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Rivers near Eureka

Cal Salmon River Kayaking
 »  Nordheimer Flat Campground to Butler Creek
 »  Butler Creek to Oak Bottom
Eel River Kayaking
 »  Main - Dos Rios to Alderpoint
 »  Middle Fork - Black Butte River to Dos Rios
Klamath River Kayaking
 »  Middle Klamath Kayaking
 »  Scott River to Happy Camp
 »  Happy Camp Kayaking
 »  Ikes Falls Run Kayaking
Scott River Kayaking
 »  Scott Canyon Kayaking
Smith River Kayaking
 »  North Fork - Low Divide Road to Middle Fork Conflu
 »  Main - Gasquet to South Fork Confluence
 »  South Fork - South Fork Road Bridge to Smith River
Trinity River Kayaking
 »  Pigeon Point Kayaking
 »  Burnt Ranch Gorge Kayaking
 
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Eureka California River Running Guide

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Eureka, situated along the spectacular Northern California coastline 280 miles north of San Francisco and 300 miles northwest of San Francisco, is the county seat of Humboldt County.  The city is bordered on by beautiful and functional Humboldt Bay, the largest protected deep-water port between San Francisco Bay and Puget Sound.  On the other side of Eureka are mountains lush with giant redwoods which offer a reminder of the areas rich logging heritage.

 A variety of cultural opportunities are available in Eureka, including active artisan, arts, and theater groups. Outdoor recreation is abundant with activities such as boating, sport fishing, kayaking, hunting, birding and backpacking all available close by.  Eureka is a popular destination for visitors due to its proximity too many exceptional natural resources. These include the spectacular coast of the Pacific Ocean, Humboldt Bay, and several rivers as well as the Redwood National Park and Humboldt Redwoods State Park.

 
 

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Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School
Located in:
Forks of Salmon, CA

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