Just for Kids

At the Richardson Grove Visitor Center, you’ll find hands-on displays, friendly docents, and a schedule of activities. Most of the park’s ranger- or docent-led programs (including campfire talks, nature walks, and Junior Ranger programs) start up on Memorial Day weekend and end after Labor Day. Aimed at kids age 7 through 12, these programs offer games, crafts, hiking, and exploring with other children.

Redwood EdVentures imageRedwood EdVentures Fun for the entire family. Go on a self-guided treasure hunt in many North Coast redwood state parks, including Richardson Grove. Find the final clue and win a cool patch!

To enhance your visit, get a copy of California State Parks’ Adventure Guide. Download the guide, pick it up at the visitor center, or call 916-653-8959 to order a copy. It’s applicable to any state-park visit.

Before heading to Richardson Grove, explore the Redwoods Learning Center set up by Save the Redwoods League. It offers fun, redwood-themed activities, classroom tools, and ways to get involved in redwood protection. Redwoods bingo, anyone?