Richardson Grove State Park

Richardson Grove State Park

Richardson Grove State Park—a traditional destination of vacationing families since the early 1920s—is one of California’s redwood state parks and over 300 feet tall. “The Grove” started in 1922 with 120 acres. It now encompasses more than 2,000 acres. Many of the trees in the grove are more than 1,000 years old and 300 feet tall. Located about 200 miles north of San Francisco and 7 miles south of Garberville, the park is bisected by Highway 101 and the South Fork of the Eel River.

Recreational Opportunities

Camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, picnicking, birding, and just plain relaxing!

Seasons Accessible

The park is open year round.

Fees: Day use $8.00, visit for camping and fees

ADA Accessibility Notes
The Grove Interpretive trail is accessible and starts at the Richardson Grove Visitor Center which is also accessible.
There are three accessible campsites located in the Madrone Campground and accessible facilities campgrounds and day use areas.

Pet Friendly Notes
Dogs must be on leash at all times and are allowed in developed areas only.

For More Information, Contact:

California State Parks

(707) 247-3318

California State Parks – North Coast Redwoods District
P.O. Box 2006, Eureka, CA 95502
(707)445-6547 · fax (707) 461-5737


Richardson Grove State Park