This unique ecosystem of ancient coast redwood trees has captured the interest and dedication of many people throughout time.Some of these giants are more than 50 feet around and as tall as the Statue of Liberty. At 1,000 to 2,500 years old, some may predate the Roman Empire. It was established in 1902, Big Basin Redwoods is California’s oldest state park. In the core of the Santa Cruz Mountains, its greatest attractions—truly—are its old drift redwoods.
The spot has a number of waterfalls, an assortment of environments from lavish gorge bottoms to meager chaparral-shrouded slants, numerous creatures deer, raccoons, wildcats and bunches of winged animal life—including Steller's jays, egrets, herons and California woodpeckers.??The park additionally offers tremendous perspectives of the Pacific Ocean, rich waterfalls, and an interesting common and social history. The spot has in excess of 80 miles of trails. Some of these trails interface Big Basin to Castle Rock State Park and the eastern slopes of the Santa Cruz range. ?