Nestled in the Six Rivers National Forest in Northern California a relaxing get-a-way awaits! Come stay at Patrick Creek Historic Lodge, located in the wilderness just 30 minutes from the Oregon border on Hwy. 199, just a short drive from the Pacific Ocean. Here you will be pampered by gourmet home cooking and mystified by a giant Redwood forest.
Patrick Creek is just 25 yards from the lodge and the Smith River is only 60 yards away. Guests can enjoy rafting & kayaking, biking, swimming, fishing, hiking on the many trails, wildlife viewing, wilderness, giant Redwoods, scenic drives or relaxing in this beautiful wonderland. The tallest Redwood in the world was recently discovered only few miles away from the lodge.
Open year round for lodging, the restaurant and full bar are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday with great food & drinks at reasonable prices. Please call ahead for reservations to insure availability or book on our website. 707 457 3323, seven miles northeast of the tiny village of Gasquet along Hwy. 199. Get away from it all at Patrick Creek Historic Lodge.
The first lodge was built in the late 1800’s and called Patrick Creek Stage Station. The present lodge was built in 1926 and became a popular stopping place for travelers. Regular patrons come from Crescent City and southern Oregon and all over the U.S. to enjoy the area.
The lodge serves a wonderful Sunday buffet, boasts a huge stone fireplace and log beams. It also offers a cabin and caters outdoor weddings, receptions and special events.
PCHL has 18 rooms and a two bedroom cabin in the middle of the wilderness next to Patrick Creek. Many lodge rooms have view of Patrick Creek.
Salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout fishing available or go ocean fishing 25 miles away. The Smith River is the last wild river in California and fifth cleanest in America. It offers thrills for everyone. The emerald waters of The Smith River is California's number 1 destination for trophy salmon and steelhead. Get latest fishing information at the Gasquet or Hiouchi Ranger stations.