IT’S TIME TO
CHILL OUT AND RELAX IN STYLE
Enjoy your own private saline pool with hot tub and wet bar during your stay!
BE AT PEACE
AMONG THE TREES
The Avenue of the Giants is a scenic highway in northern California, United States, running through Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It is named after the coastal redwoods that tower over the route. The road is a former alignment of U.S. Route 101, and continues to be maintained as a state highway as State Route 254 (SR 254).
Though not the oldest redwood in the forest, this large tree is at age millennium, and is currently around 250 ft (76 m) tall, though originally it was much taller. It has survived not only the ravages of time but also the 1964 flood of the area, a 1908 attempt at logging, and a direct lightning strike which removed the top 45 feet (14 m) of the tree (making its original height close to 300 ft). It is from its age and the perceived hardiness to the fates that the tree derives its name. Markers are visible on the tree, denoting the heights of where the loggers' axes and the floodwaters struck the tree.Situated in the northern half of the Avenue, The Immortal Tree is easy to find, and has a large gift shop and parking area in front of it.
Near Weott, this grove has an easy 1/2 mile self-guided walk with informational booklets available at the beginning of the trail. This well-travelled trail is a good example of old-growth redwood forest and contains a few very big trees, including the Founder's Tree (346.1. ft. tall) and the Dyerville Giant (c. 370 ft. tall) which fell down in 1991.
DRIVE THRU TREE
Avenue of the Giants features a tree that visitors can drive through. Shrine Drive-Thru Tree is near the town of Myers Flat. The tree is privately owned; the owner charges $8 or more for a car to drive through it.
Not a traditional tree house, this is actually a house that is, albeit partially, built within a giant redwood.Visible from the road, and with tours available, the front of this house is entered through the hollow trunk of a still-living tree. The front door and windows are clearly visible to passers-by, and the rest of the house adjoins the rear of the tree in a more traditional style.
EEL RIVER & SOUTH FORK
The Eel River is the third largest river in California. It carves deep canyons down great mountains, through flat valleys, and past majestic and ancient redwood forests. The Avenue of the Giants follows the South Fork of the river, but also features the branching of the South and Main forks to its north.
MASSAGE AND MEDITATION
The Fairway Gem is perfectly organized for your ultimate relaxation. Our chlorine -free hot tub sits 6-8 people. It is located in an enclosed patio with a fire pit, 10 person table with umbrella, cafe lights for the evening and a BBQ- the perfect place to relax and celebrate. In house therapeutic massages can be arranged by highly trained professionals as well as private yoga and meditation classes poolside or in the garden!