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About the Muir Woods National Park Monument
The Muir Woods National Monument covers 554 acres in northern California. Situated 12 miles north of San Fransisco, the Muir Woods monument was founded in 1908 after the owner of the land, a U.S. Congressman named William Kent, donated the land to the federal government. Although President Theodore Roosevelt suggested that the park be named after Kent, Kent believed that a more appropriate person was naturalist John Muir. The National Park Service was partially created by John Muir's environmental campaigns, and Congressman Kent believed that naming the monument after him would be an appropriate way to honor John Muir's commitment to keeping some of the wild lands pristine.