We came via Usal Road from 1 N, which really isn't that bad in the summer. Sure, it's a gravel road with some blind corners and steep areas, but with a little use of your horn, taking it slow and actually using that 4w drive for once, you'll make it without a problem. Usal Beach is beautiful and has lots of dry camping available at the nearby campground. Busier during July and August than other months, but the beach is relatively empty on a sunny day when compared to Ten Mile or MacKerricher. We didn't make it further up Usal than the campground - we saw a recently fallen tree on the road ahead and decided to pass - but hopefully we can make it to Sinkyone Wlderness Rd or Mattole Rd next time. Beautiful park with large trees and isolated beaches.
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