Connect with nature and support our parks by joining us on Family Day at Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. This annual event is put on by Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods. They are a non-profit organization that partners with California State Parks to promote, restore, and protect our parks.
The event will be on Saturday, June 22 from 12:00 to 4:00 pm at the picnic area of Armstrong Redwoods. There will be docent-led hikes (every hour starting at 12:30 pm), nature stations, and other family activities. There will also be music, and food and beverages for sale.
Admission is free so come enjoy Mother Nature and some family fun.
About Armstrong Redwoods
Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve is a unique preserve of beautiful Sequoia trees. These trees are the tallest living things on the planet, growing up to over 350 feet. Some of these trees have survived over 2000 years. At Armstrong Redwoods, you can walk through the grove of ancient redwoods and wonder at the way this area looked before logging began in the 19th century. The reserve includes a visitor center, nature trails, and picnic areas.