We recently spent a weekend with Jeff and Wendy, long time friends of ours. They invited us to their mountain home near the small town of Arnold, near Angels Camp at the 5,000 foot level of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
It’s a bucolic setting with endless rivers, streams, hiking and magnificent forests and scenery.
A high point of our visit was an afternoon strolling the Calaveras Big Trees State Park, home to one of the largest stands of giant sequoia redwood trees, many dating as old as 2,000 years.
Some of these trees are over 325 feet tall and some have trunks 33 feet in diameter. The Park is popular in good weather. It’s visitor friendly, children friendly and there are ADA facilities throughout.
8 thoughts on “Travel: Calaveras Big Trees State Park, California”
Beautiful. Thank you for sharing these views.
Very peaceful and serene. Good to enjoy before the cold and snow comes.
Looks amazing…another thing to add to the bucket list! You guys still need to make a Detroit area trip one of these days!
Nice post. Well constructed with lovely photos. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful photos… and thanks for your sweet card. Miss you 💕
I’m all over these. Fantastic photos to capture. Thanks
Amazing photos; the area couldn’t be more beautiful especially with beautiful people in the pictures.
Outstanding! What more can I say than to echo all those comments above. Thank you for wonderful photography!