The National Park Service is currently working to select a site for a new Redwood Hostel. For details, please go here.
Set on the rugged Pacific Coast, in the mist-shrouded home for nearly 50 percent of California's remaining old-growth redwood forest, the landscape surrounding the Redwood National Park Hostel includes redwoods that soar 300 feet and coastline where woodlands intersect with underbrush and waterways meet wildlife.
Housed in a charming pioneer homestead, the hostel provides the only lodging available within Redwood National and State Parks, and is located just steps from the beach, with direct access to the spectacular California Coastal Trail. Guests are accommodated in both shared and private rooms, and enjoy a cozy lounge, sundecks, a fully equipped kitchen, and amenities including on-site laundry and free parking.
The Redwood National Park Hostel also offers travelers a wealth of information on the ecology and history of the area. Learn about fern-fringed trails where you might encounter banana slugs, gray whales, and black bears. Or cycle the Bikecentennial Coastal Route, surf, swim, or watch for migrating birds on the Pacific Flyway.
Reserve your stay at the Redwood National Park Hostel today, and experience a destination like no other, amid the immense trees of the primordial redwood forest, beside the crashing waves of Pacific surf.