The Avenue of the Giants is a scenic highway in Northern California, United States, running through Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It is a former alignment of U.S. Route 101, and continues to be maintained by the state as State Route 254.
Shrine DriveThru Tree Auto Park & Gift Shop 13078 Avenue of the Giants MYERS FLAT (707) 9431975 Drive through a natural opening of a living tree! Drive your car on a log! Count the rings of history! The kids will like our 2story treehouses and walkthrough stump. Visit our gift shop with quality local crafted redwood products. Family owned and operated since 1958. Dont miss it!
Trees of Mystery treesofmystery.net 16 miles south of Crescent City on Hwy 101 (800) 6383389 Enjoy a birdseye view of the redwoods as a SkyTrail gondola glides you silently through the forest canopy. Hike or stroll the Trees of Mystery Forest. Experience trails to see many noteworthy trees and unique formations with interpretive signs and little known redwood facts. Our End of the Trail Native American Museum is one of the finest private collections in the world. Free to our guests, it is our gift to the traveling public.
Chapmans Gem & Mineral Shop & Museum 4 miles south of Fortuna on Hwy 101 (707) 7252714 7500 square foot showroom of the most impressive and beautiful stones from around the world. Crystals, fossils, minerals, carvings, jewelry, stones, shells, beads, books and so much more! Open 7 days 10AM 5PM.
One Log House Café & Gift Shop oneloghouse.com Hwy 101, near RICHARDSON GROVE STATE PARK (707) 2472717 See a house inside a 2100 year old redwood log! Coffee, deli sandwiches, ice cream, redwood gift shop, dispensary, A/C, picnic area, restrooms.
The Chandelier Drivethru Tree drivethrutree.com 67402 Drive Thru Tree Rd Leggett (17 miles south of the One Log House) 200 acre park, gift shop, picnic area, rest rooms. (707) 9256464
Sanctuary Forest www.sanctuaryforest.org Free public hikes. Explore the Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, Mattole Watershed, and King Range National Conservation Area.
Bureau Of Land Management & Lost Coast Interpretive Association blm.gov/ca/arcata/kingrange Come join our Free public hikes for all ages. To sign up or for more information, call (707) 986-5415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Victorian Village Of Ferndale www.visitferndale.com Forbes named Ferndale one of America's Prettiest Towns! From its well-preserved Victorian-era main street, to its five-minute drive from Californias magnificent, undeveloped Lost Coast, Ferndale is a surprising trip back in time, with just enough modern quirkiness to make it unique.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park just 10 miles east of Crescent City, CA on Hwy 199. Stout Grove in the park is home to towering coast redwoods more than 300 ft tall and waist-high sword ferns. It's an easy and spectacular walk along a flat, wide loop trail about 0.6 miles long. Londer hikes are also available.