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Completed in 1902, the Big Basin Redwoods State Park is proud to be the oldest existing state park in the state. It?s also distinguishable for having one of the largest collections of ancient and towering redwoods ? the tallest tree on earth ? with more than 18,000 acres of its land devoted to the growth of redwoods as well as other majestic trees such as riparian, chaparral, and oaks and conifers. Habitats and weather can be highly diverse, ranging from lush forests to exotically barren slopes and waterfalls as well as foggy landscapes to sunny days, depending on the time and date of your visit.

Besides nature trails and outdoor activities, there?s also a variety of camping accommodations available as several historic sites and even a museum to explore. Also available for overnight or long-staying guests are showers and restrooms together with other modern amenities. There?s also a trailer sanitation station, a visitor?s center and daily needs for food and supplies may be purchased from nearby outlets.
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