Robert Louis Stevenson State Park

Robert Louis Stevenson State Park

This 5,272-acre park is where the author of Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde spent his honeymoon back in the day. The parkland is mostly undeveloped, but there are two trails that lead to the top of Mt. St. Helena (4,341 feet) where on a clear day you can see Mt. Shasta and the Sierra Nevada mountains. 


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    This park is temporarily closed to cars, but it's still open to local residents who want to get some fresh air.


    Please practice social distancing of six feet or more when you're spending time outdoors 🌲

  • Reasons To Visit

    • Hiking trails
    • Biking trails