Redwood Coast Trip Planner
Welcome to Redwood Coast!
One of the United States of America's most scenic rural regions, California's Redwood Coast is a natural paradise. The untouched groves of magnificent redwoods that characterize this area are an awe inspiring sight. Among the region's four state parks, including Redwood National State Park, visitors can enjoy over 200 mi (320 km) of trails threaded through a variety of environments, including beaches, cliffs, rivers and coastal lagoons. Visitors will find a trip to the Redwood Coast means much more than just a chance to see the world's largest trees. Together, the small towns that call the Redwood Coast home offer a wealth of Victorian architecture and family attractions. The Morris Graves Museum of Art is a jewel for the area's arts community, boasting seven galleries. The Sequoia Park Zoo, Clarke Historical Museum and the Victorian village of Ferndale are just a few more of the areas most popular destinations.