Palm Cafe & Motel

Address: 21130 Hwy 101, Orick, California, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 21130 Hwy 101, Orick, is near Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Gold Bluffs Beach, and Gold Dust Falls.
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      Travel Blogs from Orick

      The Avenue of the Giants..& Ewoks...& Dinosaurs!

      A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... of the Jedi was filmed here, as was Jurassic Park: The Lost World. You can totally see why when you are walking amongst them...and I will not be surprised if Sevi, (when entering the photos and comments onto this blog entry), doesn't add a photo of one of us against the tree with an Ewok comment next to it - my guess is it will be of me due to my size...but he is hairier so it should be of him really!!

      Along the Avenue of the Giants is ...

      Redwoods National Park

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Jul 22, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the State Park sections and the National Park sections, it's a mess. The camping was ****** and expensive, $35 per night and you still had to pay for showers! Barely spent an hour here and were ready to leave, the volunteers at the visitor centre were very friendly ...

      Night 20: Stateline Redwoods

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... surfers and palms today and plenty of "dudes." Dudes hiking, dudes smoking, dudes trying to pet bull elks. See, this part of California is wild. Bears still prowl the forests alongside massive elk herds. It is the land of cold Pacific winds and fog. It is home to the banana slug, giant clovers, and that king of all trees: the mighty redwood. The towns are small and run down. The people are run down too, faces creased with hard living; but they have the "whatever" attitude of ...

      Tree Huggin'

      A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Oct 08, 2013

      8 photos

      ... park. The next morning we revisited the Visitor's Centre, to ask if they had any alternatives, and got pointed towards the Albee Creek Campground in the western part of the Park. We packed the tent and made the short commute through the eternal twilight that is typical of the forest floor beneath the redwoods. This ground was more like it; quiet, peaceful and even including the occasional deer...until that night. This time our ...

      Mountain lions, bears and backcountry camping

      A travel blog entry by lostproperly on Sep 08, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... sitting around a particularly good flame that Casper had built... It was silent and dark except for our voices. We were looking forward to star gazing, but would you believe that just as dusk settled, so did a think cloud cover which remained for he duration of our stay! Darn it!! So instead we just enjoyed chatting away and eating our (quite delicious) boil in the bag foods. I think over the 2 nights we ate chicken and mashed potato, jerk chicken & rice, ...