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Plan your escape to the home of the tallest trees in the world with Redwood National Park vacation rentals. Experience that natural sense of awe while hiking under these giants as your gaze fixes up towards the sky. Find a special sense of tranquility below the canopy of these ancient trees.
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Redwood National Park extends through California’s northern coast and in-land forest, you can split your adventure between towering trees and the sea. On your trip, you’ll find a wide system of hiking, mountain biking, and drive-thru trails, picnic spots, abundant wildlife, and the park’s namesake redwood trees. These legendary redwood trees can live to be 2,000 years old and measure a staggering 300 feet in height.
One of the main attractions of this area is its drive-thru trails, which allow guests to tour the park by car, driving right through carved-out redwood trees, like Shrine Drive-Thru Tree and the Klamath Tour-Thru Tree. Embark on a refreshing journey out to the coast and old-growth forest with a Redwood National Park vacation rental.
Where is Redwood National Park?
The Redwood National Park spans 131,000 acres along California’s rugged northern coastline, from Crescent City near the Oregon border to Orick in Humboldt County. The park rests about a 6-hour drive from both San Francisco, California, and Portland, Oregon, making it a perfect weekend trip from either city.
Things to do near Redwood National Park
While your eyes search the treetops, don’t miss out on all the area’s wildlife closer to the ground, like elk, bears, black-tailed deer, salamanders, beavers, and sea lions by the coast. Grab your binoculars from March through April for whale-watching at Klamath River Overlook, or watch elk from a distance at Gold Bluffs Beach. Kids will especially enjoy exploring the tide pools by Crescent Beach Overlook.
Between hiking trails and picnics under the redwoods, there are fun attractions to see along the way. If you’re traveling with kids, make sure to check out the Trees of Mystery park in Klamath, which offers a fun Skywalk and gondola ride. For more in-town activities during your trip, plan a stay near Crescent City, where you’ll find more restaurants, stores, and an aquarium, as well as outdoor must-sees, like Pebble Beach and the Fern Waterfall.