Big Basin Redwoods State Park

In 1902 Big Basin became the first California state park. Along with old growth and recovering redwoods, the forest is home to other trees, including conifer and oaks. A variety of animals live in and around the sequoias—like deer, owls, and an illusive bird called the marbled murrelet.

Visit the Official Park Webpage

California State Parks Foundation

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