Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve

Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve


Location:20 miles north of Jenner, near milepost 43 on Highway 1.
Facilities:Hiking, nature, and horseback trails (5 miles).
Activities:Hiking, horseback riding.
Special Features:Reserve features acres of wild rhododendrons, which bloom from April through June, as well as second-growth redwood, Douglas fir, and tan oak. In addition to the rhododendrons, other understory plants include ferns, salals, pacific wax myrtle, and California huckleberry. The rhododendrons grew here after a forest was destroyed by a severe forest fire.
Address:c/o North Bay District Office
PO Box 123
Duncan Mills, CA 95430

Phone:707-847-2391
Web: www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=448
Size: 317 acres.

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