Geotourism MapGuide Welcome to California's Redwood Coast

Long famous as the home of the world's tallest trees, this scenic region is so rugged that explorers continue to look for new "champion" redwoods. Join us in celebrating California's Redwood Coast: a region that offers sparkling beaches, cascading rivers, quiet countryside, historic communities and a forest as old as the dinosaurs.

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 Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve

Redwoods, they really are that big.

Located in the Russian River region 75 miles north of San Francisco, this park's 805 acres feature a magnificent grove of ancient redwoods, self-guided nature trails and picnic facilities. As you stroll through this beautiful old-growth redwood forest, you will see some of the tallest and oldest trees remaining in this part of California.

Austin Creeks 5,683 acres of open forests and rolling hills offer a striking contrast to the cool, dark redwood grove in Armstrong Redwoods....
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Heart's Desire Beach, Tomales State Park

Photo © Susannah Murdock

 Hearts's Desire Beach

Heart's Desire Beach is a nice sheltered beach within Tomales Bay State Park. Located over Inverness Ridge, the beach is protected from the wind and large surf. The beach is on the small side and therefore great to keep an eye on the kids. There are restrooms, picnic tables and barbecues...
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The Featherbed Railroad features antique (recycled!) railroad cabooses settled among centuries-old bay and redwood trees.

Photo © Julian Jenkins

 Sleep in a Caboose at the Featherbed Railroad Bed & Breakfast

At the Featherbed Railroad, guests sleep in one of our nine luxuriously-furnished (recycled!) caboose suites.

We are located on the north shore of Clear Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake in California and possibly the oldest lake in North America, also known as the "Bass Capitol of...
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