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Yurok Tribe

Yurok Tribe Information


The Yurok Tribe is the largest federally recognized Indian tribe in California and has a reservation that straddles the majestic Klamath River, extending for one mile on each side of the river, from its entry into the Pacific Ocean to approximately 45 miles upriver to the confluence with the Trinity River. The Klamath River supports some of the best salmon fishing in California.

The reservation is also home to some of the largest redwood trees on the world. The Tribe’s major initiatives include: natural resources management, fisheries protection, watershed restoration, dam removal, condor reintroduction, cultural revitalization, language preservation and land acquisition.

Yurok Tribe

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  • Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time

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Yurok Discovery Village Klamath, California 541-326-9943 visityurokcountry.com
Yurok Country Visitor Center Klamath, California 541-326-9943 visityurokcountry.com
Klamath River Jet Boats Klamath, California 707-482-7775 jetboattours.com
Klamath River Overlook Picnic Area Orick, California 7074820324
Redwood RV Park Klamath, California 707-482-0324 redwoodrvparks.com
Riverside RV Park Klamath, California 707-482-1111 riversidervparkklamath.com

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