Park Newspaper and Visitor Guide

Front cover of 2017 visitor guide
2017 Visitor Guide

2017 Redwood National and State Parks Visitor Guide (PDF 10mb)
Trtp planning information, tips and park map. Includes short articles from ranger Melissa Lockwood on tidepools, Brad Maggetti on forest restoration, and Greg Litten about the logging legacy.

Please note: the Nickel Creek backcountry camp is now closed.


Previous Redwood Visitor Guides

Contact us if you want to recieved via email (PDF) versions of older visitor guides.

Feature article by ranger Greg Litten on the meaning of the National Park Service on its 100th anniversary.

Features by Ranger Chris Hendrix on Hollywood in the Redwoods, and an article by Christine Walters on exciting new developments for visitors who want to learn about the Yurok Tribe.

Features the 150th anniversary of California's state park system. Nate St. Amand's article on the 50th anniversary of the largest US earthquake in 200 years and the tsunami that then hit Crescent City.

Park ranger Steven Krause writes about phenology in the parks; learn bout the birds of Castle Rock National Wildlife Refuge from wildlife biologist Stephanie R. Schneider; and, park ranger Debbie Savage explains why it's a good thing if it's a bit darker during your next visit to the parks.

Featured articles include: a Park Ranger's Pick from Redwood's resident surfer-ranger Adam Friedrich; description and history of the new Berry Glen Trail; and, the latest research into how climate change could affect the world's tallest trees-and you!

This edition focuses on Redwood's 40 fabulous miles of coastline.

Does Size Matter? A visitor guide mostly dedicated to coast redwood stories.

Stories covering the 40th anniversary of Redwood National Park.

Does Size Matter? A visitor guide mostly dedicated to coast redwood stories.

The Mill Creek watershed was added to RNSP's boundary in December 2005. Stories cover resource studies that have occurred over the past four years.

The redwood canopy houses entire ecosystems. Read all about it!

An introduction to the Mill Creek watershed acquisition.

Discover the Bald Hills, where 300 year-old Oregon white oaks live beside bears, hawks, wildflowers, and people.

"B Mill Deck" becomes Elk Meadow Day Use Area-a restoration success story.


Last updated: July 23, 2018

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