The Dipsea Footbridge is Out!
The Dipsea Footbridge is out until further notice. Take the Deer Park Fire Road to connect with the Dipsea Trail at Muir Woods. See map of Muir Woods and Vicinity. Taking the extra steps protects you and endangered coho salmon. Do not cross Redwood Creek. More »
Muir Beach is OPEN
Muir Beach is open to the public every day, including holidays at 9 AM and closes one hour after sunset. More »
Driving to Muir Woods?
From San Francisco
From the East Bay
Vehicles over 35 feet long are prohibited. There are no RV parking facilities. RVs must park on the street.
For an interactive map, please visit maps.google.com/maps and type in Muir Woods National Monument.
NPS photo by Ranger Lou Salas Sian
On weekends and holidays only, the Muir Woods Shuttle picks up passengers near Highway 101 where parking is more available and drops them off within steps to the Muir Woods entrance. The Muir Woods Shuttle operates from March 29, 2014 to October 26, 2014.Click here for details about schedules and Muir Woods Shuttle stops.
Did You Know?
Although once found across the northern hemisphere, Coastal Redwoods only exist along a narrow 500 mile coastal strip in northern California and southern Oregon.