Alert 1 , Severity ,caution ,, Do Not Rely On Digital Maps
Visitors relying on digital maps are being misdirected to incorrect roads and private property as they seek park locations (e.g. Tall Trees, Mill Creek Campground, Bald Hills). Use a proper road map and pay attention to directional road signs.
Tall Trees Access Road isOPEN.A free permit is requiredto access Tall Trees Access Road and is available at the Kuchel Visitor Center, Prairie Creek Visitor Center and the Crescent City Information Center (summer only).
Trails that have current impacts or restrictions For general hiking and trail information, click here.
Damnation Creek Trail isOPENbut not all the way to the beach. Beyond the bridge 1.75 miles from the trailhead, the trail is closed.
The Rhododendron Trail between Brown Creek Trail and South Fork Trail is currently CLOSED.
The year-round bridge over Bond Creek on the Redwood Creek Trail (~5 miles upstream from Redwood Creek Trailhead and ~2 miles downstream from Tall Trees Grove) is CLOSED due to damage. As such, you will need to take a detour to get around this bridge. You can walk on the Redwood Creek Gravel Bar or there is a trail detour in place as well. Please contact 707-465-7335 or inquire at anyvisitor centerfor the latest information.
Flint Ridge Trail is CLOSED due to damage to a bridge crossing.
Seasonal footbridges at Fern Canyon have been removed. The loop section at the mouth of Fern Canyon is still closed due to rockslides and debris.
"Last Chance" section of Coastal Trail is CLOSEDdue to a landlside. This is the section from Nickel Creek to Damnation Creek.
Due to repair work, The Ossogan Trail and Gold Bluff Beach Trails are CLOSED. Expected re-opening in July 2018.
For general backcountry camping information and to download the Redwood National and State Parks Backcountry Trip Planner, click here.
Little Bald Hills is OPEN
Nickel Creek is CLOSED. Alert in Place
DeMartin is OPEN
Flint Ridge is OPEN
Gold Bluffs is OPEN
Elam Creek is OPEN
44 Camp is OPEN
Redwood Creek (dispersed camping) is OPEN When planning a backcountry trip along Redwood Creek, please inquire at a visitor center or call 707-465-7335 in advance for updated information about creek flow conditions, crossing dangers, and availability of exposed gravel bars suitable for camping.
For general information on horseback riding in the parks. click here.