California State ParksThe North Coast includes old and second growth redwood forests, rocky bluffs, secluded coves, and wildlife areas characterize this rugged part of the state. The site no longer allows a direct link to the North Coast section so you have to dig throu
Humboldt Redwoods State ParkOfficial site for the park, which features 52,000 acres of groves of old growth coast redwoods, Rockefeller Forest, 100 miles of hiking trails, fishing canoeing and swimming in the Eel River, near Weott and Avenue of the Giants.
Sinkyone Wilderness State ParkFeatures rugged wilderness known as "the lost coast." Roosevelt elk are common. Nearest town is Garberville.
Jenny Hanson, Nature GuideGuided nature trips for individuals, families, and small groups with experienced local expert guide. Discover old-growth redwoods, coast, dunes and wildlife.
Benbow Lake State Recreation AreaRecreation and camping area along Benbow Lake, near Garberville.
Azalea State ReserveA 30 acre azalea reserve which blooms in each spring, near McKinleyville.
Fort Humboldt State Historic ParkFeatures an 1853 military post being reconstructed. Eureka.
Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive AssociationAn alternate, unofficial site with information about Humboldt Redwoods State Park.