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Redwood National Park Travel Guide

Redwood National Park Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Redwood National Park with our insider's guide.

Kayaking

With many miles of often-shallow rivers and streams in the area, kayaking is a popular pastime in the park. Outfitters Humboats Kayak Adventures...

Whale-Watching

Good vantage points for whale-watching include Crescent Beach Overlook, the Kuchel Visitor Center in Orick, points along the Coastal Trail,...

Bicycling

Besides the roadways, you can bike on several trails. Your best bets include the 11-mile Lost Man Creek Trail that begins 3 miles north of Orick...

Bird-Watching

Many rare and striking winged specimens inhabit the area, including chestnut-backed chickadees, brown pelicans, great blue herons, pileated...

Fishing

Both deep-sea and freshwater fishing are popular here. Anglers often stake out sections of the Klamath and Smith rivers in their search for...

Hiking

Coastal Trail. Although this easy-to-difficult trail runs along most of the park's length, smaller sections—of varying degrees of difficulty...

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