STANDISH-HICKEY SRA

MAPA and Team Standish are operating Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area (SRA) to keep it protected and open for public enjoyment and recreation.  The park staff is receiving praise from the public for the care and customer service to campers and visitors.

RESERVATIONS OPEN FOR 2014                         Call 707.925.6482707.925.6482

  • Winter Rates: All sites. $25 (9/16-5/14)
  • Summer Rates (5/15–9/15)  Map
  •  $25 – 25 map-designated sites near highway
  •  $30 -  Hickey and Rock Creek Loops
  •  $40  - Redwood Loop 7/1 – 9/9                (Call 707.925.6482707.925.6482 to verify )

 



Encompassing  1,012 acres of park lands with two miles of river frontage,   Standish-Hickey offers to travelers driving north on Highway 101 the   first chance to walk and sleep in old growth redwood groves and swim in a wild   and scenic river.

At the   "gateway to the tall trees country," the area offers camping,   picnicking, hiking, fishing, and swimming on the South Fork of the Eel   River which winds through the park for almost two miles. One of the few   virgin redwood-stands remaining in this area can be seen on the Grove   Trail, which is ADA compliant, as are several of the campsites.  Nearly ten miles of trails weave through steep canyon bluffs, second-growth forests and pockets of old-growth redwood and Douglas-fir. The fast-moving river—with its rapids, holes of varying depths, calm shallow areas, and cobblestone bed—is especially popular with both swimmers and anglers

.Location: Off of Highway 101, 1.5 miles north of Leggett, CA  Map

ENTRY STATION KIOSK: 707.925.6482

Temperature: Park visitors enjoy warm summer temperatures, varying between 70 and 100 degrees. Winter temperatures range from 20 to 75 degrees. Heavy coastal rainfall averages 70 inches per year.


 

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MAPA

Mendocino Area Parks Association

Appreciation through Education promotes Preservation

Celebrating 30 years of service in the support and protection of our local state parks!

Funding for MAPA's vital mission comes from grantors, fundraisers, special events, donations, memberships, visitor center operations, volunteers and our local communities.  This multifaceted team effort, along with collaboration of the Department of Parks and Recreation, makes possible the park improvement projects and natural and cultural history programs that inspire thousands of people each year, including the operation of Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area to keep the park protected and open for public camping and recreation. 

Thank you for your support!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 

Ford House Progressive Dinner: Saturday, May, 3rd, 2014

2014 Annual World Championship Abalone Cook Off: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

MAPA World Champion Abalone Cook-Off Photos & Updates