Nature Walks

Have you ever walked around on trails and had questions about the things you are seeing? Is this your first trip to the park?
Guided Nature Walks offer the chance to explore the park while learning about the areas natural and cultural history. These programs are suitable for all ages and abilities and are generally less than 1 mile long. We occasionally offer longer hikes for those looking for more of a challenge.

Interpretive walks are offered throughout the summer season and can be scheduled for groups or schools by appointment during the rest of the year by emailing Interpreter Erika Granadino the completed form at erika.granadino (at) parks.ca.gov for Humboldt Redwoods State Park or Grizzly Creek State Park, or Cleo Domingo at cleo.domingo (at) parks.ca.gov for Richardson Grove State Park or Standish Hickey State Recreation Area. Send at least 15 days in advance to ensure scheduling/availability.

More information is available at the Visitor Center or from park staff. In the summertime, walks are often in the morning and afternoon at locations around the park such as the Gould Nature Loop across the street from the Visitor Center and Founder's Grove about 4 miles north of the Visitor Center.