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Patrick Creek Campground

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Highway 199
PO Box 228
Gasquet, CA

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Number of Sites:
13 sites


Patrick Creek Campground has a special charm, with its steps, rock walls, restrooms, and sunken campfire circle built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It is located directly across Highway 199 from the historic Patrick Creek Lodge at mile post 22.0. The campground, nestled among tall Douglas-firs, is next to the confluence of Patrick Creek and the Middle Fork of Smith River. Patrick Creek Campground has 13 campsites, some barrier free, and is open May to September. Patrick Creek Picnic Area is a no fee, day-use area only, open all year with good river access.



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Total Sites:
13 sites
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Max RV Length:
35 feet
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Campsites near restrooms, hard pathways, picnic tables, 18" high grills, river view, barrier free fishing, and historic sites. Accessible trail to Patrick Creek Lodge.

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