Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park

The main entrance to Henry Cowell is located off Highway 9 one mile south of Felton.

The Henry Cowell Campground is located on Graham Hill Road, 3.2 miles north of Santa Cruz.

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is seeking volunteers who want to assist visitors and share the natural and cultural history of the park. To inquire about joining the Henry Cowell docent volunteer staff, please call (831) 335-7077.

Ultimate Virtual Tour of Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park virtual tour. This park is one of the amazing wonders of California. Henry Cowell boasts four natural habitats, each with its own distinct and beautiful characteristics. This presentation represents one year of photographic work and includes bonus shots of Fall Creek, a separate part of Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park. Enjoy and see you in the park!

Henry Cowell Activities & Information

Explore this San Lorenzo Valley gem with its ancient redwood grove, three different ecosystems, and a variety of plants and animals you're not likely to find anywhere else in the world.

Henry Cowell Events

Sponsored by California State Parks

& Mountain Parks Foundation


For more information about these events call (831) 335-7077 or email Steven Ellmore.

Henry Cowell Camping

We understand that for many of you, your ultimate park experience at Henry Cowell includes camping in our beautiful forests.  While we do not handle camping reservations at Mountain Parks Foundation, we have included several links to help connect you to the reservation services you need.

Henry Cowell Hiking

Henry Cowell has about 20 miles of trails, ranging from 0.4 miles long to 3.3 miles long. Some trails are very steep. Terrain varies from forest to chaparral. Here you can find information about trail names, distances and hiking-time durations for many popular trails. 

Henry Cowell History

Learn all about the many incarnations of Henry Cowell before it became a State Park. From Rancheros to Resort, the park had competing public and private interests that helped to inspire the natural presevation movement.

Henry Cowell FAQs

Before you visit Henry Cowell, get some answers to your many questions. From where to walk your dog to finding maps of the park, you can find it right here.

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525 North Big Trees Park Road, Felton, CA 95018
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