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Region of the Yurok Tribe

Yurok- Owned Businesses


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Redwood Hotel Casino is the perfect place to rest and relax in Redwood National and State Parks. The Redwood Hotel Casino is worthy of its majestic surroundings…after all, it’s right in the heart of The Park! The Redwood Hotel Casino delivers the high standards you count on from a Holiday Inn Express. After of day of adventuring, a clean and comfortable room packed with amenities is the best way to rest and re-energize. Make Redwood Hotel Casino your home base for adventures in the parks, the coast or on the Klamath River. Start the day with a hot complimentary breakfast and you’re just minutes from the trail or beach! JEnd your day at the adjacent Abalone Bar and Grill, where you will find a diversity of delightful dinner options and an equally broad selection of distinctively delicious beverages made by the Yurok Tribe’s Mad River Brewery, the producer of the best hand-crafted ales on the West Coast. Just passing through? Make the Redwood Hotel Casino a welcomed break from the road. All the amenities a weary traveler could need are right here: great rooms, the inviting Abalone Bar & Grill and a service station. At the Redwood Hotel Casino, your Yurok hosts will do everything possible to make you feel huem-chor (welcome) and make your stay enjoyable. To make a reservation at Redwood Hotel Casino call (707) 482-1777.

Redwood Hotel Casino

Blue Creek Guide Service - The Klamath River, Lower Trinity River, and Smith River in Northern California offer some of the finest fishing in the world. Blue Creek Guide Service is one of the very few Yurok-run guide services on these prime fishing rivers. The Carlson family has lived on the Klamath River for many generations and has a deep understanding of the rivers and the fish of this region For more information (click) Blue Creek Guide Service

Spey-Gee Point Guide Service - Spey-Gee Point Guide Service is operated by life-long Klamath River fisherman Thomas Willson. In addition to a world-class, Klamath salmon and steelhead guide service, Spey-Gee Point Guide Service also offers a stay in luxurious cabin nestled on the banks of the beautiful Klamath RIver. For more information on the fishing and lodging  opportunities (click) Spey-Gee Point Guide Service

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Riverside RV Park

Book a spot right on the banks of the mighty Klamath River. Enjoy world class chinook salmon fishing, wildlife viewing and endless hiking opportunities among the tallest redwood trees in the world. NOW with WIFI & PET FRIENDLY!

To book your space, call (707) 482-1111.

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Fishing, Boating, rafting, hiking, kayaking are just a few of the fun things to do while visiting Klamath California. Located at 145 Alder Camp Rd, Klamath, CA. For reservations call (707) 482-0153.

Redwood RV Park

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The Requa Inn is the most unique and historical bed and breakfast in the Redwood National Park. At the mouth of the Klamath River along California's northcoast, the Historic Requa Inn offers a special lodging experience in the heart of California's Redwoods and less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean. In fact, we were named one of National Geographic Traveller's 2009 "Stay List" - a collection of 129 of the must stay places in the United States, Canada and Mexico; earned a 2010 Fodors Choice Distinction from Fodor's Travel; and was recently featured as a great Northern California redwoods getaway by the ever popular Weekend Sherpa.

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The Requa Resort is a full-service campground located just above the Klamath River's confluence with the ocean. The Resort boasts beautiful views of one the California's most pristine estuaries. There are ample opportunities for fishing, hiking, birding and simply relaxing on the beach, during the summer months. The resort is fully-equipped with full RV-hook-ups for power and sewage, picnic tables, barbeque pits, hot showers, a convenience store and more. The Resort is open all year.
To book your space, call (707) 482-0657.

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Day Trips

Su-Mêg Village

Visit the recreated Yurok seasonal village - "Su-Mêg" - consisting of traditional style family houses, a sweathouse, changing houses, a redwood canoe, and a dance house. Located at Patrick’s Point State Park, the re-constructed village site is used to share Yurok culture with the public. It is also used for yearly Yurok traditional ceremonies. Modern amenities nearby include: a parking area, a covered cooking shelter, and picnic tables. The village is open every day to the public.


Hidden Beach Trail

Part of the Coastal Trail, this beautiful 4 mile hike follows coastal bluffs to Lagoon Creek. Turn West from Highway 101 onto Requa Road to get started.

Scenic Drive

Klamath Beach Drive is a dirt road and has an alternate route for trailers and RV's at Alder Camp Road (see map). Enjoy unobstructed views of the mouth of the Klamath and the ocean below at several overlooks. At one overlook, a trail leads to a World War II-era Radar station disguised as a farmhouse and barn. Eight miles down the road you will connect with the Newton B. Drury Scenic Byway in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, home to a resident herd of Roosevelt Elk.

Fern Canyon

Fern Canyon is one of the most spectacular hikes on the north coast. It is a very narrow, very steep rock canyon - draped in lush ferns- in the middle of an old-growth redwood forest. It is a one-of-a-kind geological formation that starts on an isolated, wind-swept beach.

There are two State and National Parks located within Yurok ancestral territory.

National & State Parks

Klamath Rvier Jet Boat Tours Trees of Mystery

Tour-Thru Tree

Other Area Businesses

Bed & Breakfast Inns

Historic Requa Inn

Rhodes' End B&B

Lodging in Klamath

Forest Cafe


Raven House

Dining in Klamath

There are over 1,200 campsites available in Klamath.

Camping & RV Parks

Redwood Hotel Casino

Steelhead Lodge

Motel Trees

Lodges & Hotels
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