Named after the explorer, Jedediah Smith State Park includes 10,000 acres of predominately old growth coastal Redwoods. The Smith River also flows throw the Park which is a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. The Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, conifers, shrubs, bushes, ferns and mosses. The Smith River and Mill Creek are known for king Salmon and Steelhead trout runs in the fall and winter. In addition, the Park has a visitor center, campground and many hiking and nature trails to explore.
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