The iconic California Redwood dominates and lends its name to this great northern California State and National Park. Gaze at the some of the tallest trees in the world and take one of the several hikes around this ancient forest. Redwood National Park is home to the tallest trees on the planet.
Through most of the year, Redwood National Park can be a bit wet with several inches of rain falling in the park a year. Summer sends the powerful storm causing systems up north making a much drier and enjoyable Redwood National Park.
Even during the summer, the park doesn’t get too hot with daytime highs only averaging in the high 60s Fahrenheit in July and August.