|Facilities: Nickel Creek Campground provides vault toilets, fire rings, and picnic tables.|
Best Time To Visit: Nickel Creek Campground is open year round.
Fees: No fee is charged.
Rules: Use the campground bear-proof lockers for food and all scented items, dispose of garbage immediately in bear proof trash cans, carry a bear proof canister when backpacking, keep a clean camp at all times, never feed bears, if a bear approaches or stands up, wave your arms and shout. DO NOT RUN!, please report any sightings to a park ranger, a fed bear is a dead bear, Pets are not allowed on any trails. Pets must remain on a leash under six feet (2 m) in length and be under your control and all times. Leashed pets are allowed at Crescent and Gold Bluffs beaches, all road-accessible picnic areas, the parking area of Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center, the Freshwater Lagoon Spit, and state park campgrounds and roads. Only guide animals are allowed in park buildings or at interpretive programs. Keep dogs away from any dead fish that may be found along the river banks. Raw salmon, if eaten, is extremely toxic.
Directions: To reach Redwoods National Park from Crest City take Highway 101 out of town for 43.8 miles going south, the entrance to the visitors center will be on your left.
Map: Click here for a map to Nickel Creek Campground
Reservations: Nickel Creek Campground does not accept reservations; all campsites are on a first come-first, first-served basis.