Hendy Woods State Park
Less than three hours from San Francisco in the heart of the Anderson Valley wine region, Hendy Woods State Park protects two groves of towering redwoods. Some of its trees may be more than 300 feet tall and 1,000 years old. Five miles of trails, including Big Hendy Grove’s wheelchair-accessible Discovery Trail, lead through the fern-filled forest.
Rules & Regulation
Hendy Woods’ accessible features include
- The Azalea Loop: four campsites; restroom accessibility varies.
- The All-Access Trail near the day-use area, about one-half mile long.
- One-room Puma Cabin at Wildcat Campground has a ramp, with accessible restrooms nearby.
- The day-use area, opened in 2015, and its two ramadas with barbecues; bathroom building; drinking fountain and faucet; interpretive signs explaining natural, cultural, and recreational points of interest; concrete paths that connect visitor facilities; ADA-compliant parking.
More information: http://access.parks.ca.gov/parkinfo.asp?park=44&type=0.