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:

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:

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Frequently Asked Questions

For Group Leaders & Tour Planners



Q:  How can I check the road conditions?

A:  Caltrans is our California Transportation System.  They maintain and develop our highways, as well as update the public on road conditions within California.


Q:  Is there lodging in Redwood National Park?

A:  YES, and also nearby.  Camping in the park is available through California State Parks reservation system


Q:  Where can my group eat in Humboldt?

A:  Humboldt County has many options for dining.  Fresh Seafood, Grass-Fed Meats and plenty of Farm Fresh Vegan options are available.  You won't want to miss the local wine, beer, ciders, spirits, coffee or chocolates either.  You are on vacation right?


Q:  Are there Tour Guides to take my group on an outing?

A:  YES!  Do Humboldt like a local!  Be part of your group, kick back and let these professional drivers and guides navigate you through the magical adventure that awaits you.

Tour Guide & Transportation Services

(12-15 passengers)

Pacific Outfitters

Lost Coast Adventure Tours

Redwood Tour Partners

Pride Enterprises Tours

Question:  Where can I Drive Thru a Redwood Tree?

Answer:  Only on the Northern California coast

Not one but three giant redwoods offer motorists the opportunity to steer their wheels through a living tree. All are right off US Highway 101, known as the Redwood Highway, within an hour or so drive of the historic seaport of Eureka. They are privately owned and charge a nominal fee.

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Over 40 public lands units in Humboldt County, managed by federal, state and local...

Over 40 public lands units in Humboldt County, managed by federal, state and local...

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