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 Battery Point Lighthouse, first lit with oil lamps in 1856, is an active lighthouse with a residence and keeper. It serves as a private aid to navigation. Legends and Its Beauty Great stories about the Lighthouse and Native American legends about the Island have been crafted over time. A resident ghost is even said […]
Each type of fishing and each area differs. For the best chances of catching your limit, check out these guides to the best times of the year for each area! Freshwater Fishing Smith River For Salmon and Steelhead Trout the best times are January – March With special regulations you can fish for Cut-Throat Trout […]
Interested in Birdwatching? Click here for sample itineraries and where to find more information about the 422 species of birds that can be found in Del Norte County.