Big Basin Redwoods State Park - Boulder Creek, CA - California State Parks

 
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Welcome to Big Basin Redwoods State Park
California’s oldest state park—covering more than 18,000 acres from sea level to more than 2,000 feet elevation—launched the state park movement in California. Big Basin’s biggest attraction—literally—is a rare stand of awe-inspiring, ancient coast redwoods that are among the tallest and oldest trees on Earth. Some measure close to 300 feet tall and 50 feet in circumference. Scientists estimate that these trees may range from 1,000 to 2,000 years old. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, lush waterfalls, more than 80 miles of roads and trails, and a fascinating natural and cultural history have beckoned millions of visitors to Big Basin since 1902.

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Within Facility
The park’s Nature Lodge has exhibits and historic park photographs. The coastal Rancho del Oso Nature and History Center offers guided tours.
Camping—146 family campsites, four group camping sites, tent cabins, along-trail backpacking camps and horse camping are available. Trail camps are open by reservation only.
Trails—Big Basin’s 80 miles of roads and trails introduce visitors not only to the redwoods, but to the park’s different habitats and plants. Guided hikes are scheduled.

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Location

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21600 Big Basin Way
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Latitude
37.18
Longitude
-122.22
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