Facts on Redwood Forest Trees?

Answer Naturally found only on and near the coasts of northern California, the forests of coastal redwood trees(Sequoia semperviren), can't help but inspire awe, with trees reaching to heights of 300 feet... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Facts on Redwood Forest Trees

What is the name of the forest where the oldest redwood trees are located?

The oldest redwood trees in the world are located in Humboldt Redwoods State Park in Northern California; the largest grove of old-growth redwoods is in Rockefeller Forest where some trees have liv... Read More »

How big is the redwood forest?

The Redwood National and State Parks is in coastal northern California, near the Oregon border. The size of the park is 131,983 acres, of which 71,715 acres are federally managed and 60,268 acres a... Read More »

How old is the redwood forest?

While redwoods can live to be around 2,000 years old, most of the old-growth forest remaining contains trees averaging 500 to 700 years old. The favorable weather conditions of the Northern Califor... Read More »

Where is the Redwood National Forest?

The Redwood National Forest is located in California. It is on the northern coast in the counties of Humboldt and Del Norte. The park is open year-round and can be reached via U.S. Highway 101.Sour... Read More »