Marijuana Near Redwood National Forest And Park
Near Redwood National Forest
Sitting on the coast of Northern California and comprising over four state parks, The RNSP is a beautiful testament to the great redwood trees and coastal habitats of the great northwest. Established in 1968, the park sees over 500,000 visitors each year, each hoping to lose themselves in the foggy forest. With over 112,000-acres for hiking, camping, conservation and education, the park is a must visit for those looking to get away from the city. Home to some of the tallest trees on earth, The RNSP was even used in the filing of Star Wars, Specifically the planet of Endor. For more information on the park and what to do when you visit, click here.
Cannabis Policy & Facts
Cannabis Consumption is illegal and forbidden within the boundaries of the park. You are free to do as you please, but there is a chance you will be arrested. The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) was passed on the eighth of November, so maybe things will change, but National Parks typically play by their own rules, so tread lightly. For a full directory of cannabis shops in California, click here.
Served “lumber camp” style, The Samoa Cookhouse is a family style eatery cooked to share. For something a bit more traditional and rough around the edges, we highly recommend stopping in and eating.
With numerous brew houses in the vicinity of the forest, you will never go thirsty. For a list of breweries and their eateries in the area, click above!