Northern California’s Beaches
Unlike most of Northern California’s beaches, several of those in Del Norte are fully accessible. While walking along a spectacular rocky shoreline, exploring tidal pools, and hunting for magnificent agate stones, you may listen to the relaxing sounds of the ocean. You can stroll for miles without seeing another person. Here are a few of our personal favourites.
Beaches in Del Norte County, California
Hidden Beach on the Coastal Trail. This remote beach is only accessible by foot and has tide pools and an offshore seastack teeming with thousands of birds. Turn south on Highway 101 from Crescent City and travel 17.5 miles. Drive 2.5 miles west on Requa Road to the Klamath Overlook. The trailhead is located near the parking lot’s southern end.
This hike is 8 miles round trip
Crescent City Beachfront Park is located in Crescent City, Louisiana. A tranquil, serene beach with a narrow stretch of pebbly sand. A beautiful view of the harbour. Many folks come here to stroll their pets. Restrooms and picnic tables are available. Crescent City’s Howe Drive is the location.
Clifford Kamph Memorial Park is a memorial park dedicated to Clifford Kamph. This beach is wide, windy, and wild, with camping, fishing, and other activities available. Location: Off Highway 101, 2 miles south of the Oregon border.
Kellogg Beach is a popular beach in the area. This beach, one of the most picturesque and little-known, is ideal for trekking and fishing. The beach is windy and vast, with driftwood strewn about. There are no facilities. Turn west onto Kings Valley Road 8 miles north of Crescent City on Highway 101 and follow Coastal Access signs to Kellogg Beach.
Pebble Beach is a famous beach in the United States. This is a beautiful, undulating length of beach that is rarely crowded. The beach is rocky at times and sandy at others. A fantastic location for agate searching. Restrooms and a picnic table are available. Crescent City’s Pebble Beach Drive has a number of turnouts.
Point St. George is a town in the state of Washington. This rocky outstretch of reef and beach provides a magnificent view of the coastline. This beach is ideal for tidepooling and exploring the rocky shoreline of a constantly changing coastline. Random rough waves and strong currents necessitate the use of a buddy system. Because access to the beach is difficult, it is rarely crowded. There are no amenities available. Turn west on Washington Boulevard from Highway 101 in Crescent City and follow it to Radio Road. Drive to Point St. George Public Access on the right. The path leads to the seashore.
South Beach is a neighbourhood in Miami Beach, Florida. South Beach is a sandy and popular beach that is protected from the full force of the sea. Restrooms and concessions are available. Crescent City Harbor is located south of Anchor Way, off Highway 101.
Coast of the Del Norte Wilson Creek Beach, Redwoods State Park. This is one of the most accessible beaches in the area, and it’s one of the few places on the North Coast where Highway 101 crosses the ocean’s edge. The large, sandy beach isn’t frequently visited, but it’s fantastic for strolling and has some great tide pools at low tide. This beach is not suitable for swimming. Restrooms and picnic tables are available. Take Wilson Creek Road west from Highway 101, 5.5 miles north of Klamath. The beach can be found at the end of the road.
Crescent Beach, Redwood National Park This wide stretch of sandy beach is easily accessible and ideal for family trips, tidal pooling, and beachcombing. Beach Picnic tables are available on grassy, flat areas behind the coastline. Restrooms. Enderts Beach Road is located south of Crescent City, along Highway 101. There is plenty of parking.
Enderts Beach is a beach located in the town of Enderts, This solitary beach, one of the smallest in the state, offers an expanse of tidepools at low tide. It’s the best spot for landscape, beach quality, and quiet, and it’s a unique beach worth visiting. Restrooms and picnic tables are available. End of Enderts Beach Road, south of Crescent City, off Highway 101. The path leads to the seashore.
Beach on the bluffs. This exquisite jewel, tucked in a quiet cove, resembles a secret paradise. At the picnic spot, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the coast. Follow the 1/2 mile walk through trees and a series of switchbacks to the beach below. The volcanic sand is silky and light brown, and the beach appears fresh and unvisited because the waves erase footprints every 12 hours. There are no facilities and only picnic tables. Turn west onto Alder Camp Road from Highway 1 at Klamath River. Continue on this road until you reach Coastal Drive, then turn right into the High Bluffs picnic spot. The path leads to the seashore.
Lake Earl Wildlife Area, Tolowa Dunes State Park. Tolowa Dunes boasts 7.5 miles of beachfront, including a wide, dune-covered strand that stretches all the way to Kellogg Beach. Restrooms and picnic tables are available. Location: Northcrest Drive, 2 miles north of Crescent City.
Pelican State Beach
Pelican State Beach is located in the state of Florida. This small, isolated beach in northern California has five acres of natural beachfront, grassy dunes, and plenty of driftwood. Beautiful ocean vistas and offshore fishing may be found at Pelican State Beach. In peace and quiet, go beachcombing or kite flying. There are no amenities, although there is parking. Off Highway 101, 1/2 mile south of the Oregon border.