The Prehistortic Park has many tall Rewood trees and with the weather in the Northwest, the park is thick with luscious and green shrubs, vines, grasess and...four leaf clover!
It was great to see this over at the park!
We were on our way to San Diego via Highway 101 when we saw a Dinosaur on the street. So,we decided to stop and check this out. We had been here before but our 9 year old daughter has not seen the park yet.
The entrance fee was affordable. There is also a store inside where you can buy stones, miniature dinosaurs, key chains, etc.
The location is outstanding and during Fall whale migration you can clearly view the whales spouting away ...
The lighthouse is only open on a seasonal basis and the volunteers make everything possible are highly motivated and will give you the best possible lighthouse experience!
Your tour will bring you (very) 'up close and personal' to the lighthouse' beautiful crystal lens.
Cape Blanco lighthouse is the westernmost point in the 48 contiguous states. Lighthouse is in great shape and has survived frequent winds of 100+ MPH. Also stop by the Hughes House on the way out to the lighthouse.
There is so much rain in the Northwest that the trees at the Prehistoric Garden were filled with moss!