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In the quaint sleepy little Northern California fishing village of Trinidad lies a very rare opportunity to own a redwood forest. Rich in native culture, fishing, logging and mariner history, Trinidad is one of the smallest incorporated cities in California, dating back to 1870. The local Native American Tribe adds a colorful heritage to the land; thriving for thousands of years in a mild climate and surviving off of the bounty from the sea, native vegetation and extensive wildlife. There are 10 public beaches making it a Mecca for beach lovers and surfers alike. The property has mature redwoods and lush undergrowth and was previously a well-documented interpretive center for redwood forests. The large, paved parking lot and circle driveway is the starting point for the extensive trails.
The property experience is more of a park than a forest. Imagine selectively cutting the redwood and then building a nice retreat or dream home among the redwoods. If you like nature's air conditioning of the coastal climate, low fire danger and magnificent redwoods, THIS could be your dream property.
Redwood timber if you choose to harvest some, development & conservation all in a pristine package. If you haven't been to this hidden gem of the north coast, it's time you paid a visit.