Travel Blogs from Redwood National and State Parks, United States

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Aug 20, 2009, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Aug 20, 2009

A travel blog entry by traceourtracks

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Majestic Giants and Stunning Hwy 1 Coastline, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Majestic Giants and Stunning Hwy 1 Coastline

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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Day 1 We headed off early again and it was only about 25 miles on highway 101 before we hit the Redwood National and State Parks. The Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) are located along the coast of northern California. Comprising Redwood National ...

They grow 'em big in the northwest, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

They grow 'em big in the northwest

A travel blog entry by mdrury

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Crater Lake, Oregon to Redwood National Forest, CA I don’t get up at the crack of dawn but I wait for the sun to rise before I head out to a place called “The Pinnacles” located on the southeastern side of the crater.    ...

Clairvoyance..., Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Clairvoyance...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... ago. Funny how life works out. One of the coolest places on Earth is to stand in the middle of a Redwood forest. The trees are so massive and beautiful. The forest floor was covered in soft fauna and it was like walking on marshmallows. You have nothing ...

West Coast Wanderings, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

West Coast Wanderings

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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... golf (even with Gordon playing left handed) we continued on up the coast towards our target for the next night; Redwoods National Park in Northern California. On the way up we stumbled across the "world famous" drive-through tree and merrily drove up ...

Tree Huggin', Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Tree Huggin'

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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... the US Government and National Parks were still shut down, so where could we find them?  Thankfully California is riddled with State Parks, that share the splendour with their federal counterparts. Our first stop was Humboldt Redwoods SP, home to the ...

in the land of giants, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

in the land of giants

A travel blog entry by emandnat

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... campgrounds and all the informational centers were also closed.  We finally arrived at prairie creek redwoods state park which actually overlaps with redwood national park and was as far north as we were planning on driving.  Luckily, we spotted ...

Mar 13, 2013, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Mar 13, 2013

A travel blog entry by jstevison17

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Big Ol' Trees, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Big Ol' Trees

A travel blog entry by outsidebreak

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First stop: Redwood State and National Park Info Center. Here we learned that it costs $35 a night to set up a tent here, which to us was an outrageous sticker price for a 10'x10' square of land to sleep on. We asked about our other options, and learned ...

Redwoods - we shall return!, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Redwoods - we shall return!

A travel blog entry by karenanddean

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Redwoods stay was way too short... so little available legal camping and so many no trespassing signs, coupled with so many guns [yay USA}. We moved ...

Giant Trees!, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

Giant Trees!

A travel blog entry by kwrona

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From Napa we headed 8 hours north along the Northern California coast.  We stayed in Redwood National Park before heading out of California.  Our campsite was awesome because it was right on the creek.  All along the exterior of the ...

The BigTrees, Redwood National and State Parks, United States travel blog

The BigTrees

A travel blog entry by whereisdad

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... over to the road through the forest of redwoods. The road it's a city street in Crescent City but once you enter the Redwood National and State Parks it narrows and soon becomes a nice but interesting dirt road, really a fun thing on a loaded RT or LT ...

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