Econo Lodge - Crescent City

Address: 725 US Hwy 101 North, Crescent City, California, 95531, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 725 US Hwy 101 North, Crescent City, is near Redwood National Park, Trees of Mystery, Battery Point Lighthouse, and Klamath River.
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    Northern California

    A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Sep 13, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... ways in order to be among the oldest living things on this planet. I've never seen anything like this. This is somewhere everyone should visit and the pictures just don't capture the true feel of this area.

    The Tour Thru Trees is even more unique. Between 900-1,000 years ago, a redwood began to grow outside Klamath, CA. It has withstood the test of time/elements and today it stands as a healthy ...

    Avenue of the Giants

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... navigating in and out of the harbor. For the first time on the West Coast, it felt slightly less touristy and more like a working harbor. Like Maine. Nice.

    Continuing north on the 101, our first foray into the forest was directed by a sign for a "Drive-Thru Tree". Hell yes. Needless to say, we drove through that tree. Chandelier Tree stands approximately 315 feet tall and has ...

    Gullivers Travels

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 09, 2014

    39 photos

    ... on the Oregon Coast, we drove down to cross the Californian border and to enter into the Redwood forest. The Redwoods is comprised of four different National parks along the ocean coast and covers and protects 133,000 acres of land. We camped, hiked, drove through and hugged the tallest and one of the most massive tree specie in the world which reaches up to 370 feet (115.5 m) in height, grows up to 26 feet (7.0 m) in diameter and lives up to 1,800 years. On our full day ...

    Happy Birthday Harlan and Trees of Mystery

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 31, 2013

    16 photos

    ... went to see the Trees of Mystery. My brother Randy, my folks, and I visited here about 60 years ago. Certain things about the place still were etched in my feeble cerebral nooks and crannies that hadn't been awakened in decades. Things like the cool old motel we stayed in (which was still there, but it looked like maybe they had painted the joint), the old wooden (redwood of course) Indian in front AND Paul Bunyan and ...

    Coastal Scenes around our Chinook RV campground

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 29, 2013

    12 photos

    ... ve learned over the years, there were many lookouts like this up and down the coast.

    The last stop on the loop was the High Bluff Overlook, where we had a magnificent view of the rocks and surf below. It’s a wild coast, but nothing like what we’ll see in Oregon. We saw pelicans and cormorants in the water and on top of the rocks. There’s no better way to relax than to breath in the salt air and listen ...