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The Patrick Creek Trail is a short (0.2 mile) paved universal access trail from the Patrick Creek Lodge to Patrick Creek Campground via an under-the-bridge route.

While people have been coming to this beautiful spot where Patrick Creek joins the Middle Fork of Smith River for probably hundreds of years, salmon and trout have been migrating here for thousands of years. You are invited to walk this short trail along Patrick Creek and learn more about the fish attracted to the clear emerald-green waters of Smith River.

The Patrick Creek Trail is a short (0.2 mile) paved universal access trail from the Patrick Creek Lodge to Patrick Creek Campground via an under-the-bridge route with four interpretive stops and a barrier free fishing platform. Milepost 22.0 US 199. The trail offers barrier free fishing with wheel chair access right down to the Smith River shore.

Directions: From Crescent City, In northwestern CA. on US Highway 199, 26 miles east of crescent city, CA, and 60 miles west of Grants Pass, Oregon. From Highway 101 north of Crescent City, CA, take Highway 199 east for 22 miles to the campground. From Highway I-5, drive west from Grants Pass, Oregon on Highway 199. Barrier free flatform, MM 22.0 on Hwy 199

Elevation: 800 feet

Distance: 0.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Six Rivers National Forest, California


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