Redwood National Park is a United States National Park that was established on October 2, 1968. The park spans 104,051 acres and includes 40 miles of coastline. It was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on September 8, 1980. The park is home to coast redwoods, which are the tallest trees in the world. Visitors can explore more than 200 miles of hiking trails or enjoy one of the many activities available in the park such as camping, fishing, and bird watching. Redwood National Park is definitely worth a visit for anyone looking to experience some of America's natural beauty.