Redwood N&S Parks

Official site of Redwood National and State Parks 133000 acres of majestic beauty including the worlds tallest trees and 40 miles of coastline
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Sometimes we watch wildlife, sometimes we help find lost dogs! Thank you to the community near Jedidiah Smith State Park for coming together to help a visitor and his adorable #BarkRanger, Chewy. A visitor came into Hiouchi Visitor Center devastated that his puppy had bolted the evening before an...
Governor Newsom toured a fish restoration project at O Rew, the former Orick Mill Site also previously known as Mill Site A, to celebrate the collaboration between Redwood National and State Parks, Save the Redwoods League, Yurok Tribe, Caltrout, and many other federal and state agencies who have...
Did you know that northern California and southern Oregon are home to seven national park sites? The Circle of Discovery is a road trip that connects these parks that are just hours apart:Crater LakeLava BedsTule LakeLassen VolcanicWhiskeytownRedwoodOregon CavesDiscover stunning views, inspiring ...
What do you know about tweetle beetles? Well.When tweetle beetles fight,its called a tweetle beetle battle.-Dr.SuessHere we have two carabid beetles engaging in a raging fight over what appears to be some tasty slug leftovers.These specific carabid beetles (of the family carabidae) are a type of ...
Mist to mist, drops to drops. For water thou art, and unto water shalt thou return. Kamand KojouriDid you know that the water found on Earth today is the same amount that existed during the age of dinosaurs? This means that all the water molecules in our parks have traveled around the world and...
Redwood Creek hit a new record last week! On January 13 at 8 pm, Redwood Creek reached its peak flow with a whopping 42,800 cubic feet per second (cfs) or 30.08 feet. Thats a whole lot of water! This is the 6th highest flow event ever recorded for this creek. For reference, the highest flow monit...
Did You Know Redwood National and State Parks has been a World Heritage Site since September 2, 1980?A World Heritage Site designation brings increased attention and resources for education and research. We can better understand these unique ecosystems by promoting education and creating ways to ...
The rainy season at Redwood is here. Our park had flooding conditions late last week. The swollen Smith River had fantastic power for one day and if you were here to see it, you will fondly remember the view. Everything has gone down, and visitors have returned to fishing for the migrating steelh...
Did you know that redwood trees are similar to superheroes?Besides being majestic giants of the forest, they possess remarkable qualities that contribute to their resilience and environmental significance.One of their superpowers lies in the tannins present in the bark. These tannins make the red...
Cedar Creek: one of many seasonal creeks that carry the pulse of the Redwoods.Nestled within our majestic Redwood forests, Cedar Creek stands as a testament to the beauty and resilience of nature. This seasonal creek, weaving its way through the towering trees and lush undergrowth, creates a sere...
Ewwww! What's that smell?Visitors at the south end of Redwood National and State Parks may be experiencing the occasional wafting odor of rotten eggs, especially along the coast. These odoriferous emanations are not coming from the parks.For the last few months, seasonal rains have filled Big Lag...
Fern Canyon Reservations are now open! If youre planning to visit Fern Canyon or Gold Bluffs Beach at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park be sure to make a reservation before you visit! Reservations are required to drive to Fern Canyon Trailhead and Gold Bluffs Beach Day Use, May 15th through Septe...