Jedediah Smith State Park | Trees of Mystery | Stout Grove | Taylor's Sausage Country Store
Take a mystical journey with us to the Redwoods National and State Parks in Northern California, home to the world’s tallest trees. Reaching as high as 300 feet, the redwoods tower over the region and create a dark canopy of shade overhead as we drive along winding tree-lined roads.
JEDEDIAH SMITH STATE PARK
Our first stop is at Jedediah Smith State Park where you will walk among the redwoods and along the crystal-clear waters of the Smith River. Stretch your legs and use the restroom here before we journey south on Highway 101, along the Northern California coastline, to Trees of Mystery.
TREES OF MYSTERY
At Trees of Mystery, walk along the interpretive Trail of Tall Tales, a tribute to the fictional Paul Bunyon, or climb into the gondola and ride the Sky Trail.
Following, we will stop at Stout Grove, where you can follow a hiking trail through the grove. Late afternoon sun illuminates the lush foliage making Stout Grove come alive with color.
Our final stop is at the fifth-generation, family-owned, Taylor’s Sausage Country Store in Cave Junction where you can grab a frank or a scoop of ice cream and shop their amazing selection of local products.