CALIFORNIA’S REDWOOD COAST
Between the majestic coastline and the prehistoric trees lay the little-known treasures of Humboldt County.
Along the Lost Coast you can observe the sea lions and tide pools that have made their home among the springtime wildflowers and wave-worn boulders. Fish from the jetties, piers, boats and rivers for salmon, crab, and rockfish. The salmon average 8 to 20 lbs but have been known to grow up to 60lbs.
If retail therapy is your way to unwind, visit one of the many charming towns nestled amongst the trees. Ferndale, Eureka and Arcata all bring their own charm to the eclectic one-of-a-kind communities that make up Humboldt County.
And be sure to be here when the Hawaiian Chieftain and the Lady of Washington sail into town and port in Eureka in April. Although these towering pirate ships are just replicas, the Lady of Washington was authentic enough to be featured in Pirates of the Caribbean.
- Redwood Visitor’s Guide — Developed by the Humboldt County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau. Highly recommended.
- 101 Things To Do — The name must refer to our highway, because there is always more than 101 things to do in our area. Take a look at this online magazine of events.