Redwood National Park - Lady Bird Johnson Grove
Elevation change: 100 feet
Length: 1.4 miles
The Lady Bird Johnson Grove is at the top of a ridge in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
, more than 1,000 feet from sea level. Lady Bird Johnson Grove sits on top of the western section of Bald Hills Ridge and its major tourist attractions are the ancient redwoods and Douglas fir huge trees which lies along the trail.
Lady Bird Johnson Grove's high, wind-whipped slopes and ridges along with varied species of trees and shrubs provide easy access to moderate walks into the woods. along the trails, one will find colorful rhododendrons blossom from May to mid June and a great variety of ferns grow in shady, moist places on the Forest
This is a lovely grove providing scenic and gentle hike among the tall trees with a gradual walking trail, that is even possible with arthritic knees. Lady Bird Johnson Grove trails offer opportunities for easy viewing of giant trees that are in the upper reaches of Redwood Creek
The grove's loop path is situated in a flat area near the end of a ridge at elevation 1,200 feet. The awe-inspiring path winds through a fine collection of old growth redwoods, which adds to the atmospheric scenery.
Named after the wife of the 36th president, the ceremony marking the creation of the national park of the Lady Bird Johnson Grove, was held on 27th August 1969.