The Redwoods Rv Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redwoods Rv Resort Crescent City
Nice friendly gentleman who runs the park - very helpful and knowledgeable. We were there the end of September, so it was not full. Nice size pads, gravel, level, wi-fi and cable tv. Close to State and Federal Parks and Stout Grove is a must in your car only. Would definitely stay there again.
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We stayed at this sweet RV "resort" for a long time today before heading out to explore the area. I went jogging while the kids played on the playground and played tether ball and ladder ball. We all played ladder ball, in fact. (It was pretty foggy when we first woke up, but by mid-morning it cleared. I read that fog supplies the redwood trees …
We stayed at Valley of the Rogue until almost 2:00 pm! We took advantage of the internet/phone service to catch up on emails/texts. (We've been without service for a few days.) The kids caught up on their journaling. I also gave both Rees and Wesley haircuts. It’s clearly fall here and many trees are turning colors and losing their leaves. …
We set the alarm to wake up at 8:15. (Yes, we have to set an alarm to get up that early! Pitiful, right? We're all night owls.) The reason for the "early" morning was our trip to the Battery Point Lighthouse in Crescent City, CA. Specifically, this lighthouse can only be accessed during low tide (occuring at 10:07). You have to walk across rocks …
When we made it to Crescent City, CA, the marine layer was still so thick and intoxicating that the ocean views were sub standard. However, that couldn't keep us from cruising through Redwood National Park and the Jedidiah Smith State Parks on our way to Crater Lake. The roads through these parks are incredible and the GoPro footage will not do it justice. The canopies are so high and thick that you feel like an insect in a normal sized ...
Redwood National Park was the last National Park we visited in California. It was the perfect grey weather to walk among the redwood trees and forest flowers. The trillium flower has three light purple petals and was hidden beneath the ferns.