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There is something so magical and mysterious about walking through the coastal redwood trees at Redwood National Park and feeling so small among their presence. But in addition to these tall, ancient trees, the Redwood National and State Parks of California are also wonderful places to experience 40 miles of rugged coastline, rivers, prairies, woodlands, and camping areas.
There are several campgrounds within the parks, as well as backcountry campsites and private campgrounds in the vicinity. For your next outdoorsy vacation in Northern California, here are the best places for camping near Redwood National Park.