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Calaveras Big Trees State Park
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Calaveras Big Trees State Park is named for the spectacular giant sequoia trees – the largest trees in the world – that were first discovered here. Once the world knew of their existence, demand to see the GIANT SEQUOIAS was immediate. Tourists began arriving at the Calaveras North Grove by 1853,…
Hikes of all lengths at all levels. Great visitor center / museum. Roundhouse serves hot chocolate in the winter. Park programs for kids through the summer.
A Must see while you are in Arnold! Beautiful hiking, trails, picnic areas, museum and shops. We love to go in the winter, snow on the ground and listen to the silence as the majestic trees tower over you.... lovely. To warm up you go to the fire/coco shack and enjoy a free (we always leave a…
Just 73 miles away is Calaveras Big Trees State Park. Here you will find massive Redwoods... large enough to drive a car through the base. Great hiking trails await you at this California wonderland.
I have been around the World and yet this is one of my favorite places, very near home.