Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve To Remain Open On Weekends During Park Improvements through September Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve, in the heart of the Coast Range, has redwoods, where visitors can walk along one of the parks many trails. It is an excellent example of both a magnificent coastal redwood grove and a beautiful fern forest.

Super pretty there, however watch out with mosquitos, use spray!

Amazing hike with lots of wildlife and amazing trees! There wasn't any signs for the place so we were glad we were in the right spot. I was hoping for more information on the grove, but it was a wonderful hike with hardly any people. Make sure to bring bug spray. The mosquitos are brutal.

Beautiful trail through old growth redwoods. The trail is pretty short and very easy to walk - limited views due to the fact that the paths lead through a narrow canyon. But the old growth redwoods are spectacular. Worth a visit.

This trail is beautiful. Super easy once you get past the first hill. Some areas were difficult to decipher where the trail was. Be prepared to climb over/under fallen trees. The drive to the trail was horrific, but completely worth it!

Beautiful hike for all..trees, running water, ferns, moss everything you'd want in a simple hike. Get there early for parking rd in is curvy but worth it.

Lots of memories hiking with my family here..shady, cool & beautiful!

Great trail, with some really spectacular views of giant trees. Easy trail for walking, only one small hill to climb at the beginning. The only small problem is the limited parking, but other than that it's fantastic.

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4 months ago

Amazing Redwood hike - maybe the best I have ever been on. Very hard to get to - lots of windy roads but trail head well marked. Most Redwoods hikes have too many people (bc they are easy to get to) and are really short. No one was on this trail - assuming bc hard to get to, it was a Friday morning and it was raining. Trail wasnt in real good shape bc of the rain - there were a few places where the trail looked like a stream. With all of that said, amazing experience and I cant wait to go back

Fairly easy until you get to the hill at the end. There is a river crossing that I had to used a downed tree. High chance of falling in when wet, surprisingly I didn't. There are a few bigger redwoods, but you're quickly walking through second-growth redwood forest, with only the stumps of the former giants remaining. You can hike up the hill to get a nice view of area.

Nice easy walk through a beautiful redwood grove.