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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 ...
... since we were returning the RV in only a few days time so we were both a bit hyper sensitive about doing any further damage to it. Zach was very overtired so he of course had a huge meltdown on the road to highway 1 as well so also further delayed the trip.
Once we finally made it to the coast it was magnificent and stunning and lived up to all the pictures I had seen.
State Route 1 (SR 1) is a major north-south state highway that runs along most of ...
... 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.
... passed a taunting sign that said "Almost there..." as we wound our way up the road. Well we came to the end of the road with no gas station and only a couple miles left in the tank. Luckily, we had just enough gas to cruise our way back out to the highway and on to the next town. It was definitely a close call! After that excitement, we finally made it into ...
... and we had had enough of yokels in their giant RVs so we decided to push on eastward towards Reno.
We made it as far as a primitive campsite (which has no facilities but is free!) just a few miles out of Redding. We liked this campsite much better, it was just a bunch of hippies and fisherman and no gigantor RV’s in sight for once. I don’t think they could handle the no power or cable tv hookup sites.
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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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