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    Redwood

    National and State Parks California

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  • High Wind Advisory in Effect

    The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook and Wind Advisory for the Redwood Coast. Expect heavy rain and strong gusty winds (incl gusts up to 65 mph) into Saturday. Please travel w caution and avoid forests in high winds. More »

  • Mill Creek Campground Closes for the Season on October 24.

    The Mill Creek Campground in Del Norte Coast Redwood State Park will close for the season at 12 pm noon on Friday, October 24. Thanks for camping and we'll see you next summer! More »

  • Davison Road Closed at Gold Bluffs Beach Campground

    Due to heavy rain, Davison Road is closed at Gold Bluffs Beach Campground. Vehicles will be unable to access the Fern Canyon Trailhead (~ 1.25 miles beyond closure at campground).

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At Redwood National and State Parks, National Park Service (federal) staff, California State Parks (state) staff, volunteers, and others work side-by-side to care for one of the most important natural and cultural landscapes in the world. Our workforce consists of a variety of professional, administrative, technical, clerical, and trade employees.

For more information about working for either agency, as well a list of current job vacancy announcements in Redwood National and State Parks, select from the following links:

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National Park Service and California State Parks staff with visitors at Crescent City Information Center.
At Redwood National and State Parks, National Park Service staff, California State Parks staff, and others work side-by-side, like at the Crescent City Information Center front desk.
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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Elk once ranged over most of the United States from Maine to New Mexico. By 1860, the eastern elk had been eliminated by hunters. By 1912, about 124 Roosevelt elk remained in northern California. Prairie Creek Redwood State Park became an elk refuge in 1923 where elk are common today.