Clam Beach County Park
About Clam Beach County Park in McKinleyville, California
Clam Beach is a Humboldt County Park just off Redwood Highway 101 near the city of McKinleyville. The beach is named for the plentiful razor clams that you can dig for. Take the N Central Ave Exit off Highway 101 north of McKinleyville and turn west to get there.
The first parking area near the exit has a day-use area and a campground for RV’s and tent campers. If you drive farther up the road there is another day-use parking area. North of Clam Beach is Little River State Beach which runs all the way up to the mouth of the Little River. The Hammond Coastal Trail starts here and goes south for about five miles to Mad River Beach for bikers and horseback riders.
- Clam Beach Dr
McKinleyville, CA 95519
- Park Name
- Clam Beach County Park
- County Park
- Pet Details
- Dogs allowed off-leash on the wave slope and on-leash on dry sand
- Free day-use parking, fees for camping
- Camping, Beach Fires, Clam Digging, Biking, Surfing, Equestrian Use, Bonfires
- Campground, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, Fire Pits
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