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Unable to get to because of a mud/land slide

So disappointed tee we were unable to get to this beach. You can go down o my as far as the... read more

Reviewed July 20, 2017
Clyde, New York
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A Beautiful Beach

We turned off Highway 101 to visit Enderts Beach. There is a beautiful overlook, but at the end of... read more

Reviewed May 19, 2017
Glenn M
Fremont, California
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Enderts Beach Road, Redwood National Park, CA
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Reviewed July 20, 2017 via mobile

So disappointed tee we were unable to get to this beach. You can go down o my as far as the crescent beach overlook and the parking lot. Trail is closed due to mud/land slide. Gates up. We went down the road a bit to...More

2  Thank vcedell
Reviewed May 19, 2017

We turned off Highway 101 to visit Enderts Beach. There is a beautiful overlook, but at the end of the road we saw that the trail to the beach was closed. Apparently the heavy rains over this past winter took their toll on the trail...More

1  Thank Glenn M
Reviewed March 5, 2017

The trail down to Enderts Beach is worth the hike - the sea stacks & craggy coastline are beautiful and the beach itself is located in a secluded cove - just lovely. Lots to see in the tidepools - starfish, sea slugs, anemone).

1  Thank denver60
Reviewed January 24, 2017

This is a very special place. Didn't know about it until a friend shared with us. We will definitely go back. What a view! Great place to watch whales and have a picnic lunch.

Thank Charlotte B
Reviewed November 6, 2016

Endert’s Beach is a charming beach that is located only a short distance from Crescent City. From the parking lot, the trail leads you through the forest and then along the cliffside to get to the beach. It is a somewhat steep descent, but worth...More

4  Thank Mr_and_Mrs_Cuddles
Reviewed September 14, 2016 via mobile

We visited here with our two boys ages 9 + 11. We really enjoyed the hike along the Coastal Trail down to Enderts Beach. The views were very pretty and the trail easy to walk. There was a bathroom near the beach by the campground....More

4  Thank hjk1962
Reviewed August 3, 2016

We did a Ranger led tour of the tide pools early one morning. My teens were not happy about getting up this early but were so happy they did! The tide pools are abundant with a variety of cool species! We got to feed giant...More

10  Thank Tonya33
Reviewed July 8, 2016

I have been to Enderts Beach twice now. Once about 13 years ago with just my wife and again recently with our kids. We loved it both times. You park up on the bluff and take a short .75 mile trek down to the beach....More

7  Thank Erik S
Reviewed June 28, 2016

We trekked down to the beach and we were not disappointed. There were very few people there, the view is amazing and the tide pools in the rocks held many interesting finds!

2  Thank RuralPearl
Reviewed January 3, 2016

We parked our car at the end of the Enderts Beach Dr and walked about 20 minutes. A restroom was there next to the trail. The view was beautiful. There is a creek that runs into the ocean. We'd love to go back there in...More

3  Thank StellaKCnFamily
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