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.
Redwood Creek Access Road Maintenance, July 12 - August 6, 2010
Contact: Shaun Bessinger, 707-465-7361
Access to the Redwood Creek trailhead in Redwood National and State Parks will be restricted beginning Monday, July 12th through Friday, August 6th while park maintenance crews replace culverts along the onehalf mile entrance road to the trailhead. The road work will take place Mondays through Fridays from 7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
One-way controlled access to the trailhead will be available on
The Redwood Creek Trail is a primary access point for day hikers and backpackers along Redwood Creek. The trailhead is located off on Bald Hills Road off of Highway 101, approximately 1 mile north of Orick, CA. Current road and trail information for access to Redwood Creek and other trails within Redwood National and State Parks may be obtained by calling the Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center at 707-465-7765.
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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.