Secluded Log Cabin Rentals near Mendocino National Forest

The best Sequoia National Park campgrounds await you here

When you enter the Mendocino National Forest, it feels like you have passed through a time warp. California’s only national park without a paved road, the park preserves 913,000 acres, including four wilderness areas. Nature lovers will delight in the many rivers and lakes scattered throughout the park, including the Eel River and Lake Pillsbury, as well as trailheads and campgrounds galore. The dense forest canopy is made up of the leaves of Coast Douglas-fir, Ponderosa Pine, White Fir, and Tanoak, among other varieties of trees, some of them as old as 2,000 years. Old growth forests are punctuated by plains in which herds of tule elk graze without a care on wild clovers and grasses. That attitude is catching for visitors wanting to get away from it all. Keep it simple and book a log cabin in peaceful Northern California on the best Sequoia National Park campgrounds today.


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