Sinkyone Wilderness State Park

Sinkyone Wilderness State Park


Location:North end of wilderness: 36 miles southwest of Garberville/Redway on Briceland Road. South end of wilderness (Usal Beach): 15 miles west of Leggett on PCH from Highway 101. Last few miles of both routes are unpaved, steep, and narrow, and may be impassable in wet weather.
Facilities:Primitive campsites, walk-in tent campsites, picnic areas, hiking and backpacking trails (20 miles), horseback trails, visitor center; no drinking water.
Activities:Camping, backpacking, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:The park's rugged Lost Coast Trail winds 21 miles through a coastal plateau, with access to ocean vistas, waterfalls, cliffs, black sand beaches, tide pools, and trail campsites.
Address:PO Box 245
Whitethorn, CA 95489

Phone:707-986-7711
Web: www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=429
Size: 7,937 acres.

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Sinkyone Wilderness State Park is only about five hours' drive from San Francisco.
For a map showing trails and site locations, write to Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, care of Eel River District, Box 100, Weott, Calif.