Snowy Range Pass

Snowy Range Pass

Thursday, June 07, 2018

Redwoods parks


10 July 17

We visited the state and federal Redwoods parks near Orick, CA.  Walked several trails and saw many large redwood trees.  We also saw several small groups of elk.































On our way to the next campground we stopped at a tourist trap called Trees of Mystery. It had some Paul Bunyan and other outdoor displays and a mystery tree trail that we passed on.  Inside was a Native American Museum and lots of things to buy.  Stayed at the Lone Mountain RV resort in Obrien, OR on route 199.











8 comments:

our awesome travels said...

What wonderful area to explore, great photos and thanks for taking us along.

our awesome travels said...

What wonderful area to explore, great photos and thanks for taking us along.

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

We missed seeing the Redwoods when we were out that way due to time constraints. Poor planning on our part or a grandchild arriving too soon... ;c)

Jim and Sandie said...

Aren't those trees amazing? Your pictures brought back fun memories for us.

Happytrails said...

The redwoods are such incredible trees along with the giant Sequoias. A person standing beside those trees dwarf out greatly.
To think that some of the giant Sequoias date back to the life of Christ...
Thanks for sharing such beauty and majesty!!

Nickie Jim said...

One of my favorite places on this earth.
Great pictures!

Wanderin' said...

I love visiting the Redwoods. It's such a beautiful area and so much to see.

Sherry said...

Your redwood pictures are fantastic. They really show the size and height which is hard to do. So glad both the federal and state governments are protecting them. Thanks for posting this. I loved seeing them.