FAQs

We love to answer questions and we love to help visitors maximize their Trees of Mystery experience.

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Contact us for more information if you don’t see the answer to your question. 

How much is admission?

Your ticket is for the entire day and includes The Trail of Tall Tales, Kingdom of Trees, Wilderness Trail, SkyTrail, Redwood Canopy Trail and the End of the Trail Museum. See pricing here.

Is parking free?

YES! Trees of Mystery guests have FREE parking right in front of our entrance near Paul Bunyan and Babe. Across the street next to the Forest Cafe is also additional parking and RV’s are welcome.

Is there RV parking?

YES, for all our RV travelers we have FREE RV parking right across the street from our entrance next to the Forest Cafe. It’s an easy access from Hwy 101. No overnight parking but spend the day with us.

Are pets allowed?

Yes, we are pet friendly in all areas except on The Redwood Canopy Trail. When you bring your furry friend don’t forget your leash and enjoy taking your pet along the trails and for a ride on SkyTrail.

Are there special events that are held?

Host Your Event at Trees of Mystery!

In the Very Midst of the Tall Trees Could Be a Magical Setting for Your Private Event.

Many find our part of the forest to be the perfect setting for their celebration, wedding, or other special event. If you have an event planned and think that you might be interested in having it at The Trees of Mystery, feel free to contact us:

For regular written inquiries, our address is:
Trees of Mystery
PO Box 96
Klamath, CA 95548

To call, you can phone us at: 1-800-638-3389 or 1-707-482-2251
For a complimentary information package click here.

Where are you located?

Whether You Are Coming From North, South, or East, We Are Not Hard to Find.

We are 36 miles south of the Oregon border and 360 miles north of San Francisco on US Highway 101. From Grants Pass, Oregon and Interstate 5 it is 126 miles to Klamath, California via Highway 199. We are located right on the highway (101) and the statues of Paul and Babe make us impossible to miss. Our address is: 15500 US Hwy 101 Klamath, CA 95548. Our phone # is: 1-800-638-3389

Is there a map of Trees of Mystery?

Yes, we have a map that you can download and print. You can also see it while you are at Trees of Mystery. It’s in our brochure and on our website.

To download the map click here and to see it on our website click here.

Do I need to make any reservations for SkyTrail of the Redwood Canopy Trail?

Reservations are not required. Certain days can end up being busier than other days. If you have any concerns you can call: 1-707-482-2251

What should I wear visiting Trees of Mystery

Comfortable clothes and shoes so you enjoy visit. Layers are always recommended because we are located on the coast near the ocean.

Are you wheel chair accessible?

No we are sorry that up in our trails we are not Wheel Chair accessible. We do offer a shuttle to SkyTrail for those that cannot easily walk the trail.

Are there job opportunities at Trees of Mystery?

We are always looking for seasonal help at Trees of Mystery, The Forest Cafe and Motel Trees. For more information email or call 1-707-482-2251

Is there a restaurant?

Yes, the Forest Cafe is open during the busy season. We have a fun atmosphere and great food! Check it out here.

Is there a motel close to Trees of Mystery?

Yes, across the street from the Entrance of Trees of Mystery is the Motel Trees.

We have 23 rooms adjacent to the Forest Cafe and directly across from the Trees of Mystery and the End of the Trail Native American Museum. Located on Highway 101, The Motel Trees is your best base-camp for exploring the wonderful and naturally exciting North Coast Redwoods area. There are many things to explore among the redwoods of the region. There is even an easy half-mile trail to “Hidden Beach” next to the northern edge of our parking lot for fishing, beach-combing, and picnicking.

Is there a gift shop?

Yes, as you end your experience you will exit through the trail into the Gift Shop where you can visit The End of The Trail Museum. We also have homemade fudge to try and take home. Our ice cream gets great smiles! Our gift shop has clothes and memorable souvenir items and the famous Paul and Babe salt and pepper shakers as well as stuffed animals.