In Korbel, on Maple Creek Road. It's about a mile up a very windy, very thin road that logging trucks use; be careful on this road. Some places on this road aren't wide enough for two cars to pass each other.
Tribes of Native Americans that once lived along this region peppered the bark of this redwood tree with arrows. The tree is believed to have been a symbol of peace or a boundary between the neighboring camps.
Indian Arrow Tree.
Site of treaty between Coast and Mountain Indian Tribes.
Historic Landmark No. 164 High noon Lioness Club 1938