Park maps indicate which camping, picnic, and other areas are wheelchair accessible. Such spots include the visitor centers, Crescent Beach, Crescent Beach Overlook, Lagoon Creek, Klamath Overlook, High Bluff Overlook, Big Tree Wayside, and Lost Man Creek picnic areas.
Admission Fees and Permits
Admission to Redwood National Park is free. There's a $8 day-use fee to enter one or all of Redwood's state parks; for camping at these state parks it's an additional $35. To visit Tall Trees Grove, you must get a free permit at the Kuchel Information Center in Orick. Permits also are needed to camp in Redwood Creek backcountry.
The park is open year-round, 24 hours a day.
There are no ATMs in Redwood. The nearest ATM and bank is in Crescent City.
Automobile Service Stations
Crescent City Chevron (315 Hwy. 101 S, Crescent City, CA, 95531. 707/465–3825.)
Pete's Auto and Marine (1305 2nd St., Crescent City, CA, 95531. 707/464–2538.)
It's difficult to pick up a signal in the parks, especially in the camping and hiking areas. If you need a public telephone, go to the Prairie Creek or Jedediah Smith visitor center.
In an emergency call 911 or go to the nearest visitor center.
Park Contact Information
Redwood National and State Parks (1111 2nd St., Crescent City, CA, 95531. 707/465–7335. www.nps.gov/redw.)
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