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Redwood in Spring

Summer is probably the best time to visit the Badlands, with warm weather and star-lit nights. We recommend early summer (June) to beat the crowds and the heat.

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Spring
Overview

Redwood in Spring is lovely with rising temperatures, less rain, and wildflowers blooming all over the park. Visitation is still low this time of year which makes it an ideal time to visit the park.

Spring Monthly Temperatures in Redwood National Park

March 58F / 45F
April 60F / 46F
May 66F / 52F
June 71F / 57F

Things to See in Redwood In Spring

Spring Activities in Redwood National Park

Spring in Redwood sees the park gaining new life. Wildflowers are blooming and wildlife is on the move. Popular Spring activities in Redwood National Park include:

  • Hiking one of the park’s beautiful trails.
  • Driving through the park’s scenic drives to soak in the beauty of the forests and ocean air.
  • Wildlife watching. The park’s resident elk population can be enjoyed year round.
  • Camping out on Gold Bluffs Beach.

Stout Grove | Redwood National Park, California

Interested in what Redwood is like during other times of the year? Check out our Redwood Seasons & Weather page to learn more about which season is best for your visit to the park. Our personal favorite is Summer but Spring & Fall are nice as well, and even Winter is mild compared to most of the other National Parks.

Redwood by Season

The Redwood Film

Redwood National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for good reason. A trip to this magical place is a must for every human on the planet. Journey with us as we explore the tallest trees on the planet. This is Redwood.​

https://youtu.be/LKavDOPMq4o

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