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Located along the Northern California coastline, Redwood National Park is an area of protected forests, beaches, and grasslands.  Drive a campervan rental to Redwood National Park for an immersive experience of nature and Native American culture.

Redwoods are the tallest trees on the planet growing over 300 feet with a lifespan of 700-2000 years. The tallest tree in the world is Hyperion located in Redwood National Park, which is 379.7 feet in height and was discovered in 2006. In the scientific community, it’s believed that favorable climatic conditions in California such as mild year-round temperatures and heavy annual rainfall are, at least in part, the reason for this great height.

There are dozens of trails and hundreds of miles to explore on foot in the park. Prairie Creek - Foothill Trail Loop follows a creek under some of the tallest redwood trees in the world. There is plenty of parking for Class B RV rentals and trailers along Elk Meadow the section of Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway enabling access to the loop from that location. 

Kayak tours of the Smith River, California’s largest free-flowing river system, are offered for a limited time in the summer. The tours are presented by the Redwood National and State Parks and are led by experienced park rangers. There are also local kayak rentals and guides not affiliated with the park as well. Four developed campgrounds allow campervan rentals and RVs and reservations are required.

Redwood National Park Fun Facts

Containing 45% of the remaining old-growth coastal redwoods. The Redwood National and State Parks is a partnership that includes four parks located in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties.

First appearing over 240 million years ago during the time of the dinosaurs, the first redwood trees pre-date humans. The oldest living redwood at an estimated 2,500 years old would have been a seedling during the time of the Roman Empire.

At up to 1 foot thick, the bark of the largest redwoods helps make them fire, pest, and fungal resistant.

Along the northern coast of California, there are 50 redwood trees over 350 feet tall. The tallest, named Hyperion stands at 379.9 feet, nearly 60 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty.

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