From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
When you think of tall trees in California, perhaps the old-growth found in Redwood National Park comes to mind.
While the scenery there is pretty stately, there’s a 31-mile route that’s even better and generally less crowded.
To experience the most magnificent redwood groves, don’t miss the Avenue of the Giants, also known as State Route 254. This driving tour Humboldt Redwoods State Parkparallels Highway 101 and winds its way through 53,000 acre Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
Originally built as a stagecoach and wagon road in the 1880s, today the Avenue of the Giants runs roughly between the towns of Pepperwood and Phillipsville. You’ll find informative roadside signs, campgrounds, day use areas, a visitor center, and other services along the way.
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