Giant Red­woods RV Park

Come See Why You’ll Want to Come Back

Snowbirds & RV Travelers - - California -

Has vis­it­ing the red­woods al­ways been on your bucket list? The red­woods are the tallest trees in the world and can reach heights of more than 107 m (350 feet). Red­woods can be a di­am­e­ter of 7 m (24 feet) and 725,700 kg (1.6 mil­lion lbs). Some of th­ese trees are 2,000 years old. Al­though they once grew through­out the North­ern Hemi­sphere, to­day they can only be found on the coast of cen­tral Cal­i­for­nia through to south­ern Ore­gon.

A great place to base your visit to the trees is Giant Red­woods RV Park on the Eel River in Hum­boldt County of North­ern Cal­i­for­nia. This is a des­ti­na­tion re­sort in the mild coastal cli­mate that nour­ishes the mag­nif­i­cent red- woods. You may never want to leave, but if your itin­er­ary in­cludes ar­eas north like Port­land and the Ore­gon Coast, or south like San Fran­cisco and Napa, make the Giant Red­woods RV Park your pri­mary des­ti­na­tion and stay again as you re­turn on your round trip.

Why? Lo­ca­tion, lo­ca­tion, lo­ca­tion. The park is sit­u­ated on the Av­enue of the Giants, the most fan­tas­tic awe-in­spir­ing two-lane road through some of the old­est, tallest trees in the world. The park hugs a lovely slow flow­ing curve of the Eel River with shal­lows for wad­ing, a delightful swim­ming hole, and views into Hum­boldt Red­wood State Park’s for­est across the river. Sur­ren­der to the peace while re­lax­ing on a sand­bar, dip­ping your feet into the cool water, breath­ing in the fresh mild air, and gaz­ing at the enor­mous trees out­lined by the bluest sky. Fall in love with na­ture and con­nect your spirit with the thou­sand year old trees nearby.

If you’re feel­ing ad­ven­tur­ous, you’re in the right lo­ca­tion. Just out­side your RV the river of­fers kayak­ing and fish­ing, while hik­ing trails in the red­woods or into the moun­tains of­fer end­less views. Just a short drive to the coast and you’ll be amazed by the spec­tac­u­lar con­ver­gence of land and sea along the Lost Coast. Ex­plore the area hik­ing some of the Na­tional Re­cre­ation Trails, fish­ing, hunt­ing and sight­see­ing in the moun­tain streams, and forests.

Back at base you’re made to feel right at home by the friendly man­agers and the fea­tures you want in an RV park. There are pic­nic ta­bles and fire pits for ev­ery site, resur­faced and graded park grounds, coin-op­er­ated laun­dry, bath­room fa­cil­i­ties with heated floors, vol­ley­ball, teth­erball and horse­shoe pits, up­graded free ca­ble and Wi-Fi sys­tem park-wide, up­graded elec­tri­cal boxes/ pan­els up to 50A, play­ground for kids, and a dog park for your best buddy. All of this on grounds with the red­wood trees you came to ex­pe­ri­ence and the seren­ity you crave. See why you’ll want to come back? For more in­for­ma­tion visit gi­antred­wood­srv.com or call 707-943-9999 Nearby: Av­enue of Giants, Hum­boldt Red­wood State Park, Drive-Thru Tree My­ers Flat, Ca

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