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Azalea State Reserve is a 30 acre (120,000 m²) reserve for western azalea (Rhododendron occidentale) located in Humboldt County, California. Each spring, a profusion of pink and white blossoms scents the air. The reserve offers a short self-guided nature trail with emphasis on other plants of the north coast area. There is a picnic area available. The azaleas bloom in April and May.

Other adjacent visitor attractions include Trinidad State Beach, Patrick’s Point S.P., and Ft. Humboldt S.H.P.

40°55′06″N 124°04′48″W / 40.91839°N 124.08003°W / 40.91839; -124.08003

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