Lagoon Creek        5.6 miles away


This northwest facing beach acts like a hook and catches driftwood that is thrown ashore during storms. Near the beach is the Lagoon Creek Picnic area where there is a large lagoon pond, parking lot, picnic tables, and restrooms. It's also known as "False Klamath Cove."


Address: Redwood Highway, Klamath, CA 95548


Activities
Beachcombing, birdwatching, surfing, and fishing

Amenities
Picnic tables, restrooms, driftwood, trails, wetlands


Pet Policy
Dogs allowed on leash on the beach but NOT on Yurok trail

Fees
Free parking

Klamath Beach        2.2 miles away


Klamath Beach is on a huge sand spit on the south side of the Klamath River mouth in Del Norte County. This driftwood-covered spit protects the entrance to the river making it safer for boating, fishing, and swimming.


Take exit 768 (Klamath Beach Road) and head

west. You’ll find shoulder parking where

the road turns south and becomes Coastal Drive.

There's a gated road that leads right onto the beach.

Walk past this gate and you’ll find some Native

American structures signed as Yurok Ceremonial

Grounds. They are great to look at but be careful

around these delicate wooden buildings. The route

from here sometimes gets choked off by high tide

where the river bends behind the beach. Be

prepared to take off your shoes and wade through

water on your way to the beach. The route from here

sometimes gets choked off by high tide where the river bends behind the beach. Be prepared to take off your shoes and wade through water on your way to the beach. Once on the beach you can walk either North or South to the mouth of the river.


PLEASE NOTE: RVs are not allowed past the second RV park on Klamath Beach Road - it is narrow and there is no turnaround - don't get stuck!


Activities
Beachcombing, fishing, surfing, birdwatching, swimming, camping

Amenities
River, driftwood, restrooms, Native American structures, campground

Pet Policy
No dogs allowed

Fees
Free parking

Klamath River RV PArk rv park and fishing

redwoods national park

Nearby

    Beaches

Hidden Beach        5.3 miles away


Hidden Beach is a small cove beach located below a tree-covered hillside. This is a wonderful beach with huge rocks in the surf and driftwood logs piled up along the back. It requires a hike to access so it's rarely busy. There are three trailheads available.


Address: Redwood Highway, Klamath, CA 95548


Activities
Beachcombing, birdwatching, swimming, camping

Amenities
Trails, picnic tables, driftwood


Pet Policy
No dogs allowed

Fees
Free parking at all three trailheads

High Bluff Beach  1.9 miles away
The amazing High Bluff Overlook is an ocean vista point and picnic area in Redwood National Park south of the Klamath River. High Bluff and Flint Ridge Camp are part of the Coastal Drive Scenic Loop. Walk, hike, or ride your bike on the old closed section of Coastal Drive just south of High Bluff Overlook.


Take exit 768 (Klamath Beach Road) and head

west. Turn left on Alder Camp Road. Turn right

when you reach the end of the road and follow

the signs.

PLEASE NOTE: RVs are not allowed past the

second RV park on Klamath Beach Road -

it is narrow and there is no turnaround -

don't get stuck!


Activities
Whale watching, hiking, wildlife watching,

beach exploration, camping

Amenities
Restrooms, picnic tables, overlook, historic WWII station, trails, campground

Klamath River Rv Park Rv Park And Fishing

Klamath River RV Parkin Klamath, CA

5.3 Miles Away