Audio Described Version. (mp3)
Unzip the audio files, and play them in your preferred digital audio player. There are 60 audio files for the brochure's front side, and 66 audio files for the backside. Front Side files Back Side files
This Z-fold flyer has specific recommendations for things to do and see in the parks. The two-page Trip Planning brochure (PDF) is designed to be used by businesses or organisations who have clients with plenty of Redwood park-related questions. This 8.5x14 inch brochure will look good on any information rack.
Fact Sheet (2018)
A two-page fact sheet (PDF, 1.7 mb) about the parks. It compiles basic facts about the parks' purpose, staffing, budget, size, facilities, economic contribution, partners and visitation. This is a great publication for school projects and media inquiries.
Guide to Campgrounds and Campsites In and Around the Parks
People wanting developed campsites in summer will need to plan and book ahead!
We no longer provide a camping directory that has information about private or county-operated campgrounds outside the parks. This information is provided by Humbolt County and Del Norte County chambers of commerce and visitor bureaus.
Redwood Burl (PDF, 3.59 MB)
Redwood burls, in their twisted, knotted forms, offer the potential for coast redwoods to grow and thrive for millennia. March 2014
The Three Redwoods (PDF, 2.43 MB)
Information about the three redwood species—coast redwood, giant sequoia, and dawn redwood—and how to tell the difference between them. June 2014
How to Help Your Redwood Seedling Survive (PDF, 136.9 KB)
Did you purchase a redwood seedling from one of Redwood's cooperating association bookstores? Here's how to care for your tree once you get it home. May 2002
Common Native Trees and Plants (PDF, 2,336 KB) Are you curious about the treesand plants you are seeing or will see in our park area? This guide to the common native trees and plants in our park will help you identify what you are seeing.
Common Native Ferns (PDF, 1,301 KB)
Need some help identifying the ferns? The common native fern guide will help you figure out which ferns you are seeing.
Horseback Riding and Pack Animals
Pack Animal Trails and Camps (PDF, 4.7 MB)
Traveling along park trails with pack animals is an exciting way to see Redwood National and State Parks. This brochure is meant to assist you in planning a safe, enjoyable, and low-impact trip.
Pets, Safety and Regulatory Information
Bear Country! (PDF, 160 KB)
Information about black bears in the parks and how to protect them and yourself during your visit. March 2005