Experience Native American stories, songs, hot rock cooking, and a guided tour of Sumeg village. On view are Brush Dance regalia, handmade baskets, and craft items. Free samples of traditional acorn soup, alder smoked salmon, and sun dried seaweed are available. Bring your lunch, relax, and enjoy the day with us while you get to know the local traditional culture.
Sumeg village, constructed in 1990, at Patrick’s Point State Park is a replica of a traditional Yurok village built by tribal members and is used to preserve and carry on the traditions of local Native American culture. The Village is open to the public and is actively used by the Yuroks and local tribes. Guided group tours can be arranged with the Park. Visitors can view a Brush Dance pit, sweat house, dressing houses for ceremonies, family houses, Yurok redwood canoe, and native plant garden.