Welcome to the Empire of the Redwoods
May 7th, 2019
Travel season is upon us and many vacationers travel the I-5 every season. We highly recommending taking a little side trip adventure and cruise down the Redwood Highway and really make memories!
“U.S. Route 199 is a U.S. highway in the U.S. states of California and Oregon. The highway was established in 1926 as a spur of U.S. Route 99, which has since been replaced by Interstate 5. US 199 stretches 80 miles from U.S. Route 101 near Crescent City, California northeast to Interstate 5 in Grants Pass, Oregon.” (Wikipedia)
Your trip will take you through Cave Junction, the gateway to a stunning marble cave at Oregon Caves National Monument. If caves are not your thing, you can stop at one of the many wineries in the area, or play a round of Golf at the Illinois Valley Golf Course.
Highway 199 is one of the most scenic rural byways, traveling through the Siskiyou range and will offer you plenty of opportunities for sightseeing and relaxing.