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Sometimes people zip their lip about Navarro. You might too, after experiencing the powerful triad of second growth redwoods, river currents and oceanside camping. You might just feel a bit of Read more...
Sometimes people zip their lip about Navarro. You might too, after experiencing the powerful triad of second growth redwoods, river currents and oceanside camping. You might just feel a bit of protectiveness seep into your state-park-loving bones. It’s natural to want to keep this place secluded, but don’t worry, people have been enjoying it for quite awhile and it hasn’t lost its luster.
Navarro Redwoods State park is a magnificent 660 acres along a 14-mile corridor of the Navarro River, where you can meander through stunning second growth redwood canopies, dip into restorative crystal river water and play surfside at pacific ocean worshipping Navarro Beach. Kayakers and canoers, you’re invited to submerge your paddles in the late winter and early spring and swimmers you should be rocking all summer long in both salt and freshwater cradles.
Located in the Anderson Valley, between Highway 101 and the Mendocino Coast, Navarro Redwoods State Park is an inestimable treasure of versatile waterlife, lush vegetation and secluded camping dreams. Break the silence and savor the rich display that makes Navarro a coveted California secret.