Redwood Parks Conservancy (RPC) is a non-profit cooperating association established to foster understanding, enjoyment, and stewar
Remember the first time you gazed up at a Redwood while hiking through Lady Bird Johnson Grove at Redwood National and State Parks? Or saw a Roosevelt elk wandering through the prairie at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park? Some memories last a lifetime and Redwood Parks Conservancy wants to keep those memories alive for today and future generations, but we cannot do it without you.
Redwood Parks Conservancy connects people to the special places we support on California’s far north coast. We are the official nonprofit partner of Redwood National and State Parks, dedicated to supporting our partners, educating visitors, and sharing our passion for preserving our parks and public lands for the future. By joining Redwood Parks Conservancy, you pledge your support with your investment in the future of our public lands. Redwood National Park does not have an entry kiosk nor does it charge any day use fees as you would find at Yellowstone, Sequoia or most other National Parks. Donate the money you would have paid at an entry kiosk to Redwood Parks Conservancy, or become a member to stay connected and provide sustaining funding to our partners, the National Park Service, California Department of Parks and Recreation, the U. S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management at Headwaters Forest.
Benefits of membership include:
Redwood Parks Conservancy honors the discounts of many other cooperating parks associations from across the nation, and these associations will also honor Redwood Parks Conservancy discounts at their visitor center stores. Below is a pdf of cooperating associations with reciprocal discounts.
If you would like to help even further, please consider making an additional donation to Redwood Parks Conservancy and help us support all of our partners along California's North Coast. Please follow this link for more information. DONATE