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Redwood National and State Parks

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    115635.95 acres

Contact Information

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Description

Most people know Redwood as home to the tallest trees on Earth. But the Parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild rivers, and 40 miles of rugged coastline. People have lived in this verdant landscape since time immemorial. Together, the National Park Service and California State Parks are managing and restoring these lands for the inspiration, enjoyment, and education of all.

Allowed Activities
Biking
Boating
Horseback Riding
Fishing
Atv Riding
Camping
Hiking
Wildlife Watching
Good For
Wheelchairs
Visually Impaired
Hearing Impaired

Additional Information

Redwood National Park and State Parks Entrance Fee

Entrance fee is $0.00.

There are no entrance fees to drive the scenic roads or highways in our three state parks and national park.

Directions

Redwood National and State Parks is located in northernmost coastal California - almost on the Oregon border. The parks are about 60-miles long, with four visitor centers from north to south. We are a six to seven-hour drive (325 miles) north of San Francisco, a six-hour drive (330 miles) south of Portland, OR and a four-hour drive (170 miles) west of Redding, CA.

Weather

Visitors should be prepared for cooler and damp weather. Dress in layers and expect to get wet. Year-round temperatures along California's redwood coast: mid-40s°F (7°C) to mid-60s°F (18°C). Summer can be foggy, with highs occasionally reaching low 70s°F (20°C). Winters are cooler with considerable rain. October through April averages 60-80 inches of rain over the region.