The Requa Inn is the most unique and historical bed and breakfast in the Redwood National Park. At the mouth of the Klamath River along California's northcoast, the Historic Requa Inn offers a special lodging experience in the heart of California's Redwoods and less than a mile from the Pacific Ocean. In fact, we were named one of National Geographic Traveller's 2009 "Stay List" - a collection of 129 of the must stay places in the United States, Canada and Mexico; earned a 2010 Fodors Choice Distinction from Fodor's Travel; and was recently featured as a great Northern California redwoods getaway by the ever popular Weekend Sherpa.
The Requa Resort is a full-service campground located just above the Klamath River's confluence with the ocean. The Resort boasts beautiful views of one the California's most pristine estuaries. There are ample opportunities for fishing, hiking, birding and simply relaxing on the beach, during the summer months. The resort is fully-equipped with full RV-hook-ups for power and sewage, picnic tables, barbeque pits, hot showers, a convenience store and more. The Resort is open all year.
- The Klamath River, Lower Trinity River, and Smith River in Northern California offer some of the finest fishing in the world. Blue Creek Guide Service is one of the very few Yurok-run guide services on these prime fishing rivers. The Carlson family has lived on the Klamath River for many generations and has a deep understanding of the rivers and the fish of this region For more information (click) Blue Creek Guide Service
Spey-Gee Point Guide Service is operated by life-long Klamath River fisherman Thomas Willson. In addition to a world-class, Klamath salmon and steelhead guide service, Spey-Gee Point Guide Service also offers a stay in luxurious cabin nestled on the banks of the beautiful Klamath RIver. For more information on the fishing and lodging opportunities (click) Spey-Gee Point Guide Service