Richardson Grove

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Richardson Grove 1600 U.S. Hwy 101 #8 • Garberville, CA 95542 • (707) 247-3318 Richardson Grove State Park contains the state’s southernmost significant old-growth redwood forest. Highlights are the ninth tallest coast redwood, a fallen tree ring study from 1933, and a bat tree. PARK FEES are due and payable upon entry into the park. The campsite fee covers one vehicle. There are additional fees for each additional vehicle. OCCUPANCY: Each campsite may have up to eight persons (including children). QUIET HOURS are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. To ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone, please do not disturb other campers regardless the time of day. Radios and other sound producing devices must not be audible beyond your immediate campsite. Generators may only be operated between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. VEHICLE PARKING: Vehicles may only be parked in assigned campsites. All vehicles must remain on the parking area and may not extend out into the roadway. Two vehicles maximum are allowed per campsite. RVs / TRAILERS: The RV length limit is 30 feet and the trailer length limit is 24 feet. CHECK OUT TIME is noon. Please vacate your site by that time. Check in time is 2 p.m. SPEED LIMIT: The maximum speed limit is 15mph This may be too fast in the camp loops and when children are present; please use good judgment. The Durphy Creek / Tan Oak Springs / Lookout Point Trail is four miles long. These trails start at the Madrone Campground road and make a loop ending around campsite #59. The trail has a strenuous climb, then descends through a dense forest of tan oaks. The Lookout Point Trail offers a vantage point overlooking the South Fork of the Eel River and the Oak Flat campground. The Toumey Trail is 2 miles long and accessible during the summer from the seasonal bridge that crosses the Eel River into the Oak Flat Campground. Three self-guided Nature Trails start at the Visitor Center, including a seven-minute nature walk, the Exhibit trail and the Grove Interpretive trail featuring a bat tree, a fallen tree study with interpretive displays along the way. Trail maps are available at the Visitor Center. The Grove Interpretive Trail is relatively level and starts at the bat tree by the Visitor Center. From the Visitor Center the trail goes south through the main Richardson Grove and loops to return to the bat tree. Along the trail are informational displays explaining history and information about these magnificent trees. DOGS must be kept on a leash six feet or less and must be under immediate control at all times. Dogs are not permitted on trails or at interpretive programs. Pets may not be left unattended and must be confined in a vehicle or tent at night. a th K l am r n mo er Sal Riv e Riv FIRES AND FIREWOOD: Fires are allowed only in established metal fire rings or camp stoves and must be attended at all times. Do not gather firewood in the park—the nutrients must be allowed to recycle back into the ecosystem. You may purchase firewood from the camp hosts. Firewood sales provide funds for the Richardson Grove Interpretive Association, which supports interpretive programs in this park. Jedediah Smith Redwoods SP BICYCLES are allowed only on the paved roadways. All riders under eighteen years of age must wear an approved helmet by law. WATER is available throughout the park. Hose bibs may be used for filling water tanks; they may not be used for hookups. DAY USE/HIKING TRAILS The Woodland Loop Trail starts near the ranger station; this mild, 1.6 mile uphill route meanders through the redwoods and a dense tan oak forest. Discover the many states of California.TM CAMPING RESERVATIONS: You may make camping reservations by calling (800) 444-7275 (TTY 800-274-7275). To make online reservations, visit our website at www.parks.ca.gov. ALTERNATE FORMAT: This publication is available in alternate formats by contacting (800) 777-0369, 711, TTY relay service. Richardson Grove State Park Woodland Trail 15 9 12 10 13 14 11 8 16 3 Seasonal Bridge 17 4 21 20 23 36 22 24 1 2 35 34 25 Toumey Trail Dawn Redwood 18 19 Seasonal Swimming Hole 7 6 5 33 31 32 eek Day Use Area Oak Flat Campground (77-170) ter pr kT Cree rail Grov e In Durphy r Du r yC ph etiv e 28 Huckleberry Campground (1-36) HIG HW AY 1 0 30 27 =PZP[VY *LU[LY 1 29 Tra il 26 Madrone Campground (37-76) 154 Summer Bridge 44 43 53 54 75 56 57 59 65 ver 80 69 66 Tan Oaks Springs Trail 82 83 LEGEND Accessible Feature Bridge Campfire Center Campground Emergency Phone Group Campground Locked Gate 168 167 170 112 114 79 70 64 Lookout Point Trail 169 78 71 62 67 68 63 163 77 72 160147 145 162 143 161 73 61 149 148 74 58 60 151 157 159 ork E el R i HIGH WAY 101 38 49 39 37 52 76 55 152 150 South F 51 a il 40 47 50 Exhibit Tr 41 46 48 156 158 42 45 153 164 166 165 140 Ranger Station 144 142 132 131 141 138 133 137 134 130 139 111 113 116 115 128 118 129 109 107 117 136 125 120 127 106 119 124 126 110 121 108 105 135 81 Toumey Trail 103 84 104 123 85 122 87 95 96 94 89 86 98 91 93 97 88 100 99 90 92 101 Parking 146 102 Settler’s Trail Restrooms Showers Hike/Bike Campground Trails For Emergencies Dial 9-1-1. © 2009 California State Parks Map not to scale.

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