The Fall Creek area of Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is over 2,300 acres. Limestone kilns once dominated this area of the park and remnants of the kilns are still visible along the South Fork trail. The park's groves of first and second growth redwoods are worth experiencing. The park offers camping and some limited catch-and-release steelhead fishing. Great spot for bird watchers and naturalists of all ages. Take some time to soften your breath in this tranquil spot.