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Jedediah Smith Redwoods park is an awesome place for a smooth, paved bike ride, although biking options are limited. Breeze thr...Read more
Fishing is a great way to spend an afternoon here, especially from October to February. In those months, it isn’t uncommon for ...Read more
If it’s a scenic hike you’re looking for, look no further. Jedediah Smith’s trails take hikers through lush scenery of ferns, m...Read more
Picture this: you, surrounded by giant redwoods all while riding on a noble steed. If that doesn’t scream “get your camera,” we...Read more
If you’re kayaking down the Smith river, you should definitely be doing it in a wetsuit. The Smith river has up to Class IV rap...Read more
The Smith River is the last major free-flowing river in California. It features a “swimming beach” and a handful of swimming ho...Read more
Forget walking on the wildside, at Jedediah Smith State Park they ride down it. Smith River is an undammed water system (meanin...Read more
Jedediah Smith is filled to the brim with wildlife – all you have to do is keep your eyes open! Some creatures that you can ke...Read more
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We loved staying here. The campground was quite and clean. Everything was clearly labeled and was easily accessible. We traveled all the way from East Tennessee to be in these woods!
Ahhh the majestic redwoods!! No where in this world compares to the magic found in these redwoods. Love driving the avenue of the giants and wander through the groves of these giant wonders!! Best place ever!
Report from your Shirtless Host Steve
This is the last large state park before you get into Oregon..
It is off HWY 199. A must to stop at
It has camping hiking fishing swimming in the Smith River
And the Howland hill Rd. A must to drive though. Off this Rd.
Is the Stout Grove Loop also the Boy Scout tree trail and off Hwy.
199 is Simpson Reed Grove Loop
If you primitive camping ( get a access permit ) take little bald hill trail
Unbeleaveable hike both in and out
Out the back of the camp is a foot bridge. ( summer only ) is a hoot
Over the Smith
This park will accommodate R.Vs up 36 ft. No hookups
Camping is fun but family camping is the best
So bring your friends and family and camp at Jedediah Smith
Much preferred this Jedediah Smith campground over Gold Bluffs campground in Redwoods National Park. Nothing beats waking up in a majestic redwood grove! It is a busy campground, but most of the sites seemed to be spaced adequately apart with plenty of greenery to provide seclusion. Close access to the river and to Stout Grove nature walk.
Report from your Shirtless Host on Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
If you headed south from Oregon or north to Oregon on Hwy 101 or east or west on Hwy 199. You have to stop and camp at this Park. This park has a few of the tallest Red Woods in the World. Also this is a 5 star park in it self.
The camp grounds are clean and it has Cabins, hiking trails, the Smith River running though it. Camp sites right on the river it most likely an adventure of a life time for you and your family! You are right in the middle of the redwoods so be ready for redwood dust. But that's the price you pay for such a beautiful place. Don't forget it is pay showers. Things to do is kayaking,wild life viewing and visitor center
Shirtless Host Steve
Well worth the drive! Beautiful campground, every site feels secluded. Snag a river site if you can. Warm clean showers to boot - bring quarters. Check out Hiouchi Café for pancakes so large they spill over the side of the plate. Nearby Stout Grove is a must for ancient trees, take in the stillness.
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