Campgrounds open and space available, but reservations no longer accepted.
As of 9.3.2012, winter reservations no longer accepted (via reserveamerica.com; 1-800-444-7275) for Jed Smith, Mill Creek, and Elk Prairie campgrounds. This does NOT mean that sites are unavail. All sites avail. first-come, first-served basis until May. More »
Miners Ridge and Ossagon backcountry camps closed indefinitely.
Backpacker sites avail. during summer only at Gold Bluffs Beach Campground (8 sites avail.; free permit req'd; $5 fee paid on site) and year-round at Elk Prairie Campground (hiker/biker sites avail., first-come, first-served; $5 fee paid on site). More »
Photos & Multimedia
Sturdy Survivors explains how plants survive along the windswept, salty coastline. 120 KB pdf
Home and Hostel chronicles the present-day site of the Redwood Hostel. 175 KB pdf
Pond's Past Life depicts the many human uses of Lagoon Creek. 2.09 MG pdf
Spirit of the Salmon records Yurok life within the Klamath River. 94.4 KB pdf
River on a Rampage illustrates the 1964 flood that destroyed the Klamath River bridge. 3.75 MG pdf
Disguised to Protect reminds visitors of the hidden WWII radar station here. 209 KB pdf
Fractured Coastline exemplifies the dramatic geology along the coast. 139 KB pdf
Golden Sands records the mining history of Gold Bluffs Beach. 3.32 MP pdf
Surviving the Salt happens everyday in the redwoods. 41.9 KB pdf
Elk on the Edge shows them hunkering down in an ecotone. 56.9 KB pdf
Look out for Wild Elk! 50.9 KB pdf
B-Mill Deck is now the site of Elk Meadow Day Use Area. Check out the transformation with the next exhibit! 1 MG pdf
Back to Nature with excavators. 124 KB pdf
A Tale of Two Forests shifts our mindset about the redwood curtain. 102 KB pdf
Every Indian canoe is a Living Canoe. 360 KB pdf
Rugged Dune Life - How do those plants survive? 145 KB pdf
What does a Family Fish Camp have to do with horses in the creek? Find out! 197 KB pdf
Engineering the Estuary prompts community values. Are salmon part of your community? 71.1 KB pdf
A Wall of Gold - where did it come from? 109 KB pdf
Fern Canyon, home to an ancient sea, hosted the second Jurassic Park! 148 KB pdf
Did You Know?
Did you see that bullet cross the treetops? That's the marbled murrelet! The robin-sized seabird nests on the branches of old-growth conifer trees and flies to and from the ocean at 60 miles per hour. In the ocean, it feeds on fish. This bird is listed as state-endangered and federally-threatened.