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TravelPod Member ReviewsView Crest Lodge Trinidad
Only stayed one night. The place was clean and the bed comfortable but received a tepid welcome compared to other places we have been staying on our big 7 week trip around US. Will stay somewhere different if we come back, which we hope to do as the area is gorgeous
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... we go to explore the Redwood Park which is National and State and encompasses a spreadout area from our location and north past Crescent near the Oregon border. The first stop was the Ranger Station where we watched a movie on the Redwoods learning that most mature trees are 500-600 years old and some as old as 2000. Of course many were lost during the logging years up to 1968 when this became a National Park (signed by President Nixon) and in 1978 combining the 3 state parks with ...
... In 1850, old-growth redwood forest covered more than 2,000,000 acres (8,100 km2) of the California coast. The northern portion of that area, originally inhabited by Native Americans, attracted many lumbermen and others turned gold miners when a minor gold rush brought them to the region. Failing in efforts to strike it rich in gold, these men turned toward harvesting the giant trees for booming development in San Francisco and other places on the West Coast. After ...
... br> Further south on the Redwood Highway, we found that the Avenues of the Giants, which is a scenic road through the redwoods in one of the state park, was perhaps more impressive than the national forest. We ended up spending the night in one the campgrounds in this park. It was pretty awe-inspiring just to be under a grove of trees that big.
... we have to put the awning in and out of the trailer until we can get the parts to reattach it!
Other than the awning incident, we had a great time at Klamath River. Caleb and Bruce had a chance to do a little fishing but the owner said this wasn't the best time of year to fish at this particular spot. They still had fun hanging out together and we really enjoyed our time at Redwood National Park!
... the redwoods. This was really adorable of him, but also a bit odd...who passes cheeseboards down a moving vehicle?! Regardless, the other girls all enjoyed it (no cheese for me thanks!) and it helped to stave off their hunger as we were coming into the camp. By the time we rolled up into the camp in the middle of a Native American reservation, on the land of the Yurok tribe, it was like 8.30pm...we shot up our tents and then loads of us mished off to the laundry as we had no ...