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Vacation Rentals in Smith River, California

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Smith River, California Vacation Rentals and Tourism

The Smith River region is a preserved piece of wild and beautiful Northern California, where your family can get in touch with nature on your next vacation. Check out our Smith River vacation rentals for lodging with plenty of space for your family to spread out, to store fishing gear, with the convenience of full kitchens, plus magnificent views of this scenic area. Families, nature enthusiasts and anglers will love vacationing in Smith River, California.

You’ll feel worlds away from the normal routine lodging in the lush forest surrounding the Smith River. Kayak and whitewater rafting is popular and the local guides will point you to the variety of runs for every skill level. Hike miles of trails in nearby Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Fish for the salmon, trout and steelhead Smith River is famous for. Take a helicopter tour to the historic St. George Reef Lighthouse six miles off the California Coast. In all of your adventures around your Smith River vacation rental, be sure to keep your eyes open for otters, osprey – you might even catch a glimpse of bald eagle. The stunning Northern California coast is just a few minutes’ drive from Smith River rentals.

Make plans to get out to the wild and pristine Smith River and book your fishing lodging or Smith River cabin soon. The untouched beauty of the Smith River area will melt away your stress and inspire you to get outside.

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Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

What an incredible experience!! Campground is beautiful, expertly maintained, clean, and offers camp sites that are large and a good distance from...read more

 

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park

This was the best campsite I have been to in a long time! Beautiful. Just beautiful and so much to do in the area.. Def will be back again next summer....read more

 

Crescent Trail Rides

Thank you Lorie! You and your daughter do such a professional and friendly job. Your horses and equipment are top notch. The trail is diverse and stunning...read more

 

Lucky 7 Casino

Horrible food. I don't know what happened. I ordered a french dip sandwich and the meat was completely dried out, they used tinned mushrooms on it, and the...read more

 

Ocean World

Stopped on our way back from Oregon so we could get out of the car and stretch our legs. Gift shop is really more like a chinsy tourist type place where you...read more

 

Damnation Creek Trail

To get to Damnation Creek Trail, you'll have to follow a short bit of the Coastal Trail (which follows the old Highway 101). It's a fun descent to the...read more

 

Redwood National and State Parks, Crescent City Info Center

The Rangers here are very nice, professional, and knowledgeable. They will answer your questions and provide pertinent information. Extremely helpful if you...read more

 

Endert's Beach

The first time I ever saw a bear in the wild was just before the Endert's Beach Trail parking lot by the Crescent Overlook (aka Pecker's Knob). Thankfully...read more

 

Battery Point Lighthouse Museum

I remember Battery Point Lighthouse vividly - I came across it on my first stop during my month long Pacific NW trip from SF through OR/WA to Whistler....read more

 

McVay Rock State Recreation Site

It's a great park to allow your dog to run free within the gated area, however, for the last year, half of the actual dog park has been fenced off in order...read more

 

Walker Road Stump

This is a great old stump with tons of character. I spent an hour looking at it, standing on top of it, and taking pictures of it.read more

 

Crescent Beach

This is one of my favorite beaches. It's the kind of beach where you can lay back in the sand, listen to the waves, and let your mind drift. This is a...read more

 

Salmon Run

Absolutely beautiful golf course with friendly staff. The pro shop guy chatted with us for about 20 minutes while showing us around. Can't wait to try...read more

 

Azalea State Park

"A place to retreat to, of flowers, trees and lovely walks and a chappel and a bandstand Cute park, very peaceful and green. I saw the remnants of brightly...read more

 

Alfred A. Loeb State Park

We stayed at the cabins at Alfred A. Loeb State Park for one night as part of our trip to the redwood forest. The cabins have three beds and a table, which...read more

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The Sleepy Salmon Lodge
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  • bedrooms 2
  • community Smith River
  • rental type House
  • sleeps 6
  • baths 2
  • rates (USD) $145 - $175 /nt
    $1,015 - $1,100 /wk
 
 
 
 
 

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