Crescent City / Redwoods KOA Recreation

Local Area Recreation Near Crescent City / Redwoods KOA

Hiking

Hiking

Enjoy a variety of hikes in the majestic Redwood National and State Parks along the beautiful Pacific Coast. We provide several self-guided tours for our Guests with detailed directions to help you make the most of your visit. These tours will take you to the best trails for discovering and viewing the magical old growth Redwood Forests of northern California. We also have self-guided tours for hiking the dunes in the Lake Earl Wildlife area.

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Battery Point Lighthouse

Battery Point Lighthouse

Visit Battery Point Lighthouse. First lit with oil lamps in 1856, it is the oldest working lighthouse in California and can be accessed by foot at low tide. Our Knowledgeable and Friendly Staff can help you find your way, stop by the Kampstore for info and directions!

Fishing

Fishing

Fish for salmon and steelhead in the wild and scenic Smith or Klamath Rivers. Ocean fish from the pier, shore or boat. Our local Outfitters at Englund Marine are a great resource for knowledge and gear.

Biking

Biking

Bike on one of the many trails in the Redwood National Forest or along our pristine beaches.

Golf

Golf

Salmon Run 99040 South Bank Chetco River Road Brookings, Oregon 97415, Phone: 877-423-1234 Fax: 541-469-4889

Del Norte Golf Course 130 Club Drive Crescent City, CA 95531, Phone: 707-458-3214, 9 holes, semiprivate

Eagle's Nest Golf Course 22112 Klamath River Road Klamath River, CA 96050, Phone: 530-465-2424, 9 holes, public

Kings Valley Golf Course 3030 Lesina Road Crescent City, CA 95531, Phone: 707-464-2886, 9 holes, semiprivate

Lighthouses

Lighthouses

Battery Point Crescent City Lighthouse - Visit Battery Point Lighthouse, first lit with oil lamps in 1856, it is the oldest working lighthouse in California and can be accessed by foot at low tide.

St. George Reef Lighthouse - Five miles off the California coastline, the St. George Reef Lighthouse can be viewed from the Brother Jonathan Vista Point on Pebble Beach Drive in Crescent City.

Crabbing and Clamming

Crabbing and Clamming

Crab pots are available to rent at Englund Marine along with other Fishing gear. Stop by the Kampstore for info and directions!

Swimming

Swimming

Swim in the wild and scenic Smith River just a few miles from our Campground. You can also enjoy the 90 foot waterslide at the Crescent City indoor community pool. For swim times and info visit the pool website.

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Elk Viewing and Bird Watching

Elk Viewing and Bird Watching

Admire Roosevelt Elk at Elk Prairie; watch the many beautiful birds at Lake Earl Wildlife Reserve.

Summer Festivals and Fairs

Summer Festivals and Fairs

Various festivals and the annual Del Norte County Fair calendar of events can be viewed and printed at http://delnorte.org.

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Redwood Forest

Redwood Forest

Del Norte County has more old growth Redwood trees per acre than any other place in the world. Visit Del Norte County and its pristine trails and Redwood Forests to experience the true magic of the Redwoods.

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

Crescent City Trail Rides, located in Crescent City, California, offers rides in the Tolowa Dunes State Park and Mill Creek area of the Redwood National and State Parks, ranging from beach to redwood forest. 707-951-5407

Hawk's Rest Ranch offers trail rides on this pioneer homestead located in Gold Beach, Oregon. Beach rides are also available. 541-247-6423

Redwood Creek Buckarettes is located in Orick, California, and offer guided horseback rides into the Redwood National Park. 707-499-2943

Bigfoot Hunting

Bigfoot Hunting

Also known as Sasquatch, the Bigfoot Trail (not for the casual hiker) takes hikers through scenic areas like Red Buttes Wilderness. (Infrared cameras not supplied)

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Ocean Beaches

Ocean Beaches

The beautiful Pacific Ocean is an integral part of the beauty of Del Norte. Enjoy a variety of beaches along our Coastline. The unique terrain allows for many different types of experiences within just a few miles of each other. From playing in the sand and surf or rock hunting, our self guided tours will help you explore.

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