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Hendy Woods State Park, Boonville

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  • Title of state park wrong. It is Big Henry State Park. Trees up to over 300 feet high and 14 feet in diameter. Level trail and not a long walk from parking lot. There are some very large trees saved f...  more »
  • First, this is a great park! Very family friendly, easy to get around, wonderful campground. Second, what you need to know if you want to camp here: There is a "secret" policy which allows some people...  more »
  • We got married in the picnic area, and it was dreamy. We said our vows under a huge old oak tree, beside ancient redwoods. The park rangers and state parks office were kind and helpful, and did everyt...  more »
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  • This park has an old growth redwood Grove. You walk through a quiet forest of up to 700 year old trees. It is very humbling. The hiking path keeps you busy for not much more than an hour and is entirely flat. There are also a bunch of picnic cabanas and a campsite that must be plagued by mosquitoes and abundant campfire smoke. But I did not linger there.
  • Quaint and quiet state park with a camping and several hiking trails going through nice redwood groves.
  • Good camping. Be prepared to go into town from time to time. There are good places to eat, when you don't feel like cooking over a fire.
  • Great grove of cost redwoods. There are hiking trails that allow you to see these large trees up close and personal. There is a nice campground in the park too.
  • Stayed in the cabins which are a bit underwhelming. Walls are thin and mattresses were not provided. On the plus side, each cabin has a fire stove that you can use to heat up the cabin or cook stuff. Park ranger is so nice as to move my two reservations closer together so the family stays in one place. The drought definitely took its toll on the park. The river pretty has no running water. The redwood groves are still striking, though. I hope they stay that way.