Penn Creek Campground is the smallest of 3 campgrounds at spectacular Patrick's Point State Park, 25 miles north of Eureka. Visitors to Penn Creek Campground are close to the Visitors Center which serves as a good resource for learning about all the wonders of the park from the trails and vista points to Sumeg, a recreated Yurok Village. A short drive takes campers to the Agate Beach day-use area and trail down to the beach.
Penn Creek Campground has 14 campsites arranged in a single loop. All of the campsites in Penn Creek Campground are tent-only. Some sites may be available as first-come, first served. Beach Creek Group Campsite is located near Penn Campground.
Sumeg Village, Agate Beach (swimming is not advised), 2-mile Rim Trail, Ceremonial Rock, Lookout Rock, Visitor Center, Junior Ranger program, Campfire Programs, tide pools, Wedding rock, Patrick's Point, Palmer's Point
Reservations for Patrick's Point State Park campsites are available from 2 days up to 7 months in advance. Reservations become available in one-month blocks on the first of the month, 7 months in advance. For example, on January 1 campsite reservations become available for all of July.
Beach Creek Group Camp
Beach Creek Group Camp is located close to Penn Campground. The group camp can accommodate from 9 to 100 people and as many as 18 vehicles. The campsite has a BBQ grill, picnic tables, a fire ring, restrooms with flush toilets and showers, and a covered cook area with hot and cold water.
Fee: $300 per night, plus a $150 permit fee.
Reservations: Call the park directly to make a reservation at (707) 677-3110.