Disability Accessible Trails

Accessible Trails in the Heart of the Redwoods

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

Newton B. Drury Pkwy
Prairie Creek Visitor Center
Orick, CA

Big Tree Trail: 
0.16 miles.

Trailhead is on Newton B. Drury Parkway 1/8 mile north of Big Tree parking area. Roadside parking only.

Campfire Center Trail.
0.34 miles

The trailhead as well as potable water, accessible restroom and accessible parking are located behind Elk Creek Prairie Campground.

Prairie Creek Trail:  
1.5 miles

Trailhead located at the end of the Visitor Center parking lot. Only the first mile is ADA accessible.

Redwood Access Trail:
0.7 miles

Trail can be accessed either from behind the Visitor Center or from the campground.

Revelation Loop Trail:
0.3 miles

Redwoods interpretive trail with special features for visually impaired users. Accessible parking and accessible restroom. Access to the trail is from the Redwood Access Trail behind the Visitor Center or from the campground. 

Foothill Prairie Creek Trail Accessible Loop
: 2.3 miles 

Trail starts at the Visitor Center and uses a portion of the Prairie Creek Trail and Foothill Trail to create the accessible trail loop. Additional accessible trailhead parking and an accessible restroom are at the Big Tree parking area. The trail accesses spectacular old growth forest to include the big tree and pedestrian tunnels through downed old growth trees.

Sue-Meg State Park

4150 Patrick's Point Drive
Trinidad, CA 95570

Campfire Center Trail:
0.22 miles

Paved, level and very popular trail runs to the campfire center. Parking is generally accessible.
Nature Trail (Native American Plants Trail)
0.16 miles accessibility
An interpretive nature trail on packed soil through forest. Trailhead with paved parking at main parking area. Restroom is generally accessible.

Sue-Meg Campfire Center Spur Trail

This trail loops off of Nature Trail for 0.15 miles.

Sue-Meg Access Trail:
This is a short paved level trail is about 500 feet long. Trailhead and generally accessible parking are located at Wedding Rock parking lot. 

Humboldt Redwoods State Park

Stop at visitor center for trail maps.
17119 Avenue of the Giants
Weott, CA  95571

Founders Grove Trail:
Is accessible for about 0.50 miles. 

Features founders Tree and the Dyerville Giant, at one time the tallest tree in the world which fell in 1991.
Trailhead - parking lot off Dyerville Loop Rd. four miles north of the Visitor Center.

Gould Grove Nature Trail:
0.6 miles

Trailhead is directly across the road from the Visitor Center, Ave. of the Giants mile marker 16.5. 30 minutes
Trail features 300' trees.

Drury-Chaney Loop Trail: 1.7 miles

Located on the north end of the park. Trailhead is at the Avenue of the Giants mile marker 43.9, just south of the town site of Pepperwood.

Rockefeller Loop Trail/Bull Creek Flats:
0.7 miles 

Elevation +/-: 20 feet. Trailhead is at the foot of the majestic 7,000 acre Rockefeller Forest, traveling near where Bull Creek meets the South Fork Eel River. 1.1 miles west of the Avenue of the Giants on Mattole Road, which breaks off at Avenue of the Giants mile marker 20.6, at Dyerville.

Beach Wheel Chairs
FREE from the California Coastal Commission – Please phone first!

Gold Bluffs Beach Campground kiosk
Davison Rd, Orick, CA 95555
(707) 601-4634

Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center
US-101 & Redwood Hwy, Orick, CA 95555
(707) 465-7331

Sue-Meg Visitor Center (no beach access - steep stairs, but you may borrow and take elsewhere)
4150 Patrick's Point Drive
Trinidad, CA 95570
(707) 677-3570

Wheel Chair Rentals:

Broadway Medical Service & Supply
1034 Broadway, Eureka 

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