Not sure what happened to the original post for Redwood National Park, but here is another one.
We stayed at Kamp Klamath campground and had a fantastic site less than a mile to a coastal section of the park, and we even got fresh eggs at the campground. We were just a couple of miles to the ocean with great views overlooking the beach, seals, and whales playing in the water. While on the coast we saw a WWII submarine radar site disguised as a farmhouse.
Redwood National Park, is one of the under-visited (40 of 59 most visited) National Parks. Not sure why that is, because it is amazing and is very accessible by driving and hiking. The views, hikes, and drives through the old growth forest were breathtaking. They have probably the most significant herd of Roosevelt Elk anywhere in the lower 48.
There was no shortage of photos at this National Park. Everywhere we looked it was something exciting and unique.
We are planning to go back in a couple of years not only to visit the park but also to try and catch one of those giant king salmon.
From the Redwoods we headed north to Portland and were planning to spend the night at Cabelas, but the parking lot was too small, so we ended up on the north side of Portland at a Walmart.
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