Holbrook Grove and Eel River is a 1.1 mile out and back trail located near Redway, California that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, fishing, and fly fishing.
A little park composed of two separate and distinct sections of land adjacent to the Eel River and the town of Redway, CA. John B. Dewitt Redwoods SNR has three main areas of activity, despite its appearance which suggests it serves as a buffer between the highway, YMCA Camp, a low security prison, and private parcels. Because the park was newly acquired, there isn't any information on the park's official web page. Even the rangers working out of Humboldt Redwoods, who also operate this property, didn't have much information to share. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful park that is well worth a visit. Portions of the property are clearly old growth and there are no official trails. This particular section is along the Eel River and has access to the water in one or two spots. It also represents an easy place to visit, stretch your legs, have a picnic, and maybe even do a little fishing while traveling HWY 101.