nature trips



wild flowers

trail running

kid friendly

This park and the co-managed state parks protect almost half of all remaining Coastal Redwoods, the tallest trees on Earth. There are three large river systems in this very seismically active area, and the 37 miles (60 km) of protected coastline have tide pools and seastacks. The prairie, estuary, coast, river, and forest ecosystems have varied animal and plant species.

Amazing spot. Great hike in along redwood creek. Once you get to the end the Tall Trees Grove with old growth redwoods, sprawling old growth oak, and birch just before the end make for a stunning trip.

Quick walk in foggy redwoods

Moderately trafficked route. Very beautiful hike, there is a map for a self guided tour. Toilets, no running water.

Nice trail. The walk back up is a bit challenging for those not used to uphill but is definitely doable.

Beautiful wild flowers and great views!

8 days ago

We hiked the mile in only for the Hidden Beach because the trail to Enderts Beach was closed due to a landslide and were not disappointed. The trail is mainly worn down grass with several ocean views along the coastline but the beach is beautiful and very secluded. Only one other person showed up the entire two hours we were there.

This hike had a little of everything! Including ticks.... wear bug spray! And save lots of energy for climb out :)

19 days ago

lovely if it's clear. steep

Great hike, some hilly incline but mostly non incline grass hiking. There was some bear scat but didn't see any bears. Saw some garden type snakes on the trail. The hike was beautiful about 2 miles in, I heard sea lions barking, couldn't see em from any point on the trail. Got to hidden beach it was beautiful and secluded. So peaceful to listen to the waves crashing. If your a climber there were some 2 biggish rocks to practice climbing they are similar to bouldering rocks. Great hike I'd recommend doing this one then having a nice lunch at the beach.

28 days ago

28 days ago