HUMBOLDT COUNTY CALIFORNIA’S REDWOOD COAST

Visitor Information Centers

Make your North Coast adventure better by stopping at one or all of these Visitor Information Centers.
 
 
Hwy 101 Heading North in Humboldt County:
 
723 Redwood Dr. Ste E, Garberville
707-923-2613
17119 Avenue of the Giants, Weott
707-946-2263
735 14th St. Fortuna
707-725-3959
WiFi hotspot
2112 Broadway, Eureka 
Walk in visitors are welcome
Restrooms, WiFi & computer station available
707-442-3738

Humboldt Bay Tourism Center
Open Wed thru Sunday noon - 9 p.m.
2nd & G St in Old Town
Eureka, CA 95501
1-800-808-2836

Humboldt Coastal Nature Center
Open week days & Saturdays
Humboldt Bay Area
Trails in the dunes - dog ok on leash
220 Stamp Lane, Manila / Arcata
707-444-1397
OPEN 7 Days a Week 9:00 - 5:00
1635 Heindon Rd., Arcata
Hwy 101, Giuntoli exit,
707-822-3619

Stop by the California Welcome Center where their knowledgeable staff will provide local, regional and state tourist information and maps. 
 
Bureau of Land Management
Kings Range - Lost Coast - Headwaters Forest Reserve
1695 Heindon Rd., Arcata, CA 


REDWOOD NATIONAL & STATE PARK INFORMATION CENTERS

Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center
119441 Highway 101 in Orick, CA
on the beach

707-465-7765


Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
127011 Newton B Drury Scenic Pkwy exit off Hwy 101
707-488-2039  


Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park
Hiouchi, Hwy 199, 9 Miles East of Crescent City 
707-458-3496
 
1111 Second Street, Crescent City, Calif
707-465-7335
 
 
Current Conditions in Redwood National & State Park


Traveling East on Hwy 299

Willow Creek Chamber of Commerce
Corner of Hwy 299 & Hwy 96
530-629-2693 or 1-800-628-5156 

 

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