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Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Weott
(4.9/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Humboldt Redwoods State Park is located in Weott. Use our Weott family vacation planner to visit Humboldt Redwoods State Park on your trip to Weott, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My husband and I visited the park in early November, and we were the only hikers on several of the trails. It was like they'd kept the park open just for us! We hiked for 3 days, admiring several of t...  more »
  • We camped here 3 years ago and I wish I could have stayed again this time. The Avenue of the Giants is a great place to bike or walk but most people just drive through in their cars, stopping off at m...  more »
  • I wish that California would make traveling with dogs more enjoyable. With that said we left them and did some walks. The visitor center was planned very well and clearly have some great donations to ...  more »
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  • I love hiking through forests and nothing beats Avenue of the Giants. Founder's Tree is one of the most immense sights to behold, truly humbling. William's Grove is the perfect spot to stop for lunch and even has large sites for group picnics. Miranda and Myers Flat offer spots to stop for coffee, supplies or camping. There's really nothing in the world like the Humboldt Redwoods.
  • One of the most beautiful places I've been. It's legal to camp in your vehicle here. PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT. KEEP IT BEAUTIFUL
  • 😍 redwoods. Avenue of the giants is worth every second if the drive. Don't fall for any "drive through trees" they are all money grubbers exploiting nature's beauty!
  • Unforgettable hiking with profound views of some of the biggest and oldest trees on the planet. Yesterday I made the 13+ mile loop hike from from Rockefeller Loop (taking the Bull Creek North and South trail loop) down to Burlington (via the River trail) and then returning on Avenue of the Giants (if you do this please wear reflective gear as it can be dark under the canopy during any time of day and in many spots you will be walking ON the highway). Make sure to study the trail map before hand and then ask a ranger or park volunteer for things to look out for to avoid getting lost. There are clear trail markers and the trails themselves are well worn (a few spots may make you double check your path because of some newly felled trees or overgrowth) but it is always best to know which direction you need to go and to keep track of how long you have been moving. Your phone's GPS will be of no use to you while walking the forest floor. So take care of your map and mark off each way point you pass. As always, let someone (reliable) know your route and do not deviate. Now, get out there! Have fun and be safe.
  • This is the place to be! Such a beautiful area with tress surrounding us and endless trails to walk on. You can find the Founders Tree as well as the Albino Redwood in this area which is really nice. If you are driving by this area then I highly recommend stopping for just a few minutes to stretch those muscles and take in the beauty.