One of the most accessible beaches in the area, this is one of those rare points where Highway 101 flirts with the ocean’s edge on the North Coast. The wide, sandy beach is not visited often, but is great for strolling and has some excellent tide pools at low tide. This beach is not swimmer-friendly. Restrooms and picnic tables.
Location: From Highway 101, 5.5 miles north of Klamath, take Wilson Creek Road west. Beach is at the end of the road.
2007 Daily Triplicate’s Readers Choice Award Winner Best Asian Food: Chinese
Hours: Tues–Thurs and Sun 11:30 am–9 pm, Fri-Sat 11:30 am– 9:30pm, Closed Mon
In the heart of the Giant Redwoods, these one, two, and three bedroom cabins provide a wonderful spot to explore the Klamath River. These forest cabins have Cable TV, VCR, WiFi Access and deluxe kitchens.
We are a privately owned business located in Smith River CA approximately 9 miles south of Brookings Oregon and 18 miles north of Crescent City CA.
XUS Ziplines, located 18 miles north of Crescent City, currently offers 6 lines ranging from 400 to 600 feet in length with a total of 2,800 feet for your zipline experience. For more information please visit their website.
Chamber of Commerce Annual Gala Awards Banquet
• Portuguese Community Valentine’s Dinner
• Rowdy Creek Fish Hatchery Steelhead Derby
• Chamber of Commerce Economic Summit
• Crescent City Jaycees 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament
• St. Joseph Parish Corned Beef & Cabbage Feed
• Community Assistance League Charity Silver Ball
• Redwood Wild River Run
- Jaycess Easter Egg Hunt – Sunday, April 5
- This annual event for children ages 0 – 12 will be held at Kids Town in Beachfront Park, starting at noon.
- Model Railroad Day – Saturday, April 11
- Presented by Del Norte Short Line Model Railroad Club, this tour will take you to see model railroads in Crescent City. Donations benefit the work of the Crescent City Lions Club. Contact John Foster, (707) 951-7520, for more information.
- Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness
Local Roots Showcase – Saturday, April 11
- DNACA presents local musicians tonight at Crescent Elk Auditorium at 7:30pm. This fundraising performance will feature four local/regional groups in a variety of musical styles. Admission is by season ticket; however, individual tickets are $20.00 for general admission, $15.00 for seniors or $12.00 for students. For more information, call 707-464-1336
- 15th Annual Youth & Family Fair – Saturday, April 18
- Bring your family and enjoy a wide variety of free activities and entertainment at the Del Norte County Fairground from 11:00am – 2:00pm. There will be a lot to see and do.
- This annual event aims to educate and entertain, is designed to create community awareness about child abuse and prevention and is meant to provide a more proactive, positive approach to the subject. It also gives families the opportunity to participate in something together, as constant positive family interaction is a strong prevention of child abuse.
- Ruby Van Deventer Wildflower Show – Friday, April 24 – Saturday, April 25
- This free two-day Wildflower Show will be held at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds from 11:00am – 5:00pm on Friday and 10:00am – 5:00pm on Saturday. For more information, contact Rick at 707-457-3485.
- Tall Ships Festival – Friday, April 24 – Tuesday, April 28
- The Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will be visiting the Crescent City Harbor. They will be offering dockside tours of the ships, two sunset/evening sails, one two-hour adventure sail and two three-hour battle sails. For more information or to purchase tickets, check out their website calendar or call 1 (800) 200-5239.
- Symphony by the Sea – Sunday, April 26
- The Curry/Del Norte Orchestra will be performing at 3:00pm at Elk Valley Rancheria. John Webster is the director. A variety of music will be presented.
Admission is $10.00 for adults and free for students through grade 12. Tickets can be purchased at Del Norte Office Supply or at the door.
The orchestra is sponsored by the Curry/Del Norte Orchestra Guild, Southwestern Oregon Community College and orchestra patrons living on the southern Oregon and northern California coasts. Orchestra members are local musicians from Curry and Del Norte counties and beyond who volunteer their time and talents to make this orchestra possible.
Call Nancy, 707-487-5760, for more information.
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 sizes:
12ft. and under
12ft. to 14ft.
and 14 ft. and overQuestions?
Contact Rhyn Noll on facebook, Rhyn Noll.
Lighthouse Repertory Theatre Gala – May 16, 2015
|In tandem with the Noll Stand Up Paddle Race, Lighthouse Repertory Theatre presents their Annual Gala. With a beach/surf style theme, you will enjoy Polynesian foods while serenaded by a steel band.The Mudsharks Band will provide rock/jazz/blues for dancing. Bid on your favorite auction items.Tickets will be available in advance at Del Norte Office Supply for $25 or for $30 at the door.All proceeds benefit the Lighthouse Repertory Theatre’s Building Fund for the performing arts center on G Street.Beach attire is encouraged!
May 16, 2015
2nd Annual Wild Rivers Coast Conscious Living Expo – May 16, 2015
|Celebrating resilient community, sustainability, permaculture, holistic health, environmental stewardship, alternative energy, local goods & good ol’ fashioned FUN!Featuring:
Aquaponics, Local Food, Food Forests, Outdoor Education, Native Artisans, Water Issues, Aromatherapy, Massage, Energy Healing, Essential Oils, Music, Ping Pong, & Drum Circles
May 16, 2015
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