Prairie Creek Redwoods SP in Redwood National Park

Prairie Creek Redwoods, a California State Park, is sanctuary to old growth redwood forest. 

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park offers: A 10-mile scenic drive through ancient redwoods on Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway Campgrounds: Elk Prairie, Gold Bluffs Beach, Environmental and three hike/bike campgrounds 75 miles of hiking trails, bicycle trails, self-guided nature trail, backpacking Fern Canyon - a natural wonder and filmed in the movie Jurassic Park II, The Lost World Picnic areas in the redwoods & on the beach Wildlife viewing includes Roosevelt elk, whale watching, and interesting birding (spotted owl, marbled murrelet, and 262 more animal species) Watch for Roosevelt elk grazing in the prairie. Accessible trails for individuals with physical or visual limitations - Accessibility Features stop at visitor center for trail maps. Beach wheel chair is available for Gold Bluffs beach, call 707-465-7346 Suggested hikes and trails Bike trails MAP Junior Rangers Summer Programs Redwood Edventures Quests Elk Prairie Campground:
While sites at Elk Prairie campground may be available on a first-come, first-served basis, reservations are strongly recommended for camping between May 1 and September 30. Reserve online or by calling 1-800-444-7275.
73 RV or tent sites Trailer length limit on RVs is 27 feet Restrooms and coin operated showers Bear-proof locker, picnic tabel and fire pit in each campsite Campfire programs, guided walks and junior ranger programs (seasonal) Located at the southern end of Newton B Drury Pkwy Campground accepts Federal Passes

Gold Bluffs Beach Campground:    
Located six miles off Hwy 101 at the end of unpaved, Davison Rd. Rvs no larger than 24 feet x 8 feet wide only, trailers prohibited. Reservations  Closed during winter months until May 1.
On the beach 25 tent or RV sites Rvs no larger than 24 feet x 8 feet wide, no trailers One Hike & Bike site Restrooms and solar showers Bear proof locker, fire pit and picnic table in each site Located at the end of Davison Rd (off Hwy 101 - North of Orick) Campground accepts Federal Passes
Visitor Center located just off US Hwy 101, along Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, at the south end of the park, with exhibits open year round. Nature Store open year round. Interpretive talks & guided walks (seasonal)  707-488-2039   It is a part of the Redwood National and State Park  which  accounts for 45 percent of all the old-growth redwood forest remaining in California.  

Redwood National and State Park is home to the Tall Trees Grove and now holds claim to the world's tallest tree, Hyperion.

Latitude/Longitude: 41.4072 / -124.0192   Newton B Drury Parkway north of the Elk Prairie Campground is gated from sunset to sunrise.