Redwood National Park encompasses about 139,000 acres of land in Humboldt County & Del Norte County, California. The national park is located close to Crescent City, the county seat of Del Norte County, which is the only city in the county that is incorporated.
This national park is most popularly known as the home of the tallest trees on earth, the Redwoods but the park has a lot of other natural features that attract people to the natural splendor of the park including almost 40 miles of rugged coastline, wild riverways, oak woodlands, and a wide variety of prairies.
More specifically, some of the biotas that you can see within the park include the giant green sea anemone, California sea lions, bald eagles, Roosevelt elk, and the banana slug. Besides the moist redwood groves, visitors can also see, salt-tolerant Sitka Spruce by the seaside, and open grasslands of the prairies.
If you would love to walk around the Redwood National Park with your pooch, you are welcome to do so, but you will need to abide by strict rules to maintain the good favor of the management in the park. Some of the basic rules and regulations that you are expected to adhere to include, ensuring that you follow B.A.R.K ranger rules.
Areas that you can go to with your dog include developed campgrounds like the Gold Bluffs Beach, Elk Prairie Campground, Mill Creek Campground and Jedediah Smith Campground. You can also visit the beaches (Gold Bluffs Beach, Freshwater Beach, Crescent Beach, and Hidden Beach) and gravel roads like the Walker Road and Cal Barrel Road.