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815 West Wabash Avenue
Eureka, CA 95501
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Opening Summer 2013
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Redwood National Park at Eureka, California

Redwood National Park

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Redwood National Park

Home to the tallest trees on the planet, Redwood National Park offers a whole lot more than just big trees. Enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities and learn more about the park with guided tours and interpretive exhibits at one of five visitors' centers. Explore the park's vast prairies, fish in running rivers, look out for abundant wildlife, walk along rocky coastlines, and experience the wonder of the ancient Giant Sequoias at this pristine national treasure.

Details

Hours -

Redwood National Park is open 24-hours per day. Visitor Center hours vary by location
and season.

Prices -

Entrance to Redwood National Park is free. Jedediah Smith, Del Norte Coast, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks collect an $8 day-use fee.

Events


  • Junior Ranger programs
  • Campfire programs
  • Wildflower Month
  • Tolawa & Yurok American Indian
    dance performances
  • Guided Redwood & Tide Pool Walks

Activities

  • Scenic drives
  • Nature walks
  • Hiking & biking
  • Camping
  • Horseback riding

Trees of Mystery

Explore the splendor of Redwood National Park at this attraction that offers outdoor fun for the whole family. With a scenic nature trail, Native American museum, gift shop, and restaurant, you'll have plenty to see and do all day. The park's SkyTrail, an enclosed gondola ride that lets you see the redwoods from above, is a unique way to see the redwoods and the huge statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox will keep everyone smiling. Admission to the Trees of Mystery is $15 adults, $8 children (age 7-12), $11 seniors. Kids 6 and under enter free. Visit www.treesofmystery.net for more information.

Avenue of Giants

Take a trip on this world-famous scenic drive to see a stunning display of Giant Sequoias and endless ancient redwood groves. Surrounded by Humboldt Redwoods State Park, the Avenue of the Giants is a 31-mile drive that offers lots of fun activities along the way, from picnicking, hiking and fishing to swimming, camping and shopping. Visit www.avenueofthegiants.net for more details.

FAQs

  • What hiking trails are popular at Redwood National and State Parks?


    Redwood National Park is home to a wide range of hiking trails. The Prairie Creek Trail is especially popular for its moderate difficulty, the Corkscrew Tree and breathtaking views of the redwood forest. The James Irvine Trail and the Miner's Ridge Trail are the best for moderately challenging all-day hikes.
  • What is a must-see attraction at Redwood National and State Parks?


    You definitely don't want to miss one of three "drive-through" trees located near the parks. The Chandelier Tree is located on Highway 271, the Shrine Drive-thru Tree is situated on the Avenue of the Giants, and the Klamath Tour Tree is located on Highway 169. Visitors are charged a minimal entrance fee to enter the trees, about $5 per car.

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Driving Direction to Redwood National Park From GET DIRECTIONS or Holiday Inn Express & Suites Eureka