Navarro River Redwoods State Park
Highway 128, 2 miles east of Highway 1
Albion, CA 95410
The park is far enough inland to have warm summers and cool, wet winters. Occasionally the river overflows in winter, inundating the beach and campgrounds.
Water Activities—Swimming and wading are popular in summer. In winter and spring, kayakers and canoeists enjoy the peace and quiet of the river and ocean.
Fishing—Steelhead fishing along the Navarro River is excellent during the months when fishing is allowed. Barbless hooks must be used; catch-and-release rules apply much of the year. A valid California fishing license with a steelhead card is required for anglers 16 and over. Visit www.dfg.ca.gov for all current fishing regulations.
The park is comprised of 660 acres along a 14 mile contiguous river corridor, preserving an intricately connected web of aquatic and terrestrial plants and wildlife.
Navarro-by-the-Sea is a non-profit working to restore the two historic structures from the original town of Navarro.