Curly Redwood Lodge

The Curly Redwood Lodge is one of northern California’s most unique lodges. It was built from one curly redwood tree that produced 57,000 board feet of lumber. Curly redwood is unique because of the curly grain of the wood, unlike typical straight grained redwood. The Curly Redwood Lodge is just five minutes away from the Redwood National and State Parks; right across the street from the lodge’s lovely harbor and beaches. After a day of hiking the redwood forests or walking on the pristine beaches, you can relax at the lodge and watch the beautiful sunsets over the harbor and smell the fresh ocean air.

    Standard Rooms

    Standard rooms are extra spacious and all are non-smoking. Each room features either one or two queen-sized bed(s) with color cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet, phone, clock/radio, tiled shower, and blackout draperies.

      Suites

      Suites have 2 rooms. One room has 2 queen-sized beds, and the other room has one queen-sized bed. The bathroom has a tub-shower combination in between the two rooms so that you can enter the bathroom from either room. Each suite includes a color cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet, phone, clock/radio, tiled shower, and blackout draperies.

        Curly Redwood Lodge Activities

        The Curly Redwood Lodge is situated in the center of Del Norte County, which is home to the Redwood National and State Parks and Smith River National Recreation Area. There are unlimited recreational activities which include: fishing the Klamath and Smith rivers for salmon or steelhead, walking through awesome redwoods, picnicking near a herd of elk, or watching the whales on their migration.

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