This is definitely a DO NOT miss attraction if you want to see the redwoods in California. We drove through part of it on one day, stayed at Miranda Gardens, then drove the rest the next morning. We stopped and got out of the car at Founders Tree. After seeing so many large trees you get used to them, until you look back at your pictures and/or the scenery changes and you realize how AWESOME they were!!!!
We also did the Howland Hill Road drive up north in the Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park and also the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway. With these 3 main areas, we felt we really had a chance to see the Redwoods in 1 1/2 days. Stop at the visitor's center (coming from the North) at Hiouchi and they have much better maps to guide you. I was confused on "where' the Redwoods were before we left home and not sure on where exactly we should go. The helpful park rangers answered all those questions at Hiouchi.
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