North Coast California Camping and RVing Information

Hike & Climb in Bodega Bay

Around the tip of Bodega Bay stands Bodega Head part of the Sonoma Coast State Park.  Here you will find trails to hike, vistas to photograph, whales to watch, a boat to captain, and the very best trees to climb!  Pack a picnic lunch and come prepared for wind.

Bodega Head Trails - A hike on Bodega Head offers some of the most beautiful vistas in the county. On a clear day you can see a panoramic view of Bodega Bay, the Sonoma and Marin coasts, Point Reyes peninsula, Tomales Point and beyond. The first trail follows the edge of the cliff around the headland.  The second trail is marked Bodega Head Trail. After passing a picnic table, you’ll see a side trail that goes down to a secluded beach.

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Skunk Train, Fort Bragg

Built as a logging railroad, the Skunk line began that year as a logical vehicle for moving massive redwood logs to the Mendocino Coast.

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Built as a logging railroad, the Skunk line began that year as a logical vehicle for moving massive redwood logs to Mendocino Coast sawmills from the rugged back country. Steam passenger service was started in 1904, extended to the town of Willits in 1911, and discontinued in 1925 when the self-powered, yellow "Skunk" rail cars were inaugurated. The little trains were quickly nicknamed for their original gas engines, which prompted folks to say, "You can smell 'em before you can see 'em."

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Trees of Mystery, Klamath

Directly in the center of the Redwood National and State Parks, visitors have been welcomed to this part of the world for over 50 years. 

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Roosevelt Elk, Orick

The largest and most visible land mammal in the northern redwood region. They can be found approximately 50 miles north of Eureka and 25 miles south of Crescent City.

Roosevelt elk are a major conservation success story.  Hunted nearly to extinction by North Coast settlers, there were only a few hundred animals left when conservation efforts began.  Now the elk number in the thousands and they are being reintroduced to many areas of their original range.  

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Fun Bus Tours, Klamath

Why drive yourself? Take an air conditioned modern, wide-bodied tour bus to view a variety of local attractions.

· Comfortable 2X2 seating
· Panorama-sized windows
· Full narration by your professional and knowledgeable driver
· State and National Redwood Parks

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Trinidad Bay Charters, Trinidad

36'Jumping Jack fishing boat will take you out for a thrilling fishing adventure. Light tackle fishing on California's beautiful North Coast. Rock fishing and other types available. View website to see calendar with space availability. Purchase your fishing license online.

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