Update: July 29, 2022. Covid 19 transmission rates in Humboldt County are high.
In collaboration with CA state parks, Tribal, and county health guidance, Redwood National and State Parks has implemented modifications to operations to support federal, state and local efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Park is open to all day-use visitors, campers, hikers, and bicyclists. Visitor centers have re-opened with full capacity. Ranger-led programs have returned to normal summer scheduling. Backcountry camping and Tall Trees Grove permits are all online. Developed campgrounds are open as normal.
Stay home when you are sick in order to avoid exposing others.
We encourage all visitors getting ready for a trip to Redwood National and State Parks to go to our Plan Like A Ranger page.
If you prefer to virtually visit the redwoods we offer many options. Explore your parks and remotely experience the redwoods through virtual reality tours with a ranger, home learning programs, educational and classroom materials, Google tours of national parks, videos, and photo galleries.
During this pandemic disease, every person has a role to play in slowing down the spread of COVID-19. Please protect yourself, your families and communities by following the US Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) guidance to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, including maintaining social distancing, covering your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, and staying home if you feel sick.