Fodor's Expert Review Patrick's Point State Park

Trinidad Park (National/State/Provincial)

On a forested plateau almost 200 feet above the surf, the park has stunning views of the Pacific, great whale- and sea lion–watching spots, campgrounds, picnic areas, bike paths, and hiking trails through old-growth spruce forest. There are also tidal pools at Agate Beach, a re-created Yurok Indian village, and a small visitor center with exhibits. It's uncrowded and sublimely quiet here. Dogs are not allowed on trails or the beach.

Park (National/State/Provincial)

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4150 Patrick's Point Dr.
Trinidad, California  95570, USA

707-677–3570

www.parks.ca.gov

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Rate Includes: $8 per vehicle

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