Fodor's Expert Review Trees of Mystery

Outside Redwood National Park Museum/Gallery
Since opening in 1946, this unabashedly goofy but endearing roadside attraction has been doling out family fun. From the moment you pull your car up to the 49-foot-tall talking statue of Paul Bunyan (alongside Babe the Blue Ox), the kitschy thrills begin. You can then explore a genuinely informative museum of Native American artifacts, admire intricately carved redwood figures, and browse tacky souvenirs. For a fee you can ride a six-passenger gondola over the redwood treetops for a majestic view of the forest canopy, and stroll along several mostly easy trails through the adjacent forest of redwoods, Sitka spruce, and Douglas firs.
Museum/Gallery Forest Store/Shop/Mall Trail/Path Family

Quick Facts

15500 U.S. 101 N
Klamath, California  95548, USA

707-482–2251

www.treesofmystery.net

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Museum free, trails $15

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