beach, offering a perfect blend of forest and ocean vistas.

Damnation Creek Trail

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