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California United States #101 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
Photo of California's state flower
Photo of California's state flower
The California Poppy.
0.0
0.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
0.0
0.0
Junction of Highway #1 (The Pacific Coast Highway)
This coastal highway winds along some of the most spectacular ocean views in the U.S. The highway contains countless examples of the many intrinsic qualities that make a highway a National Scenic Byway--qualities like perfect views of ocean waves breaking on rocky shorelines and cliffs, dozens of historical landmarks like Spanish Missions and Spanish settlements.
0.2
0.3
Emergency call box

0.6
0.9
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout - West side of highway.
0.6
1.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
0.6
1.0
Community of Leggett

1.4
2.3
Access to Standish Hickey California State Park
At the 'gateway to the tall trees country,' this area offers camping, picnicking, hiking, fishing, and swimming on the South Fork of the Eel River which winds through the park for almost two miles. One of the few virgin redwood stands remaining in this area can be seen on the Grove Trail. Hickey Campground has one designated accessible site with restrooms with showers
1.6
2.5
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel - East side of highway.
2.4
3.9
Roadside turout
West side of hwy.
2.7
4.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
3.0
4.8
Emergency call box

3.2
5.1
Roadside turnout
No services - North side of highway.
3.6
5.8
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
3.9
6.2
Point of Information
Crossing Dora Creek.
4.3
7.0
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout - East side of highway.
4.8
7.7
Roadside turnout
East side of highway.
5.0
8.0
Point of Information
Crossing Bridges Creek.
5.6
9.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
5.8
9.3
Roadside turnout
West side of highway.
5.8
9.4
Roadside turnout
Paved - West side of highway.
8.0
12.9
Roadside turnout
Paved - West side of highway.
8.3
13.4
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
9.1
14.6
Exit #625
Junction of Highway #271.
9.3
15.0
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
9.9
15.9
Community of Piercy, California
Attractions: Reggae on the River Festival.
9.9
16.0
Point of Information
South Fork Eel River.
10.9
17.6
Exit #627
Access to Piercy. Emergency call box - both sides of highway.
11.9
19.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
13.6
21.9
Point of Information
Humboldt County, California - Southern boundary. The communities of Alton, Carlotta, Hydesville, Rio Dell and Scotia are located in the southern part of the county. Communties of Avenue of the Giants, Redway, Eel, Mattole, and Van Duzen River. King Ranges National Conservation Area. Grizzly Creek, Humboldt Redwoods, and Richardson Grove State Parks.
13.7
22.0
Point of Information
Crossing California South Fork Eel River.
13.9
22.3
Emergency call box

13.9
22.4
Junction of Roadway #271

14.5
23.3
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel - West side of highway.
14.6
23.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
14.8
23.8
Welcome to Redwoods, California
Welcome to Redwoods, California
Photo - Welcome to Redwoods highway sign.
15.5
25.0
Access to Richardson Grove California State Park Campground.
Access to Richardson Grove California State Park Campground.
Access to visitor informaiton - West side of highway. Richardson Grove State Park is where you first encounter significant old growth redwood forest when coming north. The 9th tallest coast redwood, a fallen tree ring study conducted in 1933, and a walk-through tree are immediately available. Campgrounds: Campers (Max. Length) 30', Family Campsites, Picnic Areas, Restrooms and Showers.
16.0
25.7
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services - East side of highway.
16.8
27.0
View from highway
The California South Fork Eel River. Travelling north on the California Pacific
The California South Fork Eel River. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
16.8
27.0
View from highway
The California South Fork Eel River. Travelling north on the California Pacific
The California South Fork Eel River. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
17.1
27.5
Roadside turnout
No services - East side of highway.
17.2
27.7
Point of Information
Crossing the South Fork Eel River.
19.0
30.6
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services - East side of highway.
19.6
31.5
Access to community of Benbow California
Emergency call box with roadside turnout. Access to Benbow Lake State Recreation area. Benbow Lake State Park, consists of about 1,200 acres with campsites and a large day-use picnic area. Hiking, picnicking and camping are popular summer time activities, while salmon and steelhead fishing are popular in the winter. Campgrounds: Restroom with showers.
21.9
35.3
Community of Garberville, California
Community of Garberville, California
Services off highway - fuel, diesel. The elevation in Garberville is 479 feet, while King's Peak rises to 4,087 feet. The Eel River and the Mattole River wind through the area.
22.6
36.3
Access to Garberville
A drive along the Avenue of the Giants north of Garberville takes you into the magical world of ancient redwood trees. Humboldt Redwoods State Park and the Rockefeller Forest contain the tallest living trees in the largest remaining stand of virgin redwoods in the world.
22.9
36.9
Community of Redway
Access to Shelter Cove - Community of Redway - West of highway. Services at highway.
23.2
37.4
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
23.4
37.6
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
25.8
41.5
Redwood Drive

26.8
43.1
Roadside turnout with information sign
 Roadside turnout with information sign
East side of highway. Photo - Welcome to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
26.8
43.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
27.1
43.6
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
27.2
43.7
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
27.6
44.4
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
29.0
46.7
Junction of Roadway Avenue of Giants, California - Photo of highway sign
Junction of Roadway Avenue of Giants, California - Photo of highway sign
Scenic #101 Alternative. Access to community of Phillipsville.
29.5
47.5
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services - East side of highway.
30.8
49.5
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
31.8
51.2
Roadside turnout
Gravel & pavement, no services.
33.7
54.3
Exit #651
Access to communities of Miranda, Phillipsville. Access to Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
34.5
55.5
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
35.2
56.7
Point of Information
Crossing Salmon Creek.
36.3
58.4
Salmon Creek Road

37.0
59.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - East side of highway.
39.2
63.1
Access to Humboldt Redwoods State Park and community of Myers Flat, California
Humboldt Redwoods California State Park: This park is California's largest redwood state park and includes the Rockefeller Forest, the largest remaining contiguous old-growth coast redwood forest in the world. The trees here are thousands of years old and have never been logged. This forest is as pristine now as it was 100 years ago. Campgrounds, restrooms with showers, picnic sites, restroom and parking.
40.3
64.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
41.9
67.5
Roadside turnout
Large paved turnout, no services - East side of highway.
42.8
68.8
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
43.2
69.5
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
44.4
71.5
Exit #661
Access to community of Weott and Redwoods Parks - East of highway.
46.0
74.0
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
46.9
75.5
Access to communities of South Fork, Honeydew.
Access to the Founders Tree Redwood Park Rockerfellow Forest.
47.7
76.7
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
48.6
78.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
50.8
81.7
Access to communities of Redcrest, California and Holmes
Access to lodging and campgrounds. Emergency call box - East of highway.
52.0
83.7
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
52.3
84.1
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
54.1
87.1
Point of Information
Crossing Bear Creek
54.4
87.6
View from highway - Access to Emergency call box.
 View from highway - Access to Emergency call box.
Community of Pepperwood.
56.9
91.6
Jordan Road

57.4
92.3
Point of Information
Crossing Jordan Creek.
58.3
93.9
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
59.0
94.9
Community of Stafford, California
Access to R.V. park - East side of highway.
59.6
95.9
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the California Eel River. Photo view of the Eel River.
59.8
96.2
Shiuly Road

62.7
100.9
Access to the communities of Rio Dell, California and Scotia
Services, fuel off highway. Junction of Highway #101 business route.
63.3
101.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Eel River. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
63.4
102.0
Davis Street
Access to visitor information. Emergency call box - Both sides of highway.
64.2
103.3
Wildwood Ave

66.8
107.5
Roadside turnout
Paved - East side of highway. Emergency call box.
67.6
108.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Van Guzen River.
68.4
110.0
Junction of Highway #36
Community of Alton. East to communities of Hydesville, Carlotta. East to Grizzly Creek State Park Campground. The Cheatham Grove, in Grizzly Creek State Park is an exceptional stand of coast redwoods. The park is a quiet place to camp, hike, fish, swim and picnic. The Van Duzen River flows beside the campground. 30 campsites, canoe and kayaking, fishing in Van Duzen River
69.5
111.8
Fortuna California, city limits - Photo of Fortuna highway sign
Fortuna  California,   city limits - Photo of Fortuna  highway sign
Southern boundary. Fortuna is located on the rugged North Coast of California. It is the largest city of southern Humboldt County.
70.2
113.0
Access to Fortuna via Highway #101 business route

70.6
113.6
Point of Information
Crossing Strong Creek.
70.7
113.8
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
71.3
114.7
Exit #688
12th Street
72.2
116.2
Exit #689
Main Street
73.0
117.4
Exit #690
Palmer Ave
73.8
118.7
Exit #691
Junction of Highway #211. Access to communities of Fernbridge & Ferndale - West of Highway. The Victorian Village of Ferndale, California has been able to avoid urban sprawl and pseudo 'old town' renovation to remain a thriving community, virtually unchanged since the 1800s!
74.3
119.5
Exit #692
Access to community of Loleta - West of highway.
76.6
123.3
Access to Loleta & Fernbridge

78.2
125.9
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
78.9
126.9
Hookton Road
Access to Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Humboldt Bay NWRC is located on Humboldt Bay on the northwest California coast near Arcata.
78.9
126.9
Hookton Road
Access to Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
81.3
130.8
Exit #698
Hill Road. Access to College of the Redwoods.
82.6
132.9
Community of Fields Landing, California
Emergency call box - Both sides of highway.
83.5
134.3
King Salmon Ave

85.3
137.3
Exit #702
Herrick Ave & Elic River Road.
85.5
137.6
Exit #701
Access to Humboldt Hill Road.
85.6
137.7
City of Eureka, California
Southern limits. Eureka attractions: Redwood Coast Jazz Festival, Christmas Truckers Convoy.
85.9
138.2
Access to Sunset Memorial Park
East side of highway.
87.7
141.1
Access to visitor information center
West side of highway.
87.8
141.3
Wabash Ave - Photo Highway sign' Welcome to Historic Old Town Eureka'
Wabash Ave - Photo Highway sign' Welcome to Historic Old Town Eureka'
Access to downtown Eureka.
88.9
143.1
View from highway
Photo - Eureka business area. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast H
Photo - Eureka business area. Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
89.7
144.3
Junction of Highway #255
West to community of Samoa, California. Access to Maritime Museum. Samoa Dunes B L M recreation area.
89.9
144.6
V Street

90.2
145.1
Services at highway
Fuel, diesel.
90.3
145.3
Point of Informatioin
Crossing Eureka Slough.
90.7
146.0
Jacobs Ave
Access to airport - East of highway.
93.8
151.0
Access to R.V. park campground
East side of highway.
94.1
151.5
City of Arcata, California - Photo Arcata highway sign
City of Arcata, California - Photo Arcata highway sign
Arcata attractions: Kinetic Sculpture Race, Pastels on the Plaza, North County Fair.
96.3
154.9
Soma Blvd.
Junction of Highway #255. Access to Arcata.
96.9
155.9
14th Street
Access to Humboldt State University.
98.6
158.7
Exit #176A
Junction of Highway #299. East to communities of Blue Lake, Willow Creek. Access to California Welcome Center (Visitor Information).
99.2
159.6
James Road

99.9
160.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Mad River.
100.3
161.4
Junction of Highway #200
Central Ave. Community of McKinleyville, California. Situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Attractions: Mill Creek Falls.
101.8
163.9
School Road

103.3
166.3
Murray Road

104.3
167.9
Airport Road
Access to Arcata Airport.
104.5
168.1
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
104.9
168.8
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
105.8
170.2
Clam Beach Humbldt County Park
West of highway. Campground: RV Spaces: 15, Tent Sites: 12, Vault Toilets & Showers.
107.1
172.3
Access to Little River State Beach Park
Little River State Beach features dunes and a broad open beach. The beach is bordered on the north by Little River and on the south by Clam Beach County Park which provides camping and day use facilities.
107.8
173.5
Point of Information
Crossing Little River.
108.1
173.9
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
108.2
174.2
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
110.7
178.2
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
111.3
179.1
Community of Trinidad, California
Trinidad Attractions: Trinidad Museum, Humboldt State University Marine Lab, Westhaven Center For The Arts, Trinidad to Clam Beach Run, Trinidad Fish Festival and Fine Art Competition, Blessing of the Fleet, Access to Trinidad State Beach Park. Visitor facilities include restrooms, parking, and a small picnic area with, tables.
112.5
181.0
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
113.4
182.5
Roadside highway turnout rest area
West side of highway - all services.
115.6
186.0
Roadside highway turnout rest area
East side of highway - all services.
116.1
186.8
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
116.6
187.6

View from state campground.
View from state campground.
117.4
188.9
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
118.3
190.4
Access to Big Lagoon Humbldt County Park Campground
West of highway - Campground. Tent Sites: 25, Toilets: Flush, Showers, Picnic area.
119.3
192.0
Point of Information
Crossing Big Lagoon Bridge.
121.3
195.2
Roadside turnout wiht emergency call box
West side of highway.
121.4
195.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
121.5
195.5
Roadside turnout
No services - West side of highway.
121.6
195.7
Roadside turnout
Paved - West side of highway.
121.9
196.1
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout - West side of highway.
124.3
200.0
Humboldt Lagoons State Park
West of highway. Access to Humboldt Lagoons State Park Visitors Center. There are day use only picnic areas at the visitor center and at the north end of Stone Lagoon on the beach. The park offers boating, fishing, beach combing, hiking. Camping: Environmental Campsites
125.8
202.4
Roadside turnout
Gravel with emergency call box.
125.9
202.6
Humboldt Lagoon State Park
Stone Lagoon Visitor Center. Washrooms - West side of highway.
127.8
205.7
Stone Lagoon
Humboldt Lagoons State Park - West side of highway.
128.4
206.7
Redwood National Park & California State Park
Southern boundary. Redwood National and State Parks are home to some of the world's tallest trees: old-growth coast redwoods.
128.8
207.2
Photo is view from highway.
 Photo is view from highway.
Roadside turnout - long gravel turnout with picnic area. West side of highway.
129.5
208.4
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout with emergency call box.
129.7
208.7
Access to Redwood National Forest Information Center
West side of highway.
130.6
210.2
Community of Orick,California Photo - Orick's highway sign
Community of Orick,California Photo - Orick's highway sign
Elevation 45 ft - home of the world's tallest trees. Nestled near the mouth of Redwood Creek and surrounded by Redwood National and State Parks.
131.6
211.8
Point of Information
Crossing Redwood Creek.
131.7
211.9
View of Orick, California - business area.
View of Orick, California -  business area.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
131.9
212.2
Access to R.V. park
East side of highway.
133.2
214.3
Access to coastal hiking trail
West side of highway.
133.3
214.5
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
133.9
215.5
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
134.2
216.0
Davison Road
Access to wildlife view area for elk. Access to lodging - West side of highway.
134.8
216.9
View from highway
Lost Man Creek Hiking Trails - East of highway. Access to picnic area.
Lost Man Creek Hiking Trails - East of highway. Access to picnic area.
135.1
217.4
Point of Information
Crossing Lost Man Creek.
135.8
218.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway, through  California Re
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway, through California Redwood's National Park.
136.5
219.6
Access to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park Campground
West side of highway. Camp along the windswept Pacific Ocean with the coast redwood forest as a backdrop. Camping: 25 RV or 29 tents, trailers prohibited, RV length up to 24 feet and 8 feet wide. Amenities include solar showers, restrooms. - Access to scenic alternative drive (Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway) - East of highway.
137.4
221.1
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
139.4
224.3
Point of Information
Crossing Boyes Creek.
140.2
225.6
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
140.9
226.7
Truck brake check area
Summit 1485 ft, large paved area - East side of highway.
142.0
228.5
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
146.2
235.3
Emergency call box
West side of highway.
146.3
235.4
Emergency call box
East side of highway.
147.6
237.6
Exit #765
Newton B Drury scenic parkway. Access to Prairie Creek Redwood State Park Campground.
148.0
238.1
Emergency call box
Both sides of highway.
151.8
244.3
Point of Information - Crossing the, California Klamath River
Point of Information - Crossing the, California Klamath River
Photo is view of Klamath River from bridge.
151.8
244.3

Klamath River bridge looking South from highway.
Klamath River bridge looking South from highway.
152.1
244.7
Klamath Glen Road
Junction of Highway #169. East to community of Klamath Glen. Services at highway. East access to Klamath National Forest Recreation Area. The Klamath National Forest covers an area of 1,700,000 acres located in Siskiyou County, Northern California and Jackson County, Oregon. The forest comprises some five wilderness areas, Marble Mountain, Russian Wilderness Area, Trinity Alps, Red Buttes Wilderness Area and Siskiyou Wilderness Area.
152.7
245.8
Community of Klamath, California
Business area
153.5
247.0
Access to R.V. park
West side of highway.
153.7
247.4
Access to R.V. park
West side of highway.
154.3
248.3
Roadside turnout scenic overlook w
Access to coastal hiking trail and emergency call box.
154.5
248.6
Point of Information
Crossing Minoc Creek.
154.9
249.3
Point of Information
Crossing Hunter Creek.
155.6
250.4
Access to R.V. park
West side of highway.
156.1
251.2
Redwood Drive
West side of highway.
156.2
251.3
Access to R.V. park

156.4
251.7
Community of Requa, California
Services at highway - fuel, diesel. The Historic Requa Inn is the only commercial building remaining in the unincorporated village of Requa in Del Norte County, California.
157.0
252.6
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
158.0
254.3
Roadside turnout rest area
Paved. Access to Lagoon Creek Hiking Trail & Picnic Area - West side of highway.
158.6
255.3
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of highway.
160.6
258.5
Roadside turnout view point
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
161.1
259.3
Emregency call box
West side of highway.
161.3
259.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of highway.
161.9
260.5
Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park
Southern boundary. The park, established in 1929, has 6400 acres with approximately 50% old growth coast redwood and eight miles of wild coastline. Camping: Family Campsites - Campers (Max. Length) 31' - RV Dump Station.
162.2
261.1
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
165.1
265.7
Roadside turnout
Paved with emergency call box - East side of highway.
166.3
267.7
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
166.4
267.8
Access to Del Norte Coast State Campground

166.7
268.3
Emergency call box

168.1
270.5
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - East side of highway.
168.3
270.9
Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of highway.
168.8
271.6
National Forest & State Parks
Crescent City Vista Point. Roadside turnout, paved - West side of highway.
169.8
273.3
Crescent City
Southern limits. Crescent City: Attractions: The Smith River and Klamath River, Redwood National and State Parks, and the Smith River National Recreation Area.
170.9
275.0
Roadside turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services - West side of highway.
171.3
275.7
Access to R.V. park

171.6
276.2
Photo: Welcome to Crescent City, California highway sign
Photo: Welcome to Crescent City, California highway sign
Citizens Dock Road. Crescent City Harbor.
171.9
276.6
Access to R.V. parks

172.5
277.6
3rd Street
Downtown Crescent City.
176.0
283.3
View from highway
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
Travelling north on the California Pacific Coast Highway.
176.5
284.0
Junction of Highway #199
North to Grants Pass, Oregon. Access to Smith River National Recreation Area. The Smith River is located within the Six Rivers National Forest Area. Six rivers flow through this forest area, the Smith, Klamath, Trinity, Mad, Van Duzen, and Eel rivers.
176.5
284.1
Emergency call box

181.0
291.3
Point of Information
Crossing Smith River
181.8
292.6
Junction of Highway #197
South to Community of Berteleda, California.
185.8
299.0
Community of Smith River

192.1
309.1
Pelican State Beach Park picnic area
West of highway. This five-acre undeveloped site is on the Oregon border. The small, secluded beach is perfect for walking and beachcombing. Picnic areas, available.
192.6
310.0
Elias Way

192.8
310.2
Oregon/California state line
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Bed and Breakfast
Campground
Golf Course
Historic House/Site
Museum or Cultural
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