An outdoor adventure in Del Norte County can be as peaceful as sitting on a bluff catching a glimpse of a rare and beautiful bird, or as exhilarating as rushing down Klamath River whitewater rapids. You can simply sit back and relax while driving through the redwoods on Howland Hill Road, taking a Fun Bus Tour, riding the Sky Trail above the treetops, or cruising the river on a Jet Boat Tour. But, if you’re more inclined to engage in challenging physical adventures, you can go kayaking, river and ocean fishing, surfing, and hiking and biking on our more strenuous trails. And there is so much in between like golfing, canoeing, birdwatching or having a picnic on the beach.
The goal of the game, which was started in the 1970s, is to complete each hole in the fewest number of throws. A golf disc is thrown from a tee area to a target, which is the hole. As the player advances down the fairway, the person needs to make each consecutive shot from the […]
Two wild and scenic rivers, the Smith and the Klamath are surrounded by giant redwoods and lush north coast forests. These rivers hold the most spectacular fishing stories of record-breaking chinook salmon and steelhead trout.
First Annual Noll Stand Up Paddle Race – May 16, 2015 New this year! Beginning at 9:30 A.M beach entry at Garths Beach.The race starts at 10:30am paddling 6 miles south along the beautiful Crescent City coast line, rounding the lighthouse and ending at the sand on the north side of South Beach.Three classes of board […]