Redwood National and State Parks, California, USA

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Redwood National and State Parks, California, USA

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Enchanting forests, beaches & monumental redwoods await

Sporting some of the tallest trees on the entire planet, and with 50 of them currently towering more than 360 feet, it’s no wonder Redwood National and State Parks vacation rentals are popular, as visitors come from around the world come to see these giants. You can drive, walk, bike and even fly through the air while you explore these naturally beautiful areas, which consist of beaches, grasslands and forests along California's northern Pacific coast. It's also no wonder Redwood National and State Parks vacation rentals tend to book up fast. May the forest be with you.

Hike, bike and soar your way through the Redwoods

Get up-close-and-personal with those eye-popping, old-growth redwoods along the Lady Bird Johnson Grove and California Coastal Trails, through Tall Trees Grove or the picturesque moss-covered Trillium Falls. Don't forget to look up for an amazing view you're sure not to forget, and don't miss seeing the Trees of Mystery in nearby Klamath, where you can take a SkyTrail gondola ride through the forest. Did we mention the ocean views from the top? But if you want to drive your car through a tree, you’ll need to travel north or south as they don’t actually allow that in the park. Sorry!

Pacific Coast redwoods, beaches and more redwoods, oh my!

Where to start? There’s Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, Fern Canyon at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park and Humboldt Lagoons State Park. Phew! There's a quirky Paul Bunyan statue in Klamath, a 19th-century lighthouse in Crescent City, and a sandy stretch at Gold Bluffs Beach. Plus, at Enderts Beach there's a naturally formed arch and tide pools to explore. And the trees. Did we mention there are so many trees? If you're a little overwhelmed, head to one of several visitor centers where they'll point you to the right tree. Err, park.

You’ll have a whale of a time year-round in the Redwoods

Sporting a generally mild climate year round, and with temperatures ranging from the mid 40s to the lower 60s, there’s really no bad time of year to visit! Just dress in layers, and you’ll be good to go. You’ll find spring offers a wealth of native flowers, along with the seasonal start of the gray whale migration, which occurs again in early winter, when the area receives the most rain. Most travelers tend to visit during the summer months, but you’ll find lower prices on Redwood National and State Parks vacation rentals during the spring and fall.

Spectacular Mother Nature is at her best in the Redwoods

The Redwoods encompass almost 40 miles of rocky Pacific Ocean coastline, including river ways, woodlands and prairies. They’re located between Crescent City and Eureka, and provide homes to endangered creatures such as coho salmon and mountain lions. A single tree can be home to a crazy number of species, right from lichens all the way up to bats and birds. As a random fact, the oldest living redwood is 2,200 years old. Eureka! The parks offer fern-covered walls, gangs of elk and trails along seemingly endless ancient redwoods. You might even see a sea lion or a banana slug! What??