Tall Trees and So Much More

Most people know Redwood as home to the tallest trees on Earth. The parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of rugged coastline.  For thousands of years people have lived in this verdant landscape.  Together, the National Park Service and California State Parks manage these lands for the inspiration, enjoyment, and education of all.

Land of the Giants

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12 minutes, 14 seconds

The official orientation film of Redwood National and State Parks.

Choose a walk that meets your time-frame and energy.

FInd A Good Walk

You can experience the redwoods in just a few minutes... or take all week.

Outside the parks are plenty of lodges and other accommodations.

Looking For A Place To sleep?

We have four developed campgrounds, and backcountry sites to hike to.

Get The Lowdown

Basic Park Information

Start Here To Plan Your Visit.

Backcounty

Backcountry Hikes and Camping

A trip to the backcountry starts with good preparation.

Written answers to frequently ask questions.

FAQs

Read answers to many common questions.

Current weather conditions, trail and road conditions and campground status.

Current Conditions

Learn about road construction, closures, and other relevant info before you arrive.

Park brochures help with your visit.

Get Smart With These Brochures

Park publications offer many educational opportunities.

We have hiking, fishing, rafting, tide-pooling, whale watching...and redwoods of course.

Things To Do

Discover all the ways you can experience the park.

Wildlife and pets don't mix - but there are places your fur-baby can go.

Pets In the Parks

In places, leashed pets can join you in the Redwoods.

Weddings, fun-runs and commercial filming are just a few activities that need permits.

Permits and Reservations

I need a permit for that? Review this and avoid surprises.

Other national parks, places and businesses are close by.

Nearby Attractions

You could spend weeks exploring our neighborhood.

Last updated: August 30, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

1111 Second Street
Crescent City, CA 95531

Phone:

(707) 465-7335

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