Castle Rock State Park is known for it’s stunning rock formations that lie within its mixed evergreen forest of black oaks, knob-cone pines, and coast redwoods. The park features more than 35 miles of rugged trails conveniently connect to an extensive trail system that links to nearby Big Basin Redwoods State Park and open space preserves on the Skyline to the Sea Trail.
On this 7-mile loop hike we will explore a variety of plant life including redwoods and also some interesting sandstone formations. There are also sweeping views of the forest, mountains, and coast. Be on the lookout for alien-like sandstone rock formations unlike anything else in the Bay Area. You may also encounter black-tailed deer, red-tailed hawks, and Steller's jays.
The tranquility found at Castle Rock Falls is just one of the many treasures found at Castle Rock State Park. During the hike, we will take a break, relax and enjoy a tasty picnic before heading back down. The best places to be right now is outside. The weather is beautiful and there is plenty of space to spread out and enjoy nature!
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11:00 AM: Meet at Castle Rock State Park for intros
11:10 AM: Start Hiking
12:30 PM: Enjoy a tasty Lunch
3:00 PM: Wrap up
What to Bring
Plenty of water
Image Credit: Dongoh Park via AllTrails
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