False Klamath Cove: South-bound Only

Waves break on rocks illuminated by soft sunset colours.
Sunset at False Klamath Cove

Photo / John Chao

Quick Facts
Next to HWY 101 halfway between Crescent City and Klamath.
Opportunities for beach walks and tide-pooling.
National Park

Beach/Water Access, Information, Parking - Auto, Trash/Litter Receptacles

This is a pull-out for south-bound vehicles only on a rugged beach on HWY 101. It also provides the opportunity to walk along the cobbled beach of False Klamath Cove. When conditions are right, there are some tidepooling opportunties on the northern part of the cove.

The pull-out on HWY 101 for south-bound drivers is on the ocean-side of the highway. There is no access for north-bound drivers. Great care by south-bound drivers is needed to safely make the pullout into and out of the parking area.

There are interpretive signs that talk about marine life that is found in this part of the coast.



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Last updated: April 21, 2022