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Richardson Grove

1600 U.S. Hwy 101 #8 • Garberville, CA 95542 • (707) 247-3318

Richardson Grove State Park contains the state’s southernmost significant old-growth redwood forest.
Highlights are the ninth tallest coast redwood, a fallen tree ring study from 1933, and a bat tree.

PARK FEES are due and payable upon entry into the The Durphy Creek / Tan Oak Springs / Lookout
park. The campsite fee covers one vehicle. There are Point Trail is four miles long. These trails start at the
additional fees for each additional vehicle. Madrone Campground road and make a loop ending
around campsite #59. The trail has a strenuous climb,
OCCUPANCY: Each campsite may have up to eight
then descends through a dense forest of tan oaks.
persons (including children).
The Lookout Point Trail offers a vantage point over-
QUIET HOURS are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. To ensure looking the South Fork of the Eel River and the Oak
an enjoyable experience for everyone, please do not Flat campground.
disturb other campers regardless the time of day.
The Toumey Trail is 2 miles long and accessible
Radios and other sound producing devices must
during the summer from the seasonal bridge that
not be audible beyond your immediate campsite.
crosses the Eel River into the Oak Flat Campground.
Generators may only be operated between the hours
of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Three self-guided Nature Trails start at the Visitor
Center, including a seven-minute nature walk, the
VEHICLE PARKING: Vehicles may only be parked
Exhibit trail and the Grove Interpretive trail featuring
in assigned campsites. All vehicles must remain on
a bat tree, a fallen tree study with interpretive
the parking area and may not extend out into the
displays along the way. Trail maps are available at
roadway. Two vehicles maximum are allowed per
the Visitor Center.
campsite.
The Grove Interpretive Trail is relatively level and
RVs / TRAILERS: The RV length limit is 30 feet and
starts at the bat tree by the Visitor Center. From the
the trailer length limit is 24 feet.
Visitor Center the trail goes south through the main
CHECK OUT TIME is noon. Please vacate your site Richardson Grove and loops to return to the bat tree.
by that time. Check in time is 2 p.m. Along the trail are informational displays explaining
SPEED LIMIT: The maximum speed limit is 15mph history and information about these magnificent
This may be too fast in the camp loops and when trees.
children are present; please use good judgment.
DOGS must be kept on a leash six feet or less and
must be under immediate control at all times.
Dogs are not permitted on trails or at interpretive Jedediah Smith
programs. Pets may not be left unattended and must Redwoods SP

be confined in a vehicle or tent at night.


FIRES AND FIREWOOD: Fires are allowed only in
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the park—the nutrients must be allowed to recycle


back into the ecosystem. You may purchase firewood
from the camp hosts. Firewood sales provide funds
for the Richardson Grove Interpretive Association,
which supports interpretive programs in this park.
BICYCLES are allowed only on the paved roadways.
All riders under eighteen years of age must wear an
approved helmet by law.
WATER is available throughout the park. Hose bibs
may be used for filling water tanks; they may not be
used for hookups.
DAY USE/HIKING TRAILS
The Woodland Loop Trail starts near the ranger
station; this mild, 1.6 mile uphill route meanders
through the redwoods and a dense tan oak forest.

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CAMPING RESERVATIONS: You may make camping reservations by calling (800) 444-7275
(TTY 800-274-7275). To make online reservations, visit our website at www.parks.ca.gov.
ALTERNATE FORMAT: This publication is available in alternate formats by contacting
(800) 777-0369, 711, TTY relay service.
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Parking
Bridge Settler’s Trail
Ranger Station
Campfire Center
Restrooms
Campground
Showers
Emergency Phone
Group Campground
Locked Gate
Hike/Bike Campground
Trails For Emergencies Dial 9-1-1.
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