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Crescent City, on the northern California Coast, is located in the center of the Redwoods, the world's oldest and tallest trees.   

Redwoods National Park is home to some of the world's tallest trees: old-growth coast redwoods. They can live to be 2000 years old and grow to over 300 feet tall.  The parks' mosaic of habitats include prairie/oak woodlands, mighty rivers and streams, and 37 miles of pristine Pacific coastline

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park The park protects old growth coast redwoods, some of the world's tallest trees.

Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park The park is named after the intrepid explorer, Jedediah Stong Smith who was the first white man to explore the interior of northern California.

Trees of Mystery, just 15 minutes south of Crescent City in Klamath, contains some of the regions largest and most interesting Redwoods including world's largest Cathedral Tree.  The recent addition of 1570 ft long skytram which travels through the tops of the trees for some magnficient views.

One of the largest privately owned world class museums, The End of the Trail Museum contains 6 rooms of Native American artifacts that have been painstakingly assembled over a period of about 40 years by Marylee Thompson.  Adjacent to the Trees of Mystery gift shop.

Ocean World Aquarium features a 500,000 gallon salt water aquarium with touch pools and underwater viewing.  See otters, bat rays, sea lions and more at this unique aquarium.

A unique location for wildlife viewing, the Lake Earl area at Tolowa Dunes State Park includes Canada Aleutian geese, peregrine falcons, deer, coyote, racdoons and more.  Just 2 miles north of Crescent City.

Battery Point Lighthouse, built in  1856, today the Del Norte County Historical Society maintains a Maritime Museum at Battery Pt. and shines the light as a private aid to navigation.   



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B/W Northwoods Inn - Across from Crescent City Beach and the marina, with well-appointed rooms, pool, hot tub and full breakfast each morning.

2br - Lighthouse View Vacation Home

Lighthouse View Home - Beautiful vacation home with views of the ocean and lighthouse from upper floor and observation room.
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