IMPORTANT Travel Updates:
Planning to visit Humboldt County?
Here is some important information to ensure your trip is SAFE, stress-free and enjoyable:

Traffic Delays - Last Chance Grade:If you are traveling north to Crescent City or south into Humboldt, expect 30-minute traffic delays on Hwy 101 south of Crescent City, Del Norte County. For updated information visit: https://lastchancegrade.com/schedule

Wildfires:
After temporarily closing some California National Forests for public safety, the USDA Forest Service has announced the  Six Rivers National Forest in eastern Humboldt County has been re-opened.

The Knob Fire burning in the vicinity of Willow Creek has been 100% contained.
If planning to travel on HWY 299, please check the CalTrans website for the most recent road conditions: https://roads.dot.ca.gov

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Redwood National and State Parks

For information about park closures related to Covid-19 please see: https://www.nps.gov/redw/planyourvisit/whatsopenorclosed.htm

Home of the world’s tallest trees, this World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve protects nearly half of the world’s old growth redwoods, including champion specimens more than 370 feet (113 meters) in height—or five stories taller than the Statue of Liberty. Walk, bike, camp or horseback ride along 200 miles of trails in the park system, which in a unique state/federal partnership includes Jedediah Smith Redwoods, Del Norte Coast Redwoods, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks. The park’s forests, hills, rivers and coastline support a rich mosaic of life, including Roosevelt Elk, whales, seals and seasonal wildflowers such as lupine and rhododendron. The sprawling park system also provides many opportunities for scenic drives.

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