How To Drive Here
Redwood Coast Parks are on the California coast on Hwy 101, about 300 miles north of San Francisco and 20 miles south of the Oregon border. To reach Orick, the central town in Redwood National Park, Redding is 170 miles away, Sacramento 330 miles, Portland 350 miles and Los Angeles 680 miles.
And How To Fly
The Humboldt County Regional Airport in McKinleyville, 25 miles south of Redwood National Park, has United, American and Avelo Airlines direct flights between San Francisco, Los Angeles, Burbank, Phoenix and Denver. The airport has car rentals, public buses and private taxi, shuttle and Uber services to nearby towns and hotels. Have a few minutes in the terminal? Enjoy the panoramic Pacific view or, on the second floor, plunk on the grand piano and turn the kids loose at the Lego table.
Once You're Here
Besides Redwood National, Northern Humboldt features other world class parks, including Prairie Creek, Patrick’s Point, Humboldt Lagoons, Trinidad Beach and Clam Beach. After you play, be sure to stay in the hotels, BnBs, vacation rentals and camp resorts on the coast between Orick and McKinleyville. See enlarged map