Discounted Resident
General** (13-59)
Child (3-12)
Child (0-2) Free Free
Senior (60+)/Military (with ID)
EBT/BIC Card $4.00 $4.00
Zoo Members
Included with membership
Included with membership

*Humboldt County Residents Receive Discounted Admission (must show proof of residency – driver’s license, utility bill, lease agreement, paystub, etc.).

**Children 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by a paid adult (age 18+) to enter the Zoo and throughout their visit, including at all times on the Redwood Sky Walk. “Paid adult” includes adults 18+ with valid, unexpired admission, membership, or complimentary tickets.


Redwood Sky Walk

at the Sequoia Park Zoo
3414 W St, Eureka, CA 95503


Explore the Redwood Sky Walk

To help plan your visit in the trees, the Redwood Sky Walk Route Map shows the various platforms and bridges that make up the experience. There are no stairs, and the experience is ADA accessible aside from one (optional) 369-foot adventure segment, indicated in red on the route map. The portion of the experience that is ADA accessible is indicated in blue. The Redwood Sky Walk is just under 1/4 mile to the end and back.


To get the most out of your Redwood Sky Walk experience, be as quiet and still as possible. The more you look, the more you’ll see. Listen closely and you may hear animal sounds breaking the deep quiet. Inhale deeply and you’ll smell the moist, rich organic soil.

Help us maintain these magnificent trees for future generations to enjoy. Please stay safe, responsible, and respectful throughout your visit.

No reservation is required. The Redwood Sky Walk is included as part of your zoo admission.  Please be aware that during adverse weather (high winds and lightning) the Redwood Sky Walk may be forced to close.

Access to the Redwood Sky Walk is available through the Sequoia Park Zoo and follows their operating hours:

Summer Hours (April - September) - Open Daily 10:00am - 6:00pm, with last entry at 5:30pm

Winter Hours (October - March) - Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00am - 5:00pm, with last entry at 4:30pm

Please note, the Redwood Sky Walk and Sequoia Park Zoo sit inside a residential area.  For this reason, most visitors choose to arrive by car or bicycle. If you're visiting from out of town, there are a number of lodging options just a short distance away.

You are responsible for your ability to proceed and exit the Redwood Sky Walk. Please use caution if you are sensitive to heights. Failure to follow the rules may result in serious injury, death, or removal from the Redwood Sky Walk and the Sequoia Park Zoo.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult. Do not carry kids on shoulders, or sit them on railings.
  • Strollers are not permitted on the Redwood Sky Walk. Stroller parking is available at Gateway entrance.
  • No horseplay is allowed - this includes running, jumping, or bouncing on bridges.
  • Visitors should keep their feet on decking at all times. Do not climb, sit on, or lean over railings.
  • Bridges move! Visitors should watch their fingers on hardware and railings.
  • Do not touch, pet, or feel the Redwood trees. The bark is fragile and necessary for the tree's protection.
  • No food or drinks are allowed on the Redwood Sky Walk.
  • Visitors should keep their belongings secure. Do not drop or throw anything from the Redwood Sky Walk. Sequoia Park Zoo is not responsible for loss or damage to dropped items.
  • For the comfort of yourself and other visitors, a limit of 30 people per bridge and platform is suggested.

Redwoods are resilient but fragile. Touching increases the risk of damage and disease. Any carving, graffiti, or vandalism will result in a police report and expulsion from the Redwood Sky Walk and the Sequoia Park Zoo.

To report violations, please call or text 707-499-0388.

The Redwood Sky Walk was designed with extra care, planning, and attention to welcome every member of your party. There are no stairs, and the experience is ADA accessible with the exception of one optional 369-foot adventure segment. However, please be aware that some motorized accessibility devices may have trouble traversing the bridges or present other safety challenges. The Zoo has two wheelchairs that can be pushed by a helper. These are free to use on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The Redwood Sky Walk is accessed through the Sequoia Park Zoo, so around here, we love animals. Service animals, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, are always welcome (please check in at the zoo entrance if you have a service animal.) Unfortunately, however, we aren’t able to allow pets on the property.

Photography is allowed, and encouraged! Tag #RedwoodSkyWalk, #SequoiaParkZoo, and #VisitEureka on Instagram and Facebook. Be sure to also share your experience on Yelp, Tripadvisor, and Google. Please note that editorial coverage and commercial filming must be approved in advance. Visit the Media section of this website to submit a query and start the process.

No food or drink is allowed on the Redwood Sky Walk, but food and drinks are available at ECOS Café, located near the zoo entrance.

Smoking is prohibited on the Redwood Sky Walk and in the Sequoia Park Zoo. This includes vaping and electronic cigarettes.

The Redwood Sky Walk is available for private events and rentals, and we’d love to host your experience in the sky. To request your event date, contact the Sequoia Park Zoo.

There are no restrooms available on the Redwood Sky Walk. The closest restrooms are located at the Barnyard, located a short walk away from the Redwood Sky Walk entrance. Restrooms are also available near the Sequoia Park Zoo’s front gate.

Guests should be aware that the temperature on the Redwood Sky Walk can be as much as 10° cooler than the forest floor year-round. Your visit may be more enjoyable if you bring a light sweater, sweatshirt, or coat depending on the time of year. Eureka's ocean breezes can be felt year-round and the average daytime temperatures in this part of California average in the mid-50s and mid-60s year-round. The summer tends to be dry, sunny, and warmer while the winter months tend to be seasonably wet and cooler. However, unexpected weather patterns also occur so it's helpful to check the specific short-term forecast before your visit.

The Redwood Sky Walk at the Sequoia Park Zoo does not have a designated parking lot but offers ample street parking along W Street and adjacent streets. These spaces are either parallel or perpendicular. There are no spaces specifically designated for buses or trailers. These vehicles can park in any available place along the streets. A handicap designated space is located on Russell Street across the street from the Zoo entrance, aligned with the crosswalk.

Please do not leave valuables in your car while visiting the Sequoia Park Zoo and Redwood Sky Walk.