Anchor Beach Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... scarcity of tourists is most noticeable speaking perhaps to the relative remoteness of this part of California. The one exception is Trees of Mystery in Klamath on the Redwood Highway south of Crescent City. A somewhat rundown redwood "theme park" (all be it with an excellent small museum with artefacts from early explorers, settlers and local native American tribes) with its themed redwood ...
... to ourselves. It was my intent to collect beautiful west coast seashells but there were none, just very fine grained sand and pools of seawater trapped in the gullies of the ebbing tide.
The winding road of the Pacific Coast scenic byway led us to the whale watch overlook at the Umpqua lighthouse. We ate sandwiches and watched the waves break and roll up the shore of the beach far below. An elderly gentleman, a local who frequents the ...
... to catch in Nanamio. We meet up with Laura and Jody at the ferry terminal who will also be joining us on this road-trip, but taking a separate vehicle. We make the crossing and get to the border around 8, making it through smoothly we stop at the first gas station for a quick coffee and gas fuel up before getting on the I-5 and heading due south. Of course I loose Laura and Jody on the highway because they stopped just after ...
... bridge. It was nice to get out and move around and the bridge was neat. The bridge gave an amazing view of a 70 ft high super powerful looking and sounding waterfall called Drift Creek Falls. I don’t think that anything living would make it over the waterfall and live to tell about it because it emptied out onto a bed of sharp rocks.
Back in the car and on the coast we continued south. Our next stop was at Seal Rock State Park. We thought it would be a good place to get ...
... 8km down a dirt road is Gold's Bluff Beach. Here you set up camp in the dunes at a spot where the redwoods stand like lighthouses on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It also turned out be a great place to spot Elk, and do a bit of hiking. About 3km from the campground was the amazing Fern Canyon, which Hollywood chose as a setting for part of Jurassic Park II.
I really enjoyed the Redwood Forests. Walking around ...