North Coast of California: False Klamath Cove, Redwood National Park


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False Klamath Cove, Redwood National Park
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False Klamath Cove is a narrow strip of dark grey sand, 0.6 miles long, mostly in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park apart from the southern tip which is part of Redwood National Park; this is the most photogenic section on account of a dark-water pool, lined with bleached white driftwood, backed by steep a hillside covered with verdant vegetation. All of the cove is popular, as this is the only location within the redwood parks where US 101 runs directly along the coast. Activities include fishing, bird watching and walking along the beach.

Location: Redwood National Park





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