Red Wood National Park<br />By: Allison Goldstein<br />Photos from Google<br />
Introduction <br /> Did you ever see a tree 2,000 years old?<br /> Or how about a hole in a tree and you can drive your ca...
Location <br />If you ever visit Red Wood here are some things you really should know.<br />Red Wood is in California and ...
Things to do<br />Do you like camping or hiking, or how about nature and tide pool walks?<br />Red Wood national park has ...
Environment<br />Just so you now if you ever go to Red Wood the climate Is 40 to 60 degrees. <br />Remember your rain gea...
Fun Facts<br />Did you know that the Red wood tree trunks are the thickest in the world?<br />Or how about the trees some ...
Come to Red Wood National Park<br />If you think all that was cool you should come down to Red Wood National Park in Calif...
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National Park Research

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Red Wood National Park<br />By: Allison Goldstein<br />Photos from Google<br />
  • 2. Introduction <br /> Did you ever see a tree 2,000 years old?<br /> Or how about a hole in a tree and you can drive your car in it and out the other end?<br />If you think that is cool Red Wood national park is for you!! <br />
  • 3. Location <br />If you ever visit Red Wood here are some things you really should know.<br />Red Wood is in California and the northern part of California just so you know. <br />And the western part of the U.S.A. <br />[ Also located right below the Oregon Border]<br />
  • 4. Things to do<br />Do you like camping or hiking, or how about nature and tide pool walks?<br />Red Wood national park has it all!<br />Also at Red Wood you can go biking an easy course for 10 miles or a hard course for 28 miles.<br />AND AT RED WOOD YOU CAN SEE THE TALLEST RED WOOD TREE.<br />TALLEST RED WOOD TREE<br />
  • 5. Environment<br />Just so you now if you ever go to Red Wood the climate Is 40 to 60 degrees. <br />Remember your rain gear for the wet drippy rain forest.<br />And wear lots of layers the forest can get chilly but most of the time it is 40 to 60 degrees. <br />
  • 6. Fun Facts<br />Did you know that the Red wood tree trunks are the thickest in the world?<br />Or how about the trees some of them are the biggest in the world!<br />And some trees in Red Wood live up to 2,000 years old !<br />And there is a tree and it has a big hole and you can drive your car in it and out the other end!<br />
  • 7. Come to Red Wood National Park<br />If you think all that was cool you should come down to Red Wood National Park in California <br />It is great there!!!!<br />

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