TRIP IDEA

A Half Day in Redwood

Redwood National and State Parks

Trip Ideas for Half a Day at Redwood
Duration Half Day
Topic(s) Forests and Woodlands, Coniferous Forests, River and Riparian, Trails, Unique Species
Activities Front-Country Hiking, Backcountry Hiking
Type Kid Friendly, Active, Relaxed, Solitary/Remote, Inspirational, Outdoors, Group Friendly
Parks Redwood National and State Parks

Suggestions from North to South
  • Redwood National and State Parks

    Stout Memorial Grove Trail

    • Activity Fee: No (Entrance fees may apply)
    • Reservations: No
    • Activity: Front-Country Hiking
    • Pets: No
    • Location: Stout Memorial Grove Trailhead
    • Duration: 1–2 Hours
    • Season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
    • Time of Day: Day, Dawn, Dusk
    A Short Walk For The Adventurous

    A majestic grove of redwoods next to the Smith River in the northern part of the park. This trail requires some planning about how you will access it. Hours can be spent on a summer's day relaxing on the banks of the Smith River.

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  • Redwood National and State Parks

    Tall Trees Grove

    • Activity Fee: No (Entrance fees may apply)
    • Reservations: No
    • Activity: Backcountry Hiking
    • Pets: No
    • Location: Tall Trees Trailhead
    • Duration: 3–6 Hours
    • Season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
    • Time of Day: Day
    Half-day Hike To A Celebrated Grove

    A half-day hike in the southern part of the parks for those ready for an adventure. Made popular by social-media, this trail is one of the more strenuous hikes in Redwood National and State Parks.

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Last updated: April 30, 2019