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 »
Plan Your Visit
Plan Your Visit with These Helpful Links
How to Get to Muir Woods
On weekends and holidays only, you can ride the Muir Woods Shuttle, Marin Transit Route 66. (There are no public transportation to Muir Woods on weekdays). Click here for a link to marintransit.org for schedules and stops.
On weekdays, coming to Muir Woods on public transportation is challenging and requires hiking into the park from the nearest Marin Stagecoach bus stop. Public transportation does not come directly to Muir Woods. Read our brochure on Car-less Ways to Muir Woods.
Entrance Fee to Muir Woods
The entrance fee to Muir Woods National Monument is $7 for people 16 years and older, except on Fee Free Days when the entrance fees are waived. Parking is free. Children 15 years and younger will continue to have free admission.
Schedule of Events
Learn about upcoming special hikes, and programs please visit ourschedule of events.Muir Woods Brochures in Different Languages
Muir Woods National Monument (Official Map & Guide)
墨爾紅木公園 (Chinese Traditional Official Map & Guide)
Национальный памятник (Russian Official Map & Guide)
ミュアウッズ国定記念物は (Japanese Official Map & Guide)
El Bosque Muir (Spanish Official Map & Guide)
Das National-Denkmal Muir Woods (German Official Map & Guide)
Le Monument National, Muir Woods (French Official Map & Guide)
Il Monumento Nazionale, Muir Woods (Italian Official Map & Guide)
Did You Know?
Coastal redwood trees have indeterminate growth. The tallest recorded to date is 379.1 feet tall or 115.5 meters. This is the same height as a 37 story building.