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The location is very serene and beautiful during the day but kind of spooky at night. Like one of those Hollywood scary locations. The cottages were charming and amenities adequate but you have to buy or cook your own food outside if you’re craving for...More
We stayed here for four days in January in cabin #9. It is right on the river and great to sit out on the porch. This cabin is a duplex and we heard nothing from the other side that was full our entire stay. Felton...More
We stayed in two different cabins due to a minor confusion. Both Cabin 11A and Cabin 3 were perfectly clean and spacious. If I return again, I would choose Cabin 3 because the redwoods surround the porch and it is tucked away to the corner...More
My husband and I stayed in the Tiger Lily cabin for 2 nights. A perfect retreat for a couple. It was one of the smaller cabins. It was perfect. The only issue is if you were a tall person the shower may be a little...More
Set along the San Lorenzo river next to Cowell Redwoods State Park. Cabin 11A has a spiral staircase to a small loft...great for 1-2 children and a queen bed as well as a futon. There is a full kitchen, bathroom with shower (with lovely fluffy,...More
Response from myroses2014 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you could hike from the Resort to Henry Cowell Park. Once at the Park there a # of hiking trails as well. I can only give you the directions provided which is still a nice walk. You could also explore any trail area... More
Yes you could hike from the Resort to Henry Cowell Park. Once at the Park there a # of hiking trails as well. I can only give you the directions provided which is still a nice walk. You could also explore any trail area you come across once you make the turn towards the park. I hope this helps but this is the directions for hiking to the park.
20 min (1.0 mi) via Hwy 9 and N Big Trees Park Rd
Fern River Resort
Head west on Hwy 9 toward Macarthur Rd
Turn right onto N Big Trees Park Rd
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park Ranger Office and Entrance Station, 101 North Big Trees Park Road, Felton, CA 95018