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Win a Trip to California’s Beautiful Redwood Coast

Did you hear that Lonely Planet named the coast redwood range the number one travel destination in the U.S.? If you’re eager to go, now you can enter to win a trip for two! (external link)

Save the Redwoods League, Eureka-Humboldt Visitors Bureau, and Parks Project are offering an incredible prize package. You can enter to win by simply telling us why you want to visit in just 25 words or less.

The contest ends March 27, 2018, so be sure to tell us why you would like to walk among giants along California’s beautiful redwood coast.

The Fantastic Prizes Include:

  • A five-day, four-night stay for two at the Carter House Inn, a boutique B&B in Old Town Eureka
  • $1,000 USD toward round-trip airfare to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), plus up to $800 toward flights from SFO to Arcata-Eureka Airport and five-day car rental
  • Activities during your stay include a Naturalist Tour Package of Redwood National and State Parks, featuring Fern Canyon, Elk Viewing and Secret Tall Trees Trek; kayak tour of Stone Lagoon; and an oyster harvest tour in Humboldt Bay
  • Dinner for two at the Lost Coast Brewery & Cafe
  • A ‘Golden Poppy’ annual pass to California’s state parks from Save the Redwoods League
  • Two gift bundles from Parks Projects to include Save the Redwoods League t-shirts, stickers and more
  • A complimentary copy of Lonely Planet’s Northern California travel guide

California’s redwood coast is calling, and now you have one more reason to go! Need help planning your trip? Visit Explore Redwoods.org.

Good luck and see you in the redwoods!


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Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.



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