Bruno Groth Grove
The Bruno Groth Redwood Grove is a beautiful 1.5 acre redwood forest property owned by the Land Trust, located along Scenic Drive just south of Trinidad. This redwood grove property was donated by local resident and Land Trust founder Dr. Herman Iverson, in memory of his friend, neighbor and famous artist Mr. Bruno Groth. The property is currently without a formal trail (no signage) and is bordered by two small but steep tributary creeks of Parker Creek. This property is adjacent to the City of Trinidad’s 12-acre forest and beach bluff property, locally known as the Tsurai Study Area. The Land Trust hopes to work on a cooperative connecting trail project, with the Trinidad City Council and local Native American representatives, to link our forest with a trail to the city’s existing Parker Creek trail which leads to one of Trinidad’s most beautiful beaches, Old Home Beach. Presently, Land Trust volunteers work on the property to remove invasive plants like English ivy and clean up trash after others left in the forest and along Scenic Drive.