ARMSTRONG REDWOODS STATE RESERVE
Petit Futé's opinion on ARMSTRONG REDWOODS STATE RESERVE
The star of this park is, once not usual in California, the giant Redwood. So we'll be measured at the Parson Jones Tree, the largest of the park, or see this old branch of Colonel Armstrong Tree, the oldest tree in the park. This magnificent forest of giant redwoods was preserved thanks to Colonel James Armstrong who discovered the beauty of these trees in the 1870 s. Easy access paths will take you through wood.
Opening time and information on ARMSTRONG REDWOODS STATE RESERVE
Open every day 8am up to 1 a.m. after the sunset. Visitor center open from 11am to 3pm. Admission fee: US$10 by car, US$7 for the seniors. Free for the pedestrians and the cyclists.