Hendy Woods State Park


18599 Philo Greenwood Road, Philo, CA, 95466

Hendy Woods State Park is a state park is located in the Anderson Valley along the Navarro River. It is known for its old-growth coast redwoods, and offers camping facilities as well as day use permits. The park is named after Joshua Hendy, who owned the land and stipulated that it be protected; it passed through several owners after Hendy without being logged, before becoming part of the California State Park system in 1958. The park’s facilities include several miles of hiking trails, including a wheelchair-accessible trail through the redwoods. There are 25 picnic sites along the Navarro river banks, two campgrounds between the two redwood groves totaling 92 campsites, and four cabins.

Hendy Woods State Park

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