Sunday, September 18, 2011
MacKerricher State Park is a diverse park offering something for just about everyone. Camping, hiking, all access Old Haul Road, picnic areas, fishing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing areas and plenty of beach.
Morning Fog on Old Haul Road
Ghost Houses in the Distance
Frequent Sleeper Waves and Strong Undertow at Laguna Point
Evening Walkers on Old Haul Road
Trash to Treasure on Glass Beach
Never turn your back to the ocean at Glass Beach, another
beach with wicked sleeper waves.
Sunset rides along a sandy stretch of beach.
One of the best ways to access Humboldt Redwoods State Park is by traveling along the Avenue of Giants. It is difficult to show just how giant these trees are, but the visitor's center has a labeled cross section that puts their age into perspective.
Avenue of Giants
SUV to Stump Size Comparison
The Green Bar at the top of the Pole is the Flood Level the Eel River Reached in the Town of Weott.