UNESCO World Heritage sites California

 Hello everyone in this blog we are going t talk about Redwood national and state park which is in california and it is UNESCO World Heritage sites California. So, we would talking about :

  • History
  • Places to camp
  • Some endangered animal

The Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) are a group of parks in the United States along the coast of northern California. They are cooperatively maintained and consist of one national park and three state parks. The combined RNSP contains 139,000 acres (560 km2)[1] of old-growth temperate rainforests and is made up of California's state parks Del Norte Coast, Jedediah Smith, and Prairie Creek (created in the 1920s). Redwood National Park was founded in 1968. The four parks, spread over Del Norte and Humboldt Counties, safeguard at least 38,982 acres, or 45 percent of the surviving coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) old-growth woods (157.75 km2). These trees rank among the oldest, tallest, and largest tree species on Earth.


There are more reasons than ever to visit Redwood National and State Parks, a vast network of preserves that is home to our planet's tallest living creatures and also happens to be the 21st least visited national park, at a time when the United States' national parks are fighting overtourism.

The Redwood parks, a shining example of federal and state agency collaboration, protect giant sequoias in cathedral-like groves that run along 37 miles of Pacific shoreline, close to the northernmost point of the tree's limited range.

A two million-acre forest that had once been covered by heavy logging was completely destroyed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Save-the-Redwoods League and the state of California acquired hundreds of groves, preserving them in 26 state parks. When the national park was established in 1968, it included three of the redwood state parks: Jedediah Smith (1939), Del Norte Coast (1925), and Prairie Creek (1925).

Place to camp:

Klamath River RV Park

Mystic Forest RV Park

Cher-ere Bridge Camp Site

Some Endangered Animals:

Northern spotted owl

Post a Comment

* Please Don't Spam Here. All the Comments are Reviewed by Admin.