Stage II Fire Restrictions Are in Place
Sept 22: Due to moderate fire danger conditions, Stage II restrictions include:
Current Fire Restrictions and Air Quality Conditions:
Nearby fires can impact air quality within the park. Have an alternative plan in case air quality is diminished due to smoke.
For the latest air quality readings, please see the AirNow Fire and Smoke Map.
There are currently no fires within Redwood National and State Parks.
The following fires are burning to the east of Redwood National and State Parks:
Slater Fire - see the Inciweb page for more information on this fire
Red Salmon Complex - see the Inciweb page for more information on this fire
For more information about fires and fire management in Redwood National and State Parks, please see our Fire Management page.
Fire, Smoke, Weather and Air Quality
The California Water Resources Control Board have an interactive map reflecting the most up to date harmful algal bloom reports.
Oct 27, 2020: Toxins associated with blue-green algae are present in the Klamath River. People and their pets should avoid recreating in the water when a strong bright green color or where algae mats are present. Rinse with tap water after swimming or filleting fish for consumption.
Please visit www.lastchancegrade.com for information about the Last Chance Grade Project on US 101 in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park.
Trails that have current impacts or restrictions
Last updated: October 27, 2020