Stout Grove

One of the spectacular and widely-photographed old-growth redwood forests in redwood national park is the Stout grove. North of Crescent City in Jedediah Smith Redwood.

Fern Canyon

A gorgeous and well-known tourist site, Fern Canyon became well-known because to its inclusion in the Jurassic Park film series. 

Gold Bluffs Beaches

The protected dunes, kilometers of gray sand, and driftwood at Gold Bluffs Beach are its most notable features. Rare birds and mammals including seals take a break along the shore.

Avenue of the Giants

The stunning 31.5-mile Avenue of the Giants route winds through the Humboldt Redwoods State Park, which is about an hour South of Eureka.

Elk Meadow

One of the best places in Redwood National Park to watch the magnificent Roosevelt Elk is Elk Meadow. Located near the beginning of Davidson Road, just outside of Orick.

Crescent Beach Overlook

In Redwood National Park, Crescent Beach Overlook is a brief but lovely roadside stop that offers breath-taking views of the Pacific Ocean.

Tall Tree Groves

One of Redwood National Park's most breathtaking clusters of soaring redwoods may be seen in the Tall Tree Groves.

Bald Hills

Redwood National Park's Bald Hills, a less popular and more secluded location, provides visitors with a very different experience from that of the Redwood groves.

Lady Bird Johnson Grove

At more than 1,000 feet above sea level, the Lady Bird Johnson Grove is one of the most impressive stands of old-growth Redwoods in the world.

Trees of Mystery

Trees of Mystery is most renowned for its 49-foot (15 m) monument of Paul Bunyan and 35-foot (11 m) figure of Bunyan's companion Babe the Blue Ox.