Nestled in the northwest of California is the majestic Redwood National Park. This park should be a must-see for every RV traveler on the west coast due to it being home to some of the tallest trees in the world. Redwood National Park encompasses 130,000 acres of enchanting prairies, cascading waterways, and nearly 40 miles of organic coastline. An RV trip to Redwood National Park is unlike any other. You have the chance to gaze at redwoods up to 370 feet tall that soar above like skyscrapers and Giant Sequoias that are up to 3,200 years old. Whether you want to take your camper to wild beaches or lush meadows where Roosevelt Elk graze, this national park offers a world of its own to discover.
There are so many activities to do at Redwood National Park that the list can seem endless. You can gaze at the horizon at High Bluff Overlook or Klamath River Overlook and look for wild whales, pelicans, and sea lions. You might want to take a serene walk to soak in the essence of the ancient redwoods that tower above on the Lady Bird Johnson Grove Loop. You might even want to explore rugged tide pools and hit the waves at Endert’s Beach.
Hiking, biking, and horseback riding adventures also await you on over 200 miles of tranquil trails if you are up for the challenge. There are also five visitor centers within Redwood National Park where you can learn about the efforts to save the park’s giant trees and the natural and cultural heritage of the area. Whatever calls you to the alluring mystique of Redwood National Park, there are loads of activities to enjoy all year round.
The coastal location of Redwood National Park keeps temperatures typically mild year-round. In the winter, you can expect more rain, and the summer brings the sun and a mystifying fog to the Redwoods. An RV getaway to this incredible natural wonderland is made even easier thanks to the four RV-friendly campgrounds that are available for you to call home during your trip. Whether you are renting or bringing your own rig, a new RV traveler or an experienced one, exploring in an RV is one of the best ways to experience northern California’s natural beauty in an authentic way.