Resources for Students
Places To Go
BLM Headwaters Forest Reserve
Where you can take an easy walk, do a family bike ride, go on a Quest, or visit the Headwaters Educational Center to learn about who used to live there.
California State Parks
This link will provide you with information about all the California State Parks and what cool things you can see, do or learn about at each of them.
Discover The Forest
Nature is closer than you think! Unplug and learn about what you can do in the forest to have fun, where you can go, how to protect it, and even learn from it!
Eel River Estuary
Bring your K-12 classes to the Eel River Estuary Preserve for a day of unforgettable outdoor education on this 1,200 acre nature preserve located along the Pacific Ocean.
Friends of the Dunes
Walk on the self-guided trails that connect the community with coastal dunes, forest, wetlands and beach habitats starting at the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center.
HSU Natural History Museum
Check out the collections, exhibits, and programs intended to enhance your understanding and appreciation of the dynamic natural world, and inspire you to get out and explore other magical places in northwest California.
This site will help you discover where to go and what to do around Humboldt County, whether you want to bike, hike, canoe, picnic, walk your dog or spot wildlife.
Redwood State & National Parks
Hiking, biking, camping, backpacking, horseback riding, fishing, and Ranger programs– its all here in Redwood State and National Parks, whether you want to be in the forest, at the beach or along a creek.
Save the Redwoods
If you want to visit Redwoods, Save the Redwoods offers you maps and more for Redwood areas all over the North Coast and anywhere Redwoods are found across California.
Sequoia Park Zoo
Sequoia Park Zoo is the only accredited zoological facility between San Francisco & southern Oregon with many opportunities to explore both within the Zoo and beyond, in its majestic redwood forest backdrop.