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Trees of Mystery in Klamath, California

Trees of Mystery is a nature based theme park in Klamath along the northern coast of California. They have a gondola ride that climbs nearly 600 feet in a third of a mile through the high canopy of a redwood forest. The 50 foot tall statue of Paul Bunyan and his huge blue ox named Babe have stood for many years and are a visual icon of this enduring park. Many hiking trails let you explore the property which includes various sites including huge named trees such as the Elephant Tree, Brotherhood Tree, Cathedral Tree. and Candelabra Tree. They have a seasonal cafe on site called the Forest Cafe. An educational museum and a gift shop round out your visit to this park. You can stay at their motel to make your day here that much easier.

15500 US-101
Klamath, CA 95548
(707) 482-2251

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