Redwood National and State Parks is a beautiful destination located in Northern California. 

Photography: Redwood National Park offers endless opportunities for photography, with its towering redwood trees

Hiking: There are over 200 miles of hiking trails in the park, ranging from easy walks to strenuous hikes.

Horseback riding: Take a guided horseback ride through the park's backcountry for a unique way to experience the park.

Ranger-led programs: Join a ranger-led program to learn more about the park's history, wildlife, and ecosystems.

Kayaking: Explore the park's waterways by kayak, with opportunities to paddle on the Smith River, Klamath River

Scenic drives: Take a drive on the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway or the Howland Hill Road to see some of the park's beautiful landscapes

Fishing: Fishing is allowed in some parts of the park, including the Smith River and Klamath River.

Beaches: The park's coastline features several beautiful beaches, including Enderts Beach, Crescent Beach, and Gold Bluffs Beach.

Wildlife watching: Redwood National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, black bears

Camping: Redwood National Park offers several campgrounds for visitors who want to spend the night in the park.