Visit the Immortal Tree on Your Roadtrip

California is known for its towering redwoods and giant sequoias. These massive trees have stood the test of time and draw millions of visitors every year to gaze in wonder at their majesty.

Let’s look closer at the Immortal Tree, the reason behind its name, and where you can see it in California. Then you can start planning your next road trip through the Avenue of Giants.

The Immortal Tree is almost 1,000 years old. This Coastal Redwood has a base diameter of 14.5 feet and stands about 258 feet tall.

What Is the Immortal Tree?

You’ll find the Immortal Tree as you drive through the Avenue of the Giants in Redcrest, California. The address is 28101 Avenue of the Giants near the Ancient Redwoods RV Park.

Where Is the Immortal Tree?

This scenic drive is 31 miles of historic Highway 101 in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It gets its name after the towering coastal redwoods that stretch from Philipsville in the south to Stafford in the north.

What Is the Avenue of the Giants?

You’ll want time to explore the Avenue of the Giants and this area of Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Staying at Ancient Redwoods RV Park gives you easy access to the local attractions.

About Ancient Redwoods RV Park

The RV park has 49 paved and level sites that accommodate all sized rigs. It has 50-amp hookups, laundry facilities, showers, restrooms, and a convenience store.

RV Park

The gift shop at Ancient Redwoods RV Park is called Burl n’ Drift. It’s open to visitors who come to see the Immortal Tree and all the campers who stay onsite.

Gift Shop

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