Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve in Jenner, California
Looking for a place to explore nature near the Sonoma Coast? Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve is one of your best options. This park has many trails that follow the forest floor below a massive tree canopy of old growth redwood trees. Some of the trees are over 300 feet and have signs explaining their size and age.
Colonel James Armstrong and his daughter Lizzie devoted their time to preserving this land and saving it from logging. In 1916 it became a Sonoma county park and by 1934 it was a California state park. Visitors today can hike all over the park and beyond on well-maintained trails. Many of the trails are handicapped accessible. Dogs are allowed in the parking areas and picnic areas, but are not allowed on the trails.
17000 Armstrong Woods Road
Guerneville, CA 95446
- (707) 869-2015
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