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Crescent City Travelodge
353 L Street, Crescent City, CA 95531;
Location: Downtown where US 101 crosses 3rd Street
This north coast hotel is located close to the harbor, great dining, shops, fishing, lighthouse,
and the nicest beaches in Northern California. Additionally, the Travelodge Crescent City
is across from McDonalds and near Dennys Restaurant, shopping and theatres.
The Travelodge Crescent City is a short walk to the beach and harbor, and minutes to the
worlds tallest Redwood trees, the famous "Drive Through Tree",
Redwood National Park, Ocean World, and Trees of Mystery.
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Redwood National Park
The Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) features the largest trees on the planet.
But there are many other matural features that contribute to this unique ecosystem.
Since the early 1930's, Klamath has been the secret vacation retreat for outdoor adventurers.
Find over 1200 RV and camping sites, one of the states largest river, Redwood National
and State parks and miles of uncrowded beaches.
Six Rivers National Forest - Crescent City
Six Rivers National Forest lies east of Redwood State and National Parks
in northwestern California, and stretches southward from the Oregon border for about 140 miles.
It encompasses 957,590 National Forest acres and 133,410 acres of other ownership.
Klamath National Forest
1,700,000-acres federal forest reserve in Siskiyou County (CA) and Jackson County (OR).
Beautiful Klamath Forest and its meandering mountain rivers is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Pelican Beach California
Pelican Beach offers beautiful ocean views from its undeveloped location next to the Oregon border.
The beach has the distinction of being the northern-most state beach.
Tolowa Dunes State Park
This park takes in some of the finest wetlands habitat on California’s northern coast.
This is an ancient sand dune complex that has evolved into several distinct ecological communities.
North Coast Marine Mammal Center
private Non-Profit Organization dedicated to Rescue and Rehabilitation of stranded, sick or injured seals and sea lions.
The Center was founded and incorporated in 1983 by a Veterinarian, Dennis Wood D.V.M.
Ocean World Aquarium
Private aquarium built on a barge in 1964 and since moved to land. Over a half million gallons of sealife exhibits
including sharks, sea lions, rays and wolf eels. Also look for the shark petting pool, tide pools and sea lion shows.
There is also the 45-minute guided tour.
Battery Point Lighthouse
Battery Point is a small islet just off the coast from the harbor that can be accessed
by an isthmus at low tide. The lighthouse tower was built in 1856 after a shipwreck.