Visit the Redwoods
Few life experiences match standing in the midst of a redwood grove. And once you do, it's hard to imagine life on our planet without these awesome and majestic places.
Use these Resources to Plan Your Trip to the Redwoods
Check out our interactive map of the redwood regions that will help you plan your trips and learn more about the forests. You'll find hundreds of forest facts, Flickr photos, search by location, directions by transit, trip ideas and events integrated into the parks profiles.
This guide offers a wealth of travel tips, activities and more for parents who want to introduce children to the wonders of the redwood forest. Sign up to receive email from the League and you can download this guide for free!
This guide is a valuable resource for all the busy parents, grandparents, family members or guardians who want to plan a fun, memorable adventure into the forest. Sign up to receive email from the League and you can download this guide for free!
Get a PDF featuring sights and activities in Humboldt Redwoods State Park and Redwood National and State Parks as well as nearby amenities.
View live streaming video to see what it's like in the northern reaches of the coast redwood range.
Your Gifts Secure Match for Park Improvements
Your generous donations recently helped obtain matching funds for essential operating expenses and infrastructure projects at three amazing redwood parks that faced closure: Portola Redwoods, Hendy Woods and Standish-Hickey. Totaling $130,000, your gifts helped cover operational shortfalls and plans for improvements of septic systems, campsites, shelters, bridges and more. Now these parks will receive more than $1 million from the State Parks and Recreation Fund and matching funds from California Assembly Bill 1478. Thank you! Learn more about how you're making a difference.
HIGHLIGHTS: The slim, 150-foot trees you can see in these two regional parks are a generation removed from those that helped build the San Francisco Bay Area during and after the Gold Rush, but they represent the largest remaining stand of coast redwoods in the East Bay.