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About Del Norte

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Del Norte County, The Real Northern California and part of America’s Wild River Coast, is world-renowned for its towering ancient redwoods, the pristine waters of its wild and scenic Klamath Smith rivers, world-class fishing, and exceptional bird watching.


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Accessible, Beautiful, Relaxing Del Norte County Itineraries

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If you to want relax on vacation by taking scenic drives through the redwoods and along the Pacific coastline, taking leisurely walks along an easily accessible beach or forest trail, witnessing the wildlife, or enjoying a local attraction, Del Norte County is the place. Private vehicles can be driven slowly through ancient redwood forests and […]


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Angling and Fisheries Organizations

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Here you will find a helpful list of organization for fishermen. Included are Fishing Societies, weather and oceanographic information, state regulations and more. Use these links to plan and your next fishing trip in Del Norte County. Angling/Fisheries Organizations American Fisheries Society – www.fisheries.org Sportfishing Association of California – www.sacemup.org sportfishingreport.com – www.sportfishingreport.com United Anglers […]


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April Showers Bring Much More than Flowers

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Spring showers trigger frenzy of change to the landscape of Del Norte County, from rivers swelling wildly to flowers erupting in a sudden display of wondrous color. Whether you watch a storm wreak havoc on the coastline, wander the beach after it passes, ride the rapids it creates or admire the wildflowers it summons, there […]


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Art Galleries in Del Norte County

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Del Norte County is home to many artisans and artists


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Beachcombing Lake Earl Wildlife Area

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Tolowa Dunes includes a broad, dune-covered strand that runs into Kellogg Beach. Location: 2 miles north of Crescent City, off Northcrest Drive.


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Canoeing in Del Norte County

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Float down a river relaxing to the sound of the water and enjoying the unspoiled scenery.


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Canoeing the Klamath

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The westernmost part of the Klamath River is calm, which is suitable for canoeing.


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Canoeing the Lake Earl Wildlife Area

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One of California’s most productive wetlands, this lake is a perfect spot for canoeing


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Coastal Trail – Hidden Beach

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Only accessible by foot, this isolated beach offers tide pools and an offshore seastack covered with thousands of birds.


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