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Sinkyone Wilderness State Park

Sinkyone Wilderness State Park
1600 U.S. Highway 101 # 8

Sinkyone Wilderness State Park lies on the southern portion of the Lost Coast, a 60-mile stretch of wilderness comprising the park and the King Range National Conservation Area. 

The rugged wilderness that once characterized the entire Mendocino Coast can still be explored and enjoyed in the Sinkyone Wilderness State Park. Since there are no main highways near the coast in this vicinity, the area has come to be called the "Lost Coast."

Camping— Wilderness camping is the only type available. Primitive campsites have tables, fire rings, a nearby pit toilet, but no developed water source. Bring your own drinking water.

Hiking— The 22-mile Lost Coast Trail parallels the coastline, traversing steep mountains and sloping prairies. Views from the trail depend on the thickness of the fog cover, especially during the summer months. The fog-muffled sounds and fragrances produce an aura of great mystery

Wildlife Watching - The park’s variety of marine, freshwaters and terrestrial habitats support richly diverse wildlife. The offshore rocks, under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management, are managed by California State Parks and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Environmental Campsites
Family Campsites
Hike or Bike Campsites
Primitive Camping
Alternative Camping

Hiking Trails
Horseback Riding

Historical/Cultural Site
Picnic Areas
Env. Learning/Visitor Center
Beach Area

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