After following Hwy 128 through the Anderson Valley, just west of Navarro
motorists will find themselves suddenly entering an 11-mile-long tunnel of redwood trees
that takes them all the way to the ocean. Welcome to Navarro River Redwoods State Park.
The park’s redwood groves are home to raccoons, black-tail deer and other wildlife, as well
as belted kingfishers and other river-oriented birds. Visitors to the park can enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and picnicking in and along the Navarro River. There are
two campgrounds, although for the past four years the Paul M. Dimmick campground has
been closed. The Navarro Beach campground remains open, however. There are 10 primitive campsites available there on a first-come, first-served basis. Beach wheelchairs can be
reserved at least a week in advance.
WHERE: On Hwy 128, 2 miles east of the junction with Hwy 1.
MORE INFO: 707-882-2463, 707-937-5804