The destination is the Klamath Overlook, a very scenic view where you can see the beautiful Wild and Scenic Klamath reach the Pacific Ocean. The Klamath Overlook is famous for whale watching, but that is not all you will see on this beautiful hike. The trail takes you through numerous groves of different trees, ranging from spruce to alder.
Patrick Creek Campground and adjacent day use area have special charm, with rock walls, steps, and restrooms, and sunken campfire circle built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. A short interpretive trail and exhibits tell of the river and its fish, the cultural history, and the geology of the area.
Panther Flat Campground sits in the vast Six Rivers National Forest in northern California. This shady, secluded campground is just steps from the Smith River, which is famous for its bright blue waters and scenic pathway through the forest.
Grassy Flat Campground is adjacent to the Middle Fork of the Smith River. Highway 199 borders the north side. True to its name, it is flat but not grassy. Trees shade the campground and shrubs fill in the area between sites. Campground offers 19 campsites. Maximum trailer length is 32ft.