California Drive-Thru Trees The National Park Service doesn't cut down ancient trees to make drive-thru experiences, but there is a fallen tree you can drive through (left photo) at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park where you'll also find the world's biggest tree.Visitors can drive through the fallen Tunnel Log along the Crescent Meadow Road in Giant Forest.
Drive-Thru Tree Park is a piece of paradise in Northern California where you can drive your car through a Giant Sequoia, hike trails to photograph wild life and native plants, picnic, or shop.
Tour Thru Tree. Big Tree Drive-Thru. Avenue of the Giants, California. Once you embark on a Redwood Highway journey, the voices in your head will mutter in disappointment every time you roar past another tourist-optimized marvel of nature. Shrine Drive-Thru Tree. The giant redwoods of Northern California are the biggest trees in the world ...
Although these sequoias have fallen, there are still three redwood tunnel trees in California that cars can drive through. Those trees are privately owned, and one even appeared in a Geico ad ...
Right at the intersection of Highway 1 and Highway 101 in the town of Leggett sits one of the three drive thru trees in Northern California. Even the road that this tree resides on is called Drive Thru Tree Road. I drove through all three of the trees on my roadtrip and you can read […]
Chandelier Drive-Through Tree in Leggett is a privately-owned attraction that charges an admission fee. Most visitors who give into the cheesy urge to drive through a tree say this one is the best in Northern California. Shrine Drive-Thru Tree south of Humboldt Redwoods State Park near Myers Flat charges a small fee to drive through. This one ...
Drive-Thru Tree Park is a piece of paradise in Northern California where you can drive your car through a Giant Sequoia, hike trails, picnic, or shop History Established in 1922.
Only on the Northern California coast By Richard Stenger/Redwood Enthusiast EUREKA, Calif. -- Not one but three giant redwoods offer motorists the opportunity to steer their wheels through a living tree. All are right off US Highway 101, known as the Redwood Highway, within an hour or so drive of the historic seaport of Eureka. They are privately owned and charge a nominal fee.
Where is the tree you can drive through? This question is asked thousands of times each year by visitors to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. They are surprised to hear that the famous tunneled sequoia tree they seek was never in these parks, but rather 100 air-miles north in the Mariposa ...
Winter storm fells one of California’s iconic drive-through tunnel trees, carved in the 1880s ... was purchased by the California State Park System and ... culture writer for The Washington Post ...