Redwood Adventures Announces All Six 1200-sq. ft. 3-Bedroom/1.5 Bath Luxury Rental Cabins Now Available for Redwood National and State Park Visitors

June 23, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
ORICK, Calif. - June 23, 2007 - Redwood Adventures, a business unit of Redwood Parks Lodge Company located in the heart of Redwood National and State Parks, today announced that all six of the company's luxury cabins are complete and ready for rental use. Each of the six cabins in the Redwood Adventures Vacation Village has been decorated to reflect the habitat and history of the Redwood forest.

"Beyond improvements to the cabin structures themselves, we focused much of our efforts on each of the cabin's interior themes," said John ("Johnny Redwood") Russavage, chairman and chief executive officer of Redwood Adventures. "We specifically chose themes that let us show off many of the animals and historical events that are unique to the Pacific North- West. Whether the cabin's theme is expressed through pictures, wood carvings or an original logger's saw blade, we hope the décor will help guests better appreciate and enjoy their stay."

The Redwood Adventures Vacation Village includes the following themed rooms:
· The Redwood Creek Cabin,
· The Roosevelt Elk Cabin,
· The Golden Bear's Den,
· The Bald Eagle Loft,
· The Gold Rush Cabin, and
· The Johnny Redwood Cabin.

Nightly rates for the cabins begin at $200 per night which can be applied to any stay throughout 2007 in any of the six cabins (based upon availability).

Cabin Details at Redwood Adventures Vacation Village

The cabins at Redwood Adventures Vacation Village are built on seven acres at the southern end of a 40-acre parcel of land north of Orick, California that was originally a sawmill. The gateway to Redwood National and State Park, the Redwood Adventures Vacation Village borders
· Elk Meadow within Redwood National State Park on the south,
· Prairie Creek on the west,
· California State Highway 101 on the east, and
· A soon-to-be developed 33-acre parcel of Redwood Adventures land on the north,
which will eventually be home to a large luxury lodge and adventure center.

The six 1,200-square foot cabins within the Vacation Village were originally built to house sawmill workers. Each completed cabin has been extensively remodeled and now features
· Three bedrooms,
o Two with queen size beds, and
o One with two twin beds;
· Full bath (with two sinks);
· Half-bath (including a stacked washing machine and dryer);
· Kitchen stocked with cooking and eating utensils, as well as
o A full-size refrigerator,
o Four-burner stove/oven,
o Microwave oven,
o Coffee maker,
o Automatic dishwasher,
o Single-basin sink with disposal,
o Three barstools at kitchen counter, and
o A kitchen table with seating for six;
· A front room with
o A 24-inch television with 100-plus-channel satellite TV connection and
o Seven-foot couch with queen sized pull- out bed,
o Two lounge chairs; and
· On- or off-street parking, including an attached 12- x 20-foot one-car garage
(which is also perfect for storing motorcycles, bicycles, kayaks, etc.).

A photo gallery of the cabins at Redwood Adventures Vacation Village, including interior and exterior photos, can be found online at dventuresVacationVillage.

For reservations, interested vacationers, outdoor lovers or travelers please go to or call 866-733-9637.

About Redwood Adventures
Redwood Adventures is a business unit of Redwood Parks Lodge Company. Situated on a 40-acre parcel of land in northern Orick, California, Redwood Adventures borders the Redwood National & State Parks system. With the development of seven acres as Redwood Adventures Vacation Village and the remodeling of six existing structures into luxurious, 1,200-square foot vacation cabins featuring three bedrooms, 1.5 baths, full kitchen and an attached garage, Phase I of Redwood Adventures is nearly complete. Future plans call for the development of Redwood Adventures Campground, Redwood Adventures Center and the Redwood National Parks Lodge, which will be the only commercial lodge adjacent to the Redwood National and State Park. For more information, please visit