Humboldt Redwoods State Park In-Person Field Trip
Book an in-person field trip for Humboldt Redwoods State Park
In-Person field trips are available at Humboldt Redwoods State Park for both guided and self-guided field trips. See Below for details:
A self-guided field trip is independently facilitated by K-12 educators, chaperones or youth program group leaders without the support of California State Park staff. (See the calendar below for details)
A guided field trip is facilitated by California State Park Interpreters who's work is focused on sharing the natural, cultural, and historical resources for the park. (See below for details)
Guided Field Trips:
Join us for a 2-3 hour guided field trip activity at Humboldt Redwoods State Park! During your field trip, you will get to choose the areas of focus that will guide your experience. Students will get to learn about the park’s natural and cultural heritage, and its importance to the world, by exploring our redwood forest, its habitats, stories, and places. From the Eel River watershed to women’s redwood conservation herstory, old-growth redwood forests have something for everyone. Throughout the program students will expand their sense of place, participate in group learning activities and games, explore scientific concepts and techniques in the field. Our program aims to encourage students to make connections between historic redwood conservation actions and modern social justice movements. Field Trip activities will vary depending on the grade and teacher field trip objectives.
Teachers may choose 2 of the following topics: