The trails are generally open all year. This is a day-use area only, so no camping. There is parking, a vault toilet, and a trash can, but no potable water at the trailhead.
The Oregon Redwoods Trail #1107, which starts from the #1106, is a 1.2 mile long, non-accessible hiking trail that loops, with some steepness, down to the west into the upper Moser Creek drainage through another grove of old-growth coast redwood trees.
These coast redwoods are at the limit of their northern range and are the only redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) found in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
Flora & Fauna
Coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) are the primary attraction here.
Shared By: Bruce Hope