Lost Coast

The Lost Coast is one of the most untouched and natural parts of Northern California. It lies along the western most portion of the state and should be high on your list of places to visit. The trip starts at Usal Beach, with a stop at the Sinkyone Visitor Center, and ends at Shelter Cove.

The Lost Coast is one of the most untouched and natural parts of Northern California. It lies along the western most portion of the state and should be high on your list of places to visit. The trip starts at Usal Beach, with a stop at the Sinkyone Visitor Center, and ends at Shelter Cove.

Roosevelt Elk are seen wandering around the Sinkyone Visitor Center during the rut season in early October.

Roosevelt Elk are seen wandering around the Sinkyone Visitor Center during the rut season in early October.

There are developed campsites with a table and fire ring among the trees and on the outer edge facing the ocean.

There are developed campsites with a table and fire ring among the trees and on the outer edge facing the ocean.

The Team Hunt Adventure Jeep fully deployed at Usal Beach.

The Team Hunt Adventure Jeep fully deployed at Usal Beach.