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Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: Where is the Montgomery Woods State Reserve?
Answer: Roughly thirteen miles north of Ukiah California. The drive takes about forty-five minutes due to poor road conditions.
Question: Are there any tourist related services at the reserve?
Answer: No, there are no campsites, gas stations, hotels, ranger stations, or snack bars.
Facts and Figures about the Reserve:
The reserve is just one of 31 managed by the Department of Parks and Recreation.
With the help of the Save the Redwoods League the park has grown from just nine acres in 1945 to over 1142 acres.
It was reported in 1999 that the reserve contained the largest tree on Earth.
Montgomery Woods State Reserve Trail Map
360 degree panorama image of a fallen Redwood ( Quicktime add in required )
What other people think of the reserve:
A review of the reserve that covers what to expect and how to get there.
The shallow root system of a Redwood can be easily damaged by foot traffic so please stay on the trail.
Mendocino oak largest in countryKESQ - Palm Desert,CA,USACOVELO, Calif. After 500 years or more, an oak tree in Mendocino County has grown into the largest specimen of its kind in the United States. ...
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