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About Kellogg Beach in Crescent City, California

Kellogg Beach is a small Del Norte County beach access surrounded by state lands north of Crescent City. The beach access has a parking area and a path for vehicles to drive right onto the sand. If you walk or drive north you’ll be in the northern portion of Tolowa Dunes State Park and if you walk south (no vehicles allowed south of Kellogg Road) you’ll be on the beach at Lake Earl State Wildlife Area. This is a remote spot on the Northern California coast making it great for beachcombing. Driftwood, agates, and fossils can be found in addition to cool stuff that washes ashore. If you plan to drive on the beach, it is highly recommended to have a 4WD vehicle because the towing bill out here would be very expensive.

To get here from Highway 101 take Kings Valley Road west to Lower Lake Road, go right, then left onto Kellogg Road. Follow Coastal Access signs and you’ll find the parking lot at the end of this road. Don’t leave valuables in your car here.

Kellogg Rd
Crescent City, CA 95531
Park Name
Kellogg Beach County Park
Pet Details
Dogs allowed on leash
Free parking
Beachcombing, Surfing, Beach Driving, Fishing
Driftwood, Fossils, Agates, No Facilities
Map of Kellogg Beach
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10:31 am, June 24, 2024
temperature icon 55°F
L: 49° H: 57°
Feels like 54.75 °F overcast clouds
Wind gusts: 2 m/s
UV Index: 6.72
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 5:42 am
Sunset: 8:55 pm
Humidity 93 %
Pressure1016 mb
Wind 2 m/s

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Lake Earl Wildlife Area

2.2 miles away

Lake Tolowa and the larger adjacent Lake Earl are coastal lagoons that attract many species of birds. They are...

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