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Reached by an out-and-back trail that stretches 1. The spacious grove lies slightly off the beaten path, ensuring a sense of quiet. Much of the trail has suffered recent fire and flood damage and remains in a rehabilitative state. In , a local bank promotion gave away redwood seedlings to customers, with the remainder being given to the county. Several years later, rangers planted these trees as part of the park's grand opening. Today, coast redwood trees stand in a shady corner of the park, forming a grove that is ificantly more shady and cool than the surrounding dry hillside.
The adjacent Carbon Canyon Dam towers above the basin, its construction having led to the dissolution of the past village of Olinda. Park hours are generally 7 a. Trails from the center of Carbon Canyon Regional Park and the surrounding neighborhood also exist, which can trim some distance from the hike. Bikes, equestrians and dogs on leash are permitted. Rattlesnakes and mountain lions have been spotted in the area before.
Top Picks Road Trips Itineraries. In. Plan In onX Backcountry. View 11 Photos. Please respect the outdoors by practicing Leave No Trace. Learn more about how to apply the principles of Leave No Trace on your next outdoor adventure here. Preferable season s Spring. Congestion Low. Parking Pass Park entrance fee. Open Year-round Yes.
Pros Only successful non-native redwood grove in Southern California. Cons Trail isn't especially scenic. Trailhead Elevation Highest point Features Near lake or river. Typically multi-day No. Suitable for Biking. Permit required No. Get Driving Directions. Nearby Adventures. Chino Hills State Park Loop. La Vida Trail. View More. Rolling M Ranch Campground.
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