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Sue-meg State Park
Due to the recent storms across Northern California, many parks remain fully or partially closed. For a full list of park closures, visit www.parks.ca.gov/incidents.
Except for service animals, dogs not allowed on trails.
Driving Directions to Sue-meg SPThe park is 25 miles north of Eureka and 56 miles south of Crescent City.
Visitors will be able to reserve campsites and lodging six months in advance from the current date. Bookings may extend from the arrival date to the desired departure date and are based on availability and can be no more than 15 days total in the calendar year per Sue-meg State Park's maximum stay limit.
Upcoming Park Events
No events scheduled at this moment.
Hike or Bike Campsites
Env. Learning/Visitor Center
Exhibits and Programs
Restrooms / Showers
Drinking Water Available
Welcome to Sue-meg State Park
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Thirty miles north of Eureka, Sue-meg State Park sits on a lushly forested promontory beside the Pacific Ocean.The one-square-mile park is densely packed with potential adventures. On a short walk around the perimeter of the park, you can hunt for agates, explore tidepools, and walk through a jungle of shrubs and trees as you peer out at seals, sea lions, and migrating whales. In the park’s interior, you’ll find a visitor center, a native plant garden, and a reconstructed Yurok plank-house village. You can picnic or wake up to birdsong at one of three campgrounds. In summer, you can witness a traditional ceremony at Sumêg Village or take a hike led by a docent or professional naturalist. You don’t have to go far to find something fascinating at Sue-meg.
Fourth graders and their families can visit this park for FREE using the California State Parks Adventure Pass. Learn more here!
40–65°F. in summer, 35–55° in winter. Night and morning fog lurks almost all year. Sometimes it doesn't lift for days at a time in summer. Beautiful, clear days are more common in spring and fall. Rainfall averages about 60 inches a year, most of it between October and April.