All Trails at Muir Woods are Open. Middle Green Gulch Trail at Muir Beach access limited.
Middle Green Gulch trail is accessible at all times from the farm, starting at the office end of the farm. Access to Middle Green Gulch is closed from the Kaasai direction during the week. All trails open after 4:30 M -- F, and all day Saturday/Sunday. More »
7 Ranger's Tips on How to Experience Muir Woods Safely This Summer or How to Find Parking
Summer is the busiest for Muir Woods. Parking is limited. Often visitors find shoulder parking and walk on the narrow road to the Visitor Center. Read the ranger's tips on the Best Times to Visit Muir Woods. On weekends & holidays, take Muir Woods Shuttle More »
Ride the Muir Woods Shuttle. Summer is the busiest time for Muir Woods. Parking limited.
Muir Woods is experiencing high numbers of visitors. Summer traffic and unsafe parking behaviors are adding stress to visitors and residents. Expect delays on Hwy 1 as people drive to and from Muir Woods and local beaches. Read 7 Ranger's Tips on Parking. More »
Support Your Park
There are many ways in which you can support Muir Woods National Monument. You can become a volunteer for Muir Woods National Monument or Redwood Creek Native Plant Nursery; visit our bookstore, gift shop and café; learn more about the Leave No Trace practices for your visit here or at other parks; or simply come and enjoy the magnificent old-growth redwood forest and walk beneath the coast redwood trees.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization created to:
The Conservancy's work is undertaken with generous contributions from individual, corporate and foundation donors, as well as income earned from operating park bookstores, merchandise and retail, publishing educational materials and providing interpretive tours.
If you would prefer to donation your time and expertise rather than funding. Please click below to learn more about the NPS Volunteer Program.
Did You Know?
Fires over the centuries can hollow out a redwood, burning out a cave in the trunk of the living tree. Though the fire caves on some of the redwoods look fresh, the last forest fire that occurred in Muir Woods was about 160 years ago.