Crescent City is the largest city on the Redwood Coast, and serves as a gateway to the Redwoods. Outside of the forest, Crescent City has endless beaches to stroll, tidepools to explore, fish to catch, and wildlife to observe!
Winchester Bay to Crescent City
The Oregon Coast Highway offers drivers breathtaking scenery to enjoy along its route. Choosing what road side attractions to stop for is almost impossible when there are endless amazing spots to choose from! Here are some highlights along your route to Crescent City that we have selected for you.
Located at the mouth of the Coquille River visitors to Bullards Beach State Park can enjoy strolling the beach, fishing, crabbing, hiking, and exploring the lighthouse. There is also year round camping, with 103 full hookup campsites!
Are you ready to be transported back in time? Check out this amazing family friendly destination! Wander through an ancient Oregon Rainforest and discover 23 life size dinosaurs!
Between Brookings and Gold Beach along Highway 101 lies the Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Corridor.
You can stop at any of the parking areas along the highway and check out some amazing hikes, visit the 7 iconic arch rocks known as the Natural Bridges, and maybe even see some whales from Cape Ferrelo viewpoint in the fall or spring.
Campgrounds in Crescent City
- Pull through sites
- Full hookups
- Park like grounds
- Pull through, full service sites
- K9 Playground
- Bike rentals
- Reading room
- Pet friendly
- Dog walking area
- TV and Wi-Fi
- Electrical hook ups
- TV and Wi-Fi
- Ocean side camping
Food and Drink!
Things To Do Around Crescent City
The 10,000 acre Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is home to 7% of the worlds remaining old-growth Redwoods.
Visitors can fish, snorkel, or kayak on the Smith River and there are endless hiking trails throughout the lush rainforest. They also offer campsites, and they are open year round.