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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Birdwatching in Del Norte County

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A Bird Watcher Paradise – 422 Species in One Tiny County


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Boating in Del Norte County

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Boating in Del Norte County includes just about everything, from Kayaking to Sailing the Pacific Coast. Click here for some important information.


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Boat Rentals, Ramps and Supplies

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Need a boat or a place to park one? How about Supplies? These businesses can help you out!


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Camping in the Redwood National and State Parks

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Redwood National and State Parks offer four developed campgrounds, three in the redwood forest and one on the ocean


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Camping in the Smith River National Recreation Area (NRA)

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The Smith River National Recreation Area, makes up part of the Six Rivers National Forest. The wild, jade-green Smith River offers excellent fishing for steelhead, trout, and salmon. It was named Daily Triplicate’s 2007 Readers Choice Winner for Best fishing. Aside from the excellent fishing, enjoy hiking, birdwatching, wildflower walks, swimming and rafting. Developed campgrounds […]


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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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Crescent City Harbor

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Crescent City has a large harbor docked primarily with commercial fishing vessels. Visitors can walk the harbor, purchase fresh tuna and crab off local boats, experience the cuisine of several restaurants with ocean views and enjoy the whimsical behavior of local harbor seals and sea lions. Fishing enthusiasts can even reserve charter boats at the […]


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