The closest major airport is Sacramento, California and there is a smaller airports in Eureka and McKinleyville, California.
From the North
1. Take Highway 101 South to the park.
2. Take Highway 199 South to the park.
From the East
1. Take Stateroad 299 West to the park.
2. Take Stateroad 36 West to Highway 101 North to the park.
From the South
1. Take Highway 101 North to the park.
2. Take I-North to either Stateroad 36 West or Stateroad 299 West to the park.
Visitors can make arrangements to fly into the Eureka-Arcata Airport, located in McKinleyville, 28 miles south of Redwood Information Center, or into the Crescent City Airport. Car rentals are available at either location. Greyhound Bus Lines passes through the park two times each day traveling north and south. The Redwood Coast Transit system provides access to some trailheads near Crescent City.
Once in the park foot, horse, and bicycle trails expand the travel possibilities.
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