WHAT To Expect at Redwood National and State Park

Redwood National Park is nestled between Crescent City and Orick in the coastal region of northern California.

Highway 101 provides easy access to the park. The drive from Portland, Oregon, or San Francisco, California, is about six hours.

The park has five main areas. Starting from the north, these areas are: – Hiouchi – Crescent City – Klamath – Prairie Creek – Orick

The park is a collaboration of the national park and three state parks.

The national park itself is in the southern end of the region. Yet, the official headquarters sits in the north.

– Jedediah Smith Redwoods     State Park – Del Norte Coast Redwoods     State Park – Prairie Creek Redwoods State     Park – Redwood National Park – is     located in the Orick area.

Redwood National and State Parks are free to enter. However, day-use areas in the state parks require fees.

You may drive scenic roads through all four parks without an entrance fee.

Avenue of the Giants, where you can drive your car through a redwood tree, is not even part of the Redwood National and State Parks.

The weather is pretty consistent, regardless of the season. In general, it is cool and damp.

The region averages 60 to 80 inches of rain from October through April.

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