Navarro River Redwoods is an unusual second-growth redwood park that's pretty much just a corridor of redwoods along Route 128. The lush, shady river valley makes a nice drive; however, there aren't any trails, just a few places where you can walk a few steps to the river. The park has two campgrounds, one on a beach at the mouth of the Navarro, and one in the redwoods by the side of the road.
The main body of the park is eleven miles long and between 20 and 500 yards wide; there's also a separate section on the beach. The surrounding land is still being actively logged.
Here's the park's location in Google Maps.
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