Location Highlight 
July 2018
Trees of Mystery, Del Norte County
  • Permit:                easy                       
  • Parking:    available on-site  and nearby  (including for  working trucks and  trailers)                     
  • Catering:  available nearby in Crescent City     (16 mls)                  
  • Accommodations:  available nearby in Klamath (5.6 mls) or Crescent City   (16 mls)                   
  • Nearest Resources:       available nearby in Klamath (5.6 mls) or Crescent City   (16 mls)                               
  • Nearest HWY:         Located on Hwy 101 

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Cassandra Hesseltine
Humboldt-Del Norte 
Film Commissioner
President, FLICS 
The Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission is here to help with your production needs  and our services are provided free of charge. 

The Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission is recognized by the County of Humboldt, County of Del Norte, and the California Film Commission  as the official advocate for filming in Humboldt and Del Norte, California. We are also a member of the organization FLICS (Film Liaisons in California Statewide). The Film Commissioner, Cassandra Hesseltine, is currently serving her second term as the President of FLICS. 

Cassandra Hesseltine became the region's Film Commissioner in fall of 2010.  Prior to taking on the role of Film Commissioner, Cassandra worked in film and theater.  

Trees of Mystery is a 70 year old tourist attraction,near the coastal town of Klamath in Del Norte County. This kitschy roadside attraction has so much to offer a production. From the giant sculptures of Paul Bunyan and Babe, his blue ox, its many trails featuring numerous giant redwoods and a number of unusual tree formationsthe world's largest redwood chainsaw carvings, a Native American museum, the Sky Trail gondola ride (which takes to the top of a neighboring ridge), to the Forest Cafe and the Trees Motel just across Highway 101, Trees of Mystery may just be what you need for your project. 
50' Paul Bunyan and 35' Babe the Blue Ox wooden sculptures
Cathedral Tree on Redwood Trail
Cathedral Tree on Redwood Trail
World's largest chainsaw-carved Redwood sculptures
Redwood Trail
Sky Trail gondolas
Native American museum
Forest Cafe just across Highway 101
Interior of the Forest Cafe
Motel Trees next to the Forest Cafe
Layout of the three properties with Highway 101
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Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission | 707-443-4488
520 E Street, Eureka, CA 95501