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state natural reserve in California

Icicle Tree, one of the park's largest redwoods

Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve is in Sonoma County, California in the USA.

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The reserve has stands of old growth redwoods, and younger redwoods as well. There are a number of hiking trails within the reserve, ranging from beginner level (paved) to more advanced.

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Flora includes big redwoods, including the 1,400 year-old Armstrong tree, trillium, and ferns. There is also abundant redwood sorrel.

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$8.00 per vehicle $7.00 per vehicle for seniors Free to pedestrians and bicyclists Bus fee for 10-24 passengers is $50.00

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