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Big Basin Redwoods State Park
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Big Basin Redwoods State Park is a state park in Boulder Creek. It's only 30 min away. Have beautiful hiking trails, water falls and vineyards.
Established in 1902, Big Basin Redwoods is California’s oldest state park. In the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains, its biggest attractions—literally—are its ancient coast redwoods. If you have a full day, head to Berry Creek Falls, a 10.5-mile roundtrip hike. Along the way, you’ll see huge coast…
First State Park in Ca. Trail from Big Basin to Pacific Ocean, with waterfalls, 3000 year old redwoods because started by group that saved the original redwoods, hiking , camping
Absolutely stunning, you truly feel like a dwarf standing next to these beautiful trees, well worth the drive deep into the forest. The road to Big Basin is a little rough, lots and lots of switch-backs and eventually a one lane road. If you gat car sick, bring dramamine and a bucket.
It's a beautiful park for camping, picnicking. It's a windy road to get there but if you can handle the road (which is also beautiful), the destination is well worth it!
This is where to go to see the really big trees! It is 45 minutes north - follow your GPS. The drive there is a nice drive, and the park is beautiful.
California's oldest state park. Huge redwood trees and waterfalls in this historic park. May be temporarily closed due to recent forest fires.
Redwood Park with fantastic trails, dogs are allowed on some trails with a leash.