Howard Johnson Express Arcata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... CCC era state park visitor center, where we picked up some maps. Now that we were almost done we could figure out where we'd been. While the Newton B. Drury parkway was nice, it did not seem as impressive as the Avenue of the Giants.
The actual Redwood National Park was adjacent here and I wanted to make an effort to see it so I could add it to the list of national parks I'd been ...
... on my way to San Francisco. Except that's how it should have been. The car rental insurance got a bit messed up by the people I booked it with online so I had to go via a rental office and sort it out. Which meant I had to go to the airport... You know what? This story is long winded and really not that fun. Let's go with a short version. It was a joke. And I was really late leaving for S.F. so getting a little stressed about arriving in the dark. But whatever, I got on my way eventually ...
... Although not located in old growth Redwoods due to logging, the trees that surrounded our spot were 100 years old and massive. There was thick growth between sites and the setup was super easy, pretty much everything we look for in a campground. It was just south of the more popular Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park and campground. We spent the rest of our first day there driving up the coast to get some groceries and dinner.
We slept in later ...
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... north 15 miles or so to pick up Hwy 96, which is a road with which I’m familiar from past experience. It runs for 155 miles, first along the Klamath river and then along the Trinity river. Simply put, it is one of the premier riding roads in Northern California. As we started it, the skies were surprisingly overcast and we even found a few wet patches of pavement. At the end though, we found ourselves in brilliant sunshine and ...