Public Education Programs:
Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve (SNR) encompasses 805 acres surrounding and including a substantial grove of Coast Redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens). The serene, majestic beauty of these trees is a living monument to the magnificent primeval redwood forest that covered much of this area before logging operations began during the 19th century.
The Parson Jones Tree rises to a majestic 310 feet above the needle-carpeted forest floor.
The Colonel Armstrong Tree is estimated to be an astonishing 1400 years old. The park features are a short easy stroll along level trails that are disability accessible. The Discovery Trail includes Braille stations at various points of interest.
Groups of 10 or more can book private naturalist or docent-led hikes (reservations at least 2 weeks in advance are recommended). To do so, simply register online by filling out our Online Reservation Form for Groups. Fees of $5-$10 per person are appreciated, as they help us continue to provide free docent-led environmental education programs for school groups through our School Group Education Programs. Click here to book School Group Reservations online.
For more information, contact Jazzy Dingler via email or phone at (707) 869-9177 x 1#.