About Roaring Camp
In 1958, F. Norman Clark created Roaring Camp for only $25 in his pocket. His dream is to repair two rail lines that pass through historic trees and preserve a golden past in California. On the train in Roaring Camp in Santa Cruz County, they took people to experience California's redwoods. There, they also took people to and from the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Keep people away from the hustle and bustle of the city, be closer to nature, and feel the tranquility and indifference in your heart. In December 1985, Norman Clark died of pneumonia by selflessly serving the Santa Cruz, Big Trees & Pacific Railway.