“The tallest trees in the world”
From Crescent City, California, take Howland Hill Road into the back entrance of Jedediah Smith State Park. The road will turn from pavement to dirt, and you'll be thrown into the thick of one of the most majestic stands of redwoods that still exist. Hundreds of old growth massives surround you, hiking is ample, but even a simple drive through this mist-laden forest will be enough to leave you wondering where the giants are who equal such grand foliage.
Easy walk for our 3 year old.
Such a great kid-friendly trail throw old-growth Redwoods. Lots of stumps and fallen logs to climb too. Beautiful! To avoid really bumpy, narrow road enter from the Redwood Hwy near Hiouchi.
Have you ever dreamed of driving or hiking while surrounded by some of the tallest trees in the world !!!
Then visiting the Stout Grove in the Redwood National Park in California is something that you must not forget to do. Especially, if you have kids with you they will definitely be impressed by the size of the trees and it is a great place to explain to them how great nature is and is good to park your car and walk at least an hour within the forest. The serenity and the majestic beauty of the place will make you realize how small we humans are and how worth it it is to preserve parks like these. Stimulating environmental-friendly consciousness to your kids is probably the best education you can provide!!!
Not recommended if you are towing. The road to the grove is very narrow and rough. Thankfully they provide a turnaround.
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