Redwood National and State Parks are a string of beautiful protected forests, beaches and grasslands along Northern California’s coast. Meadows, prairies, cliff-lined beaches, and dense forests boasting the world’s tallest trees await visitors to Redwood National Park and its wealth of surrounding treasures. Although best known for the vast number of large coastal and old growth dawn redwood trees, the park also features spectacular giant sequoia trees. Fun fact, the park contains the three tallest trees in the world
Eureka is a city filled with a variety of activities and places to explore.
Old Town Eureka is lined with Victorian architecture featuring numerous local restaurants, boutique shops, and modern works of art.
Sequoia Forest & Garden is a treasured city space filled with family friendly things to do. Adjacent to the Sequoia Zoo, this public park encompasses a total of 67 acres, with hiking and biking trails, picnic tables and playgrounds.
Carson Mansion is a beautiful remnant of the city’s industrial past. One of the most photographed houses in the country, and a perfect example of old Victorian architecture
Highlighting the homegrown and unique Kinetic Grand Championship of Eureka, this non-profit museum is dedicated to this annual event dubbed “The Triathlon of the Art World.” Containing several past mobile sculptures, including some of the first entrants
Lost Coast Trail provides a unique backpacking opportunity on a wilderness coast. The 23-mile Lost Coast Trail follows the steep shoreline created by the adjacent King Mountain Range crashing into the ocean.
A 30-minute drive from Historic Old Town Eureka, the massive ocean features of this state beach are quickly spotted while descending the open meadow bluff
Learn the history of Humboldt Bay on an 8.5 mile cruise along the shores of Humboldt Bay while the Captain explains local history, industries, activities, points of interest and wildlife.
Eureka is right on the path of the world-famous Redwood Highway, a scenic automobile tour of Northern California this 230-mile route follows the 101 and cruises through countless redwood groves along the way.
Immediately north of Eureka, the equally historic city of Arcata contains nearly 800 acres of redwood forest within minutes of its small downtown district
Eureka offers numerous dining options for whatever cuisine you may be in the mood for
Take a step back in time at the Samoa Cookhouse for a family style dining experience. Meals served Lumber-Camp style, this is a historic experience the whole family will enjoy
Lost Coast Brewery is an award-winning brewery located in Eureka, California. They also have some of the best food you’ll find along the California coast and has become a prime gathering spot for locals and visitors alike.
Brick & Fire has beautifully seasonal salads and fire-roasted polenta lasagna, to seafood-stuffed calamari and slow-roasted osso bucco, the menu runs from rustic casual to redefined Italian favorites.
Let Humboldt Bay Bistro in Eureka, CA satisfy your cravings and indulge you with a remarkable dining experience. French home-style cooking, and mouthwatering Californian cuisine.
Located at the heart of the Eureka Golf Course, Cocina Mariposa provides quality interpretations of Mexican dishes inspired by regional Michoacán cuisine tapping into classic recipes and giving them a twist.
Sea Grill is housed in an 1876 Italianate Victorian building sporting a colorful past providing you with the finest seafood, prime rib, steaks and salad bar.