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Big Basin State Park


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21600 Big Basin Highway
Boulder Creek, CA 95006

 (831) 338-8861

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"I would recommend the Monterey Bay area (Carmel By the Sea, Monterey, Pacific Grove and also San Juan Bautista and some of the coastal redwoods (a different species than the sequoias that you see in Yosemite Valley Visitor Center or Kings Canyon National Park The main coastal redwood National Park is around Crescent City but if you didn't want to go that far north there are some at Big Basin State Park"  See More

"Near SF, I would recommend Dennis the Menace Park and Big Basin State Park"  See More

"Ok - Sonoma makes a bit more sense to visit California parks I would be inclined to go to Yosemite Valley Visitor Center (staying at Yosemite Valley Lodge if you can get a room there - not camping) and/or Kings Canyon National Park staying at Wuksachi Lodge (Sequoia National Park is adjacent) Also there is Big Basin State Park which we visited as a day trip on the way to San Francisco, although I think they do have camping."  See More

"Day 4: Complete the drive to San Francisco swinging by California Coastal National Monument and/or Big Basin State Park."  See More

"In San Jose, well it's not as much as a place for tourism but Big Basin State Park for the giant redwoods (need a car and a good GPS), Stanford University is impressive (church, museum,."  See More

"Also, you may find some great tented campgrounds and cabins, such as Big Basin State Park, and a number of other parks and campgrounds."  See More

"You'll see windsurfers on the coast near Big Basin State Park - the entrance to the park is here as well where you can hike among the redwoods."  See More

"Hi Andy, Big Basin State Park is a scenic, 1hr 40min drive south of San Francisco."  See More

"Also there are a few backpacking/camping spots in the Peninsula Open Space District that are lovely (may also be places in the East Bay MUDDistrict) and lots of wonderfulness in the Big Basin State ParkBig Basin area/Santa Cruz Mountain area."  See More

"Big Basin State Park and Portola Redwoods State Park are both great options south of the City."  See More

"Steep Ravine Cabins Esalen China Camp State Park Bodega Bay Big Basin State Park"  See More

"Big Basin State Park is a great local park."  See More

"Another option farther south toward San Jose is Big Basin State Park -- very different climate vs East Bay & Marin, tons of huge Redwoods and deep forest."  See More


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