Lady Bird Johnson Grove   9 comments

This short loop hike is a signature trail in the Redwood National Park. Do not miss this!

The Grove was dedicated to Lady Bird Johnson on August 27, 1969, by President Richard Nixon. The plaque unveiled at the event says:

In recognition of her devoted service

to the cause of preserving and enhancing

America’s natural beauty for the enjoyment

of all the people.

 

 

9 responses to “Lady Bird Johnson Grove

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  1. We did this loop a couple years ago. It was the my first ever trip to the Redwoods. Pictures just can’t quite capture them, can they? Though yours are beautiful. Makes me want to go back.

    • I was just there and I want to go back! We have a lot more exploring to do in this National Park before I will feel like I have seen it. This is a highlight, though, without question.

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