Fern Canyon offers a different kind of wilderness experience in Redwood National State Park, which is often associated with forests of giant trees. The rugged rock walls surrounding Home Creek are covered with ferns that have remained the same for more than 300 million years, creating a landscape that resembles a prehistoric world. The canyon was used as a location for the forest where dinosaurs ran around in the movie "The Lost World," and visitors can enjoy an extensive trail where they can walk along a shallow creek and encounter rare flora and fauna.
Redwood National State Park
Redwood National State Park stretches for about 560 square kilometers along the Pacific coast of northern California. The park protects a virgin redwood forest, one of the oldest and largest trees on earth. The misty forest is home to giant trees up to 100 meters tall and rare animals, and trail courses have been established so that visitors can experience a mysterious and majestic world once they step into the park.