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    Redwood

    National and State Parks California

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  • Warning: Elk Calving Season, Elk Can Be Aggressive

    Female (cow) elk are defensive of their newly born calves. As people approach, a cow may charge and/or rear up and lash out with her front legs. For your safety, STAY 500 FEET AWAY from elk, at all times. More »

  • Davison Road Maintenance begins 7/7/2014. Expect delays.

    Beginning July 7, road crews will be grading sections of Davison Road between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm. Visitors to Gold Bluffs Beach and Fern Canyon should expect 30 minute delays.

Lodging

Lodging

Redwood National and State Parks does not have any lodging in the park itself. There are numerous camping opportunities available in the park. Contact the local chambers of commerce (listed below, north to south along U.S. 101) for information about lodging in communities around the parks.

 
Brookings Chamber of Commerce
16330 Lower Harbor Road
P.O. Box 940 Brookings, OR 97415
(800) 535-9469
www.brookingsor.com
Crescent City/Del Norte County Chamber of Commerce
1001 Front Street Crescent City, CA 95531
(800) 343-8300
http://www.northerncalifornia.net
Klamath Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 476
Klamath, CA 95548
(800) 200-2335
www.klamathcc.org
Orick Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 234
Orick, CA 95555
(707) 488-2602
www.orick.net
Trinidad Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 356
Trinidad, CA 95570
(707) 441-9827
http://discovertrinidadca.com/
McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce
2106 Central Avenue
P.O. Box 2144
McKinleyville, CA 95519
(707) 839-2449
http://www.mckinleyvillechamber.com
Arcata Chamber of Commerce
1635 Heindon Road
Arcata, CA 95521-4573
(707) 822-3619
www.arcatachamber.com/
Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce
2112 Broadway
Eureka, CA 95501
(800) 356-6381
http://www.eurekachamber.com
Humboldt County Convention & Visitor Bureau
1034 Second Street
Eureka, CA 95501
(707) 443-5097
http://www.redwoods.info

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Four species of frogs and one toad utilize aquatic habitats within the redwood region. The northern red-legged frog is quite abundant and is well-camouflaged on the moist forest floor. More...