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Crescent City, California Redwood National Forest
Redwood National Forest
1440 US Highway 199, Crescent City, California 707-465-7335
Distance from attraction: 6.05 miles
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Explore A Forest Of Wonders At Redwood National Park

Situated on the northern coast of California, Redwood National Forest consists of three California's most stunning and historic state parks, converging to create one large national forest area. Encompassing the Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park, Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park and the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, the forest covers over 133,000 acres of parkland and is home to over 38,000 acres of old growth forest, home to some of the world's oldest and tallest trees this unique park protects these natural wonders and the many native plants and wildlife, rivers, grasslands, and coastline within its boundaries. Visitors can enjoy day trips to the park for hiking, picnicking and nature study, explore five different visitor centers and enjoy ranger programs and Native American dance performances during the summer months.  
 
 

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Prices -

 Entrance to Redwood National Park is free, however individual parks collect day use fees that range from $5-$8 per vehicle. 
 

Hours -

  The park is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Visitors centers are open daily from 9am-5pm, except major holidays.
 

Events

  • Redwood Cycle Fest
  • Star Party
  • Seeing the Light: Photo Walks
 

Activities

  • Hiking & Biking
  • Ranger Guided Kayak Tours
  • Visitors Centers
  • Horseback Riding
  • Scenic Drives
  • Native American Dance Demonstrations
 

FAQs

  • What type of outdoor activities can I do at the park?

    From hiking to whale watching, the Redwood National Forest offers so many things to do. Go on a scenic drive or play at the beach, explore the tide pools and watch the waves for whales and dolphins. Watch Native American dance demonstrations or hike through forest groves of giant redwoods. Ride horses on the beach and trails or ride your mountain bike through narrow single tracks. Enjoy a ranger guided kayak tour or stop by one of the visitors centers.
  • Are there any popular scenic drives I can take on my own?

    Yes, the park offers a lot of scenic drives that take you through ancient forests, upland prairies, oak woodlands, and past rugged Northern California coastline. The 10-mile Howland Hill Road takes you past towering old-growth redwoods with pull-outs and trail heads along the way. Enderts Beach Road offers a quick trip to enjoy elk-viewing, whale watching, and stunning coastal views just minutes from Crescent City. The Coastal Drive Loop rewards with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Klamath River estuary. Visit the park's website for additional scenic drives. Some routes have restrictions for motor homes, RVs and cars with trailers.
 

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