Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway is CLOSED due to hazardous road conditions.
Inclement weather often creates unsafe road conditions. Currently, there is a "glaze" of transparent ice on sections of the road. The Parkway will reopen as soon as State law enforcement officers deem it safe to travel upon.
Most campgrounds remain OPEN. Sites are available on first-come, first-served basis.
Jed Smith, Elk Prairie, Gold Bluffs Beach campgrounds are OPEN. All sites are available on first-come, first-served basis. Mill Creek Campground is CLOSED and will reopen May 16, 2014. More »
Gravel Access Road CLOSED.
Gravel access road to the Tall Trees trailhead is closed until further notice. Tall Trees Trail and Grove are still open. The easiest way to access this area is by hiking the Redwood Creek Trail, which is 8 miles one way.
More Than Tall Trees
Most people know Redwood as home to the tallest trees on Earth. But the parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of pristine coastline, all supporting a rich mosaic of wildlife diversity and cultural traditions. Together, the National Park Service and California State Parks manage these lands for the inspiration, enjoyment, and education of all people.
Visitor Centers: A Great Start!
Five visitor centers provide orientation, information, and trip-planning advice. Park rangers are on duty! Bookstores offer books, maps, and more!Read More
Official Visitor Guide
Extra, extra! Read all about Redwood! Packed with the latest news and trip-planning advice, your adventure begins with the parks' official newspaper.Read More
Join the Redwood Social Network
Keep up with the latest happenings in Redwood National and State Parks by joining the Redwood social network.Read More
Redwood Ranger Minute
Got a minute? In this series of short videos, get the inside scoop on the parks from the rangers who live and work here. Also available on YouTube!Read More
Camping in the Parks
From individuals to families, backpackers to RVers, Redwood’s campgrounds and backcountry camps attract campers from around the world. So plan ahead!Read More
Did You Know?
Redwood National and State Parks protects 37 miles of rugged California coastline. Off-shore seastacks provide nesting for about 40 percent of California's seabirds. Drive to the Klamath River Overlook on Requa Road to view where this wild and scenic river meets the sea.