Big Basin Redwoods State Park is the oldest park in California. It is home to the largest continuous stand of ancient coast redwood trees, some predating the Roman Empire. The park's iconic old growth redwood trees that tower hundreds of feet above the forest floor have witnessed centuries of transformation including significant fires and weather events. In the fall of 2020, wildfires raged across California. The CZU Lightning Complex Fire significantly impacted the park, including the historic headquarters as well as many iconic old growth trees. In the spring of 2021, CyArk digitally documented the impact of the fire on the iconic trees and the headquarters area. Explore the stories to learn about the fire and experience the resilience of the trees.