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Lady Bird Johnson Grove, Orick
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  • Just after our drive through the redwood forest area just north of here, we came upon an area with pains and creek bottoms. Seeing a sign for Lady Bird Johnson Park, we were kind of ambivalent about p...  more »
  • A relatively level, easy 45 minute hike into a magical land of huge Redwoods & Douglas Firs. Almost all mornings will feature an extraordinary & extraordinarily photo-friendly fog nestled amongst this...  more »
  • You skip past all the usual Redwood Trees of Mystery attractions because they seem too busy or too touristy. Most people don't know who Lady Bird Johnson was anymore, Make a note to google it. The gro...  more »
  • Incredibly visit of the giants. We went in spring so it was very cold and humid, since there are very little spots for the sun beams to enter. You can see fallen trees, trees stroke by lighting. You feel so little in there, is amazing
  • One of the most beautiful spots in one of the most beautiful parks. This is a must-visit. It is serene and sublime. Be prepared to take your time through here. Also, the parking lot is small, so get here early while the fog still sticks to the trees.
  • Great trail that's a lot of bang for your hiking buck. It's an easy trail that's very family friendly. The trail is pretty flat most of the way with great views of the redwoods. Lots of diversity in types and sizes of trees. It's a pretty short trail, but there are several little side paths and things to explore that make the trail more exciting if you have the time. If you're on a schedule, then it makes a great quick trip!
  • Visit early in the morning and see the sunlight spilling through the fog between the trees. The hike itself is easy, points of interest are marked and there is a pamphlet at the beginning of the trail that tells about each marker. The pamphlet is free to use but you must return it at the end of the hike. If you wish to keep it, it's a $1. There is a separate trail off the west side of the Lady Bird Johnson loop called the Berry Glen trail. It leads all the way back down to the highway, an elevation decrease of 1200 feet. We hiked it with 5 children between the ages of 4-7 years old and it was great. Highly recommend going down. There is a place to park a car at the trail head near the highway, if you have 2 vehicles, park one at the bottom & take the other to the top & make it a one-way downhill hike.
  • Beautiful Sunday walk through the moist Old Growth Redwood Forest. A unique treat of Northern California.