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The Best Camping in Honeydew

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Top camping spots in and near Honeydew

  • Garberville, California

    Hike King's Peak

    5.0
    2.5 mi / 2500 ft gain
    King's Peak is the tallest peak in the King Range, the home of the famous and spectacular "Lost Coast". At an elevation of 4,000' and less than 3 miles from the ocean, King's Peak provides stunning views in all directions: of canyons, beaches, foggy valleys, and the many greenhouses that dot the ...
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  • Honeydew, California

    Spanish Ridge Loop Trail

    12.19 mi / 3196 ft gain
    Spanish Ridge Loop Trail is a loop trail where you may see local wildlife located near Garberville, California.
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Lost Coast and Big Flat Creek via Kings Crest

    21.01 mi / 6004 ft gain
    Lost Coast and Big Flat Creek via Kings Crest is a loop trail that provides a good opportunity to see wildlife located near Whitethorn, California.
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  • Humboldt County, California

    Hike the Johnson Camp Trail

    9.5 mi / 2103 ft gain
    This trail is shared by hikers, trail runners, backpackers and horseback riders. The trail is best used from March through November, as the bridges that allow river crossings are seasonal. You can call Humboldt Redwoods State parks (707-946-1811) to find out more information on the bridges.  John...
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Paradise Royale

    11.44 mi / 2349 ft gain
    Paradise Royale is a loop trail where you may see wildflowers located near Whitethorn, California.
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  • Humboldt County, California

    Gould Grove Nature Trail

    0.83 mi / 308 ft gain
    Gould Grove Nature Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Myers Flat, California.
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  • Humboldt County, California

    Fleischmann Trail

    1.28 mi / 266 ft gain
    Fleischmann Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Myers Flat, California.
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  • Petrolia, California

    Cooskie Creek Route

    23.09 mi / 3219 ft gain
    Cooskie Creek Route is a loop trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Petrolia, California.
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  • Petrolia, California

    Backpack The Lost Coast: Mattole to Black Sands Beach

    4.8
    25.05 mi / 653 ft gain
    This is an absolutely stunning 25 mile thru-hike on the northern part of California's coast. To accomplish this hike, you'll either need to bring 2 cars or use a shuttle service. It's recommended that you drop one car at the Shelter Cove Trailhead (40.0455053,-124.0778196) and either use one of t...
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Lost Coast Central Stretch

    8.92 mi / 167 ft gain
    Lost Coast Central Stretch is a point-to-point trail where you may see wildflowers located near Whitethorn, California.
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Lost Coast - King Range Loop

    40.52 mi / 7740 ft gain
    Lost Coast - King Range Loop is a loop trail where you may see wildflowers located near Whitethorn, California.
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Black Sands Beach on the Lost Coast

    5.0
    0.5 mi
    Black Sands Beach and all of the Lost Coast is almost indescribable in its ruggedness and beauty. Black Sands Beach sits along the southern portion of of the famous Lost Coast Trail, and is accessible by one of the two roads that go across the King Range to the ocean. From 101 in Garberville, hea...
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  • Whitethorn, California

    King's Peak from Shelter Cove

    2.0
    30.85 mi / 6204 ft gain
    After parking at Shelter Cove and securing a camping permit ($3 per night in the backcountry) follow the bear prints down the coastline for 5 miles, keeping in mind that the tide devours the beach every 12 hours. Parts of the beach become impassable at high tide. Camp overnight at Buck Creek, th...
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Sinkyone Wilderness Segment- Lost Coast Trail

    27.12 mi / 7516 ft gain
    Sinkyone Wilderness Segment- Lost Coast Trail is a point-to-point trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Whitethorn, California.
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Backpack to Jackass Creek, Sinkyone Wilderness State Park

    13.8 mi / 2000 ft gain
    The Lost Coast is infamous. For its name alone draws visitors from around California and the world. A 26-mile stretch of coast, road less, with a wall like mountain range just yards from the ocean and beach. But with the Lost Coast being what it is, there is a lesser-known, yet equally stunning h...
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  • Whitethorn, California

    Camp at Usal Beach on the Lost Coast

    5.0
    Getting to Usal beach can be a little tricky, but it is well worth the effort. Usal Road (Mendocino Country Rd 431) is found 13 miles north of Westport or 14.5 miles southwest of Legget on Highway 1. The turn off is extremely easy to miss so it is recommended to use your odometer to gauge how clo...
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