Bring your binoculars! This is a great place to observe a variety of birds and marine life anytime of year. You might even catch a glimpse of migrating gray whales in the spring or fall. Seals will often be seen and heard as they rest on the sandspit at the mouth of the Klamth River. The overlook offers incredible sunset views if not hidden by fog.
There are picnic tables as well as interpretive signs that talk about this area's human history and wildlife.
This site also has the trailhead for the "Klamath Section" of the California Coastal Trail which goes north to the Lagoon Creek Day Use Area.
Road access is not suitable for larger recreational vehicles.
Klamath River Overlook
Redwood National Park