Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is a California State Park, located in Humboldt County, California, near the town of Orick and 50 miles north of Eureka. The 14,000 acre park is a coastal sanctuary for old-growth Coast Redwood trees.
The park is jointly managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation and the National Park Service as a part of the Redwood National and State Parks. These parks (which includes Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, and Redwood National Park) have been collectively designated as a World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve.
The meadow along the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, with its population of Roosevelt elk, is considered a centerpiece of the park, located near the information center and campground. Other popular sites in the park are Fern Canyon and Gold Bluffs Beach. The park is also home to the tailed frog and several species of salmon.
In "High Adventure 2014", the Young Men hike through Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park to Fern Canyon. They explore Fern Canyon and eat lunch at nearby Gold Bluffs Beach. After hanging out at the beach, they hike back to the trailhead. Before heading out, they check out the Big Tree.