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Easter Lily Farms
On either side of the border between Oregon and California, and within view of the Pacific Ocean, there is a soil and climate that is
ideal to the raising of Easter Lily bulbs. This is the same bulb that is later greenhouse grown to produce such magnificent flowers for our cherished Easter holiday.
Smith River California has the title of Easter Lily Capital of the World.
More Redwood Coast Agriculture
Alexandre Family EcoDairy - producing organic milk
Family Night Adventure
Edifying Faith and Character in the Home
Increase happiness and unity in the home as well as personal satisfaction. Family night will help make
communication happen and open the doors to let you discover each other's hidden talents and ambitions and
prepare for an exciting future.
Crescent City Harbor *
Klamath California *
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Six Rivers Forest *
Smith River California
Redwood National Park
The Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) features an impressive diversity of nature.
Considered as one of the most unique ecosystems on our planet where there is a serene balance
between ancient coast redwood groves, gray whales, black bears, banana slugs and much more.
Includes Del Norte, Jedediah Smith and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks.
Visit the world famous Redwood groves containing the largest redwoods.
Since the early 1930's, Klamath has been the secret vacation retreat for outdoor adventurers.
Find over 1200 RV and camping sites, one of the states largest river, Redwood National
and State parks and miles of uncrowded beaches.
Six Rivers National Forest - Crescent City
Six Rivers National Forest lies east of Redwood State and National Parks
in northwestern California, and stretches southward from the Oregon border for about 140 miles.
It encompasses 957,590 National Forest acres and 133,410 acres of other ownership.
Tour Klamath National Forest
1,700,000-acres federal forest reserve in Siskiyou County (CA) and Jackson County (OR).
In the lower elevations, you'll find park-like stands of Ponderosa Pine trees, while in the
higher elevations, the Douglas fir, sub-alpine fir and mixed conifer stands beg to be explored.
With mountain rivers meandering from one end of the Forest to the other, recreationists have found a
playground that can meet the desires of all. This beautiful Forest is a haven for campers,
hikers, wildlife watchers, hunters, fishermen, mountains bikers, white water enthusiasts and naturalists.