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White Rock Resort


“To be in harmony with the wholeness of things is not to have anxiety over imperfections”. 

 ~ Dogen ~



The wealthy and famous have long made northern California their go-to weekend getaway destination because it offers a simple escape from the spotlight and work-related stressors. Smith River is located near the Oregon border. For many people, having a private “hideaway home” where they could play, unwind, and truly enjoy serenity in its ultimate fashion is the ideal solution to a dream vacation.
Removed from the constraints of everyday life, the serene redwood forest style will offer everyone the experience of a carefree vacation complemented by an elegant-yet-casual adventurous living beneath bright sunny skies.



Smith River is a small paradise tucked away in California’s most northwest region. You can encounter engaging excursions that capture California’s spirit in places that are peaceful yet untamed. Explore the neighborhood of Smith River and venture a little further from the main path.


White Rock Resort is located in the unincorporated area of Smith River in Del Norte, County, CA. The property sits on the Pacific Ocean coast providing Park Model Cabins with a spectacular ocean view on the north and south ends of the property. The resort was originally constructed in 1994 with the completion and installation of the modular units in 1997. Each unit is beautifully and individually landscaped and maintained by a new leading and dedicated management group known for its premier service. Coastline views and beach access make this a rare opportunity for a guest to enjoy and relax in an unprecedented resort.

– For the easiest route to White Rock Resort take Oakland Airport (OAK) to Del Norte Regional Airport at Jack McNamara Field (CEC). Jack McNamara Field is a commercial airport with daily flights to and from Oakland International Airport (OAK) provided by Contour Airlines.


Smith River plain, in the Klamath Mountains physiographic province of California, borders the Pacific Ocean in the northwest part of Del Norte County, 400 miles northwest of San Francisco. Cool summers and mild winters characterize the climate of the plain. Normal annual precipitation is about 75 inches. Precipitation is heaviest during the five coldest months, from November through March. Tourists are attracted by recreational facilities that provide for hiking or driving through the many miles of redwood trees (Sequoia sempervirens) and the profusion of wildflowers, including rhododendrons and azaleas that grow to heights of 20 to 30 feet.

Among other attractions are camping, picnicking, and swimming in Jedediah Smith State Park, located in a grove of redwoods on the banks of the Smith River; fishing for trout, steelhead, and salmon in the streams; and fishing in the surf and open sea. The Smith River is the wildest and cleanest river in the country outside of Alaska — indeed, it is one of the cleanest rivers in the world. The river was named for the explorer Jedediah Smith. In 1980, Smith River Alliance was incorporated as a non-profit organization of conservation, sport fishing, recreation, and civic groups united in their support for sound management of the Smith River as a component of both the National and the California Wild and Scenic Rivers systems. Smith River Alliance works with local communities, conservation groups, and government agencies to protect the spectacular forests, rivers, and wildlife of the greater Smith River ecosystem in Northern California. Encompassing ancient redwood forests, crystal clear waterways, and beautiful beaches, we’ve worked for 30 years to safeguard the natural treasures of the Smith River Watershed.



Our design team wanted to honor the creativity of outstanding architectural ideas while maintaining fundamental and recognizable stunning aspects, while also bringing our resort into the contemporary luxury mountain/oceanfront living style. Away from the bustle of daily life, White Rock Resort offers the chance to relax in a serene location that is both contemporary and classic.


With its pure green waters, an abundance of Chinook salmon, and steelhead, the Smith River is certainly a destination. It flows 25 miles from the Klamath Mountain range to the Pacific and is the only undammed river in California. It is also designated as a Wild and Scenic River.