Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve

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17000 Armstrong Woods Rd
Guerneville, CA 95446
(707) 869-2958

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  • Take a walk among some of the tallest trees in the world
  • Coast redwoods, or Sequoia sempervirens, are the tallest living things in the world, with some extending beyond 370 feet. Here some great tips about visiting the park:
  • I'm all for paying for parks, but if you are cash strapped, you can park for free just outside the park kiosk near the visitor center. If you do go in, this 2.3 mile loop hike is a gem (follow link)
  • Nice walk, with Parsons and Colonel tree a short stroll from parking lot.
  • Dogs are allowed in the park, but only on the paved areas.
  • Did the East Ridge Trail and back on the Pioneer Trail with a 5 year old. 3.5M. Totally doable and great hike!
  • Beautiful redwoods! There is an easy 1 mile trail that stays flat for those of us not wanting a hike but wanting to be in nature. Walked it 41 weeks pregnant!!!
  • You can only hear the quiet if you yourself are quiet
  • If you like going on trails, this is a great place to do that. It also very educational.
  • The hike to the top of east ridge is worth it! Spectacular view from a very great trail.
  • This is a beautiful park with some easy walking paths. Can't get enough of redwoods. So amazing!
  • Just as good as Muir Woods and less crowded!
  • Get your tree on!
  • The pioneer trail is short and you can see all the sights you need to see. It is a great park.
  • It's so beautiful here great for a nice walk and a picnic with family and friends.
  • The 5.6 mile hike is difficult but fantastic. Totally worth it!
  • Just go there!! It's spectacular!! A great place to deep breathe and let go of stress!!!
  • Take the Pool Ridge Trail. It's a good 3 miles uphill but the view is worth it!
  • use the restroom by the visitor center before you hike because it took us forever to find one in the woode
  • The East Ridge trail is a bit more challenging and bypasses most of the Redwoods. If you want a shorter trek full of mammoth trees, stick to the Pioneer trail.