Location Highlight 
January 2017
Klamath River, Del Norte County
  • Permit:                easy to medium (depending on location)                      
  • Parking:    available
     for many locations(including for working trucks and trailers)                     
  • Catering:  available from local restaurants                
  • Accommodations:  available at local hotels and BnBs       
  • Nearest Resources:         35 minutes to Crescent City             
  • Nearest HWY:       near Hwy 101

Filmed on the Klamath
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Redwood Region Resources
100 Years of Film
The Redwood Region has been used as locations in filmmaking for a century. Check out the region's filmographies.
Cassandra Hesseltine
Humboldt-Del Norte 
Film Commissioner
President, FLICS 
The Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission is here to help with your production needs 
and our services are provided free of charge. 

The Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission is recognized by the County of Humboldt, County of Del Norte, and the California Film Commission  as the official advocate for filming in Humboldt and Del Norte, California.  We are  also a member of the organization FLICS (Film Liaisons in California Statewide). The Film Commissioner, Cassandra Hesseltine, currently serves as the President of FLICS. 

Cassandra Hesseltine became the region's Film Commissioner in fall of 2010.  Prior to taking on the role of Film Commissioner, Cassandra worked in film and theater.  

Cutting a scenic swath from the mountains of southern Oregon into California, the powerful Klamath River, the second largest in California, has been the backdrop for films for over eighty years. From the original Last of the Mohicans (1936) to Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man (1995), starring Johnny Depp, and most recently for the Nature Conservancy, the Klamath provides an iconic view of the Pacific Northwest. The Klamath river is surrounded by National and State parks, containing forests of redwood and fir, and empties into the Pacific Ocean through a wide, scenic mouth. The Klamath basin, inhabited by the Yurok tribe for countless generations, has a rich cultural and historic heritage. 
Klamath River Photo:waterwatch.org
Mouth of the Klamath looking North
Mouth of the Klamath looking South Photo:kampklamath.com
Photo: inn-california.com
Mouth of the Klamath
Photo: Matt Baun 
The Historic Requa Inn
Interior of dining room at the Requa Inn overlooking the Klamath 
Johnny Depp on set during filming of Dead Man on the bank of the Klamath
Lobby card for Last of the Mohicans featuring the Klamath
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Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission | 707-443-4488
520 E Street, Eureka, CA 95501