Find Your Humboldt County Wedding and Event Space

Perfect Humboldt County Wedding and Event Space

Searching for the perfect Humboldt County wedding or event space? Look no further….

Vacation rentals offer a unique, cost effective solution when it comes to planning a special celebration. Private vacation homes can be absolutely perfect for weddings, special events, and large groups for a number of reasons.

According the, vacation rentals offer the following perks for weddings or special events:

  • You can house the couple or the whole wedding party at the venue (for a weekend, week, or longer), splitting up the cost between your group.
  • Most wedding-friendly vacation rentals offer up no-nonsense, affordable nightly rates.
  • You can handpick your vendors, instead of being tied down to expensive ones required by more “professional” venues.
  • You can use amenities like a full, gourmet kitchen (prepare your own food for your guests) or a hot tub (pre or post-wedding relaxation) for free.
  • Since vacation rentals are booked for days at a time, you don’t have to pay for rehearsal time, ceremony time, or reception time.

So if you or someone you know is in the planning process now consider hosting a truly one-of-a-kind, personalized, and budget friendly event at one of these spectacular Humboldt County wedding and event spaces. See for yourself why so many other have chose to go the vacation rental route for their momentous events.

Eureka Wedding and Event Space

The Famous “Pink Lady” of Eureka, CA. 

Add a touch of Victorian Elegance to your wedding or special event with this historically famous and fully restored Queen Anne Victorian home.

Situated in Old Town Eureka on the Humboldt Bay, the Pink Lady offers all the comforts and amenities of an accommodating mansion, not to mention gorgeous bay views. Perfect for large groups of 50 people or more, this wonderful and very unique space could easily be used for both a ceremony and reception. The large, private yard features a beautiful garden with space for ample seating and a dance floor. The two main parlors offer enough space to seat 50 for a private and very elegant dinner. Four full bedrooms offer space to accommodate a large portion of your party as well.

Eureka Wedding and Event Space


Humboldt County Wedding and Event Space

Oyster Beach, Humboldt Bay, California

Say “I Do” with a Bayview at Oyster Beach.

Oyster Beach is a rustic-chic vacation rental estate located on the Samoa Peninsula of Humboldt Bay directly across the bay from Eureka, California. This stunning waterfront location that can accommodate intimate elopements and large, more casual events. The property boasts several outdoor sites on beaches, meadows, and groves which will make for the perfect event setting.

Oyster Beach is ideal for couples planning a rustic-chic Humboldt County event and also for those who would like the wedding party, friends and family to be able to stay on-site during festivities as there are three separate cabins located at Oyster Beach. Each of the cabins can be rented individually but for weddings and events the entire estate is rented, providing ample space for large parties.

Private Beach at this Humboldt County Wedding and Event Space

Contact our reservationist today to learn more about these great Humboldt County wedding and event spaces and reserve one for your special occasion today

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Humboldt County Wedding & Event Planners

For further assistance with planning your special event don’t forget to check out the following Humboldt County Wedding and Event Planners.


Gala Events and Weddings

Whether you’re planning an event to mark a special occasion, or your dream wedding with the love of your life, chances are you want your day to be spent making beautiful memories with your guests. Gala Events & Weddings will handle the details of your celebration, providing ease and elegance, so you and your guests can can enjoy the party, making beautiful memories that last a lifetime!  Contact 707-845-4998 or Email

 We love sharing our special Humboldt County wedding and event space with people on their special day and look forward to hosting you too!

Romance in the Redwoods – Valentine’s in Humboldt County

A box of chocolates, red roses, and a bottle of champagne. When Valentine’s Day gets too cliche, turn to a Redwood Coast getaway for for a romantic escape with you sweetheart. Here is a Valentine’s Day Humboldt County suggested itinerary that will surely have cupid shooting arrows from above.

  • Valentine’s Sunset Paddle on the Humboldt Bay

Who needs a romantic stroll when you can take a romantic paddle. Enjoy the setting of the sun this Valentine’s Day from aboard a tandem kayak in the beautiful Humboldt Bay. Let the glassy water and light breeze set the mood for you perfect Valentine’s in Humboldt County. This 3-hour guided tour departs at 2:30pm from the Woodley Island Marina in Eureka, CA and will loop around Woodley Island, having you and your dates back on land in time to make your dinner reservations. Register for this paddle with the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center by Thursday 2/11/16. Total cost is $45 and this includes your gear as well as complementary chocolates.

  • Wine Tasting with Bergeron Winery

6481PSignAfter your sunset paddle on the bay, head North on Highway 101 to the quaint (and very romantic) town of Trinidad, CA for some wine tasting with Bergeron Winery. Bergeron’s Tasting Room, located in the heart of Trinidad Village, is offering a Valentine’s wine tasting special for you and your sweetheart. Couple’s can enjoy 2 glasses of wine for special discounted rates of $23.50 for reds and $18 for whites. Bergeron is a small, family-owner boutique premium winery producing limited quantities of single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah wines. Bergeron’s tasting room offers not only fantastic wines to help set the mood, but a stunning view of the Redwoods as well… and it just happens to be located near the next stop in this romantic Valentine’s in Humboldt County itinerary….

  • Gourmet Dining at the Famous Larrupin Cafe

larrupin_1What would be Valentine’s Day without a romantic dinner at a fancy restaurant? Well Humboldt County has the perfect place for you and your love. Enjoy an evening of gourmet cuisine accompanied by live jazz music at Humboldt’s premier restaurant, Larrupin Cafe in beautiful Trinidad, CA. This restaurant is not only known for it’s amazing food but also its wonderfully eclectic ambiance. Serving up Traditional American, Cajun/Creole, Seafood and Steaks, their menu will be sure to woo you and your honey.

And what would be a getaway without a place to stay? Here are some amazingly cute and romantic vacation homes located throughout Humboldt County for your Valentine’s Weekend getaway. Be sure to book now to secure your reservations for this upcoming special holiday weekend…

Upscale Serene Redwood Retreat in Arcata – Perfect Couple’s Retreat.






Old Town Victorian Cottage in Beautiful Old Town Eureka!
Elegant Ocean View Suite @ Whale Rock is your Romantic Vacation Getaway!
Scotty Point Cabin – Secluded & Perfect Coastal Escape!
Brand New Warm & Open Cottage on Farm Setting

See these and other great Humboldt County vacation rentals available for your Valentine’s Weekend Humboldt County getaway at

It is true, all we need is love in this life, but a little Valentine’s Weekend romantic getaway never hurts!

Book today to reserve your stay with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals for Valentine’s Day 2016

Northern California’s Most Scenic Drives Through the Redwoods

avenue-frontThere is a good chance that you have seen images of cars cruising on the world-famous Avenue of the Giants. When it comes to scenic drives through California’s ancient Redwood Forest this 31-mile portion of old Highway 101 has been featured in countless photo shoots that highlight the magnificent giant trees along this easily accessible route. Although the Avenue of the Giants has some of the most impressive trees in the entire redwood belt, we would like to take you off of this beaten path for a moment to three more of Northern California’s most scenic drives through the redwoods.

1. Howland Hill Road – Located just a few miles outside of Crescent City, CA, this mostly unpaved 10-mile long stretch of road takes motorists through the heart of Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.  Be prepared to encounter towering old growth redwood trees up close and personal from the comfort of your vehicle. Or adventure out onto any of the numerous marked trailheads that shoot off from the road. Also, be sure to be on the look out for Ewoks because this is where they filmed Star Wars: Return of the Jedi! Truly a magnificent drive.

Photo : Redwoods.Info

2. Newton B. Drury Parkway – Six miles North of the town of Orick, CA. lies one of the not to be missed scenic drives through the redwoods. Named after the once executive secretary of the Save-the-Redwoods League in California, this 10-mile long alternative to Highway 101 takes you through the heart of Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park where you will encounter ancient old growth forests, numerous trailheads, and almost certainly herds of famous redwoods residents, the Roosevelt Elk. This route also takes you to a 100-yard paved trail that leads to the famous “Big Tree”, a coastal redwood measuring a whooping 304 feet tall and 21 feet in diameter!

cropped-redwoodcoast.jpg3. Coastal Drive  – Just beyond the redwood curtain you will find the this narrow coastal road that provides some of the most amazing panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Klamath River estuary. This 9-mile loop offers excellent opportunities for whale watching from multiple breathtaking overlooks along the route. Be sure to take a look at the old farmhouse closely, it is actually a historic World War II radar station! Great hiking trails and backcountry camping can also be accessed from Coastal Drive if you are in search of a more rugged adventure. Be aware that some sections of this road may be closed seasonally due to landslides but may still be explored on foot or by bicycle.

If you are visiting sometime soon be sure to check out listings for vacation homes located near these three most scenic drives through the redwoods. These vacation rentals near Redwoods National Park are the perfect home base for exploring the Redwood Coast region and these scenic drives through the redwoods.

Stone Lagoon Cabin Near Redwood National Park


Humboldt County Fall and Winter Travel Tips

The Redwood Coast receives an influx of tourists year round, but Humboldt County Fall and Winter travel offer visitors some special perks that you just won’t get during the other seasons. Here we have compiled a short list of some of our favorite Humboldt County Fall and Winter Travel advantages. So get your rain boots on, umbrellas out, and get ready to explore the Redwood Coast with these fun Humboldt County fall and winter travel tips.

1. Redwood National Park have few visitors.

475P4trail.bmpFor those seeking solitude and more desolate trails, the fall and winter months are the time to visit. In 2014 alone Redwood National Park received 429,166 visitors. That translates to roughly 1,175 people per day exploring the park. However, the majority of these visitors come during the summer months, leaving many of the park’s trails wide open in the winter. Weather in the redwoods during winter remains moderate and although rain is likely in the fall and winter months, the dense forests provide a marvelous canopy that acts sort of like natures umbrella.

2. Waterfalls are flowing.

2015 Marked an extremely dry year all Trillium4across the globe. But with El Nino heading toward California in the months to come it is being predicted that this winter will be a wet one. For many reasons this is wonderful news, but it also makes for great waterfall viewing opportunities throughout Humboldt County & Six River National Forest. Some of our favorite Humboldt County coastal waterfalls include Trillium Falls, Fern Canyon, and Mill Creek Falls located in McKinleyville, CA.

3. Fall Colors Are Popping

Big Leaf Maple 11/2/2015 Max Forster

Max Forster pretty much summed this up on his recent trip to photograph Avenue of the Giants in Southern Humboldt. Although there are many places in the county to catch the fall splendor, it is here at Avenue of the Giants where the best maples can be seen. Check out the rest of Max Forster’s Avenue of the Giant fall photo shoot here.

4. The Great Migration 

humpback-whale-436115_640 November – January marks the peak of the southern migratory season for whales. As they make their way toward Baja California an estimated 15,000 whales pass by the shores of Humboldt County. Head out in the early morning hours to any cliff overlooking the ocean and your chances of sighting them are very good. Patricks Point or Trinidad Head are great places to start. Also for you birders out there, many species of migratory birds can be sighted during winter months in the Humboldt Bay. December’s “Christmas Bird Counts” are are said to be the top 20 in the entire nation. Check with the Redwood Region Audubon Society for more great info about bird walk and birdwatching tours.

 5. Forest Foraging for Fungi 
Craterellus_tubaeformis_500x332Along with with the first rains comes mushroom hunting season in Humboldt County. From November and on you can find a plethora of species in the forests throughout the region. Humboldt County’s mild yet wet winters allow for optimal picking well into the cooler winter months also. Boletes, matsutakes, hedgehogs, and candy caps tend to pop out earlier in the hunting season, while black trumpets and yellowfoot chanterelles appear in the later part of winter. If you are not sure exactly how honed in your identification skills are, The Humboldt Bay Mycology Society has filed trips schedule throughout December and beyond. These trips are a great way to get out into the field with experts who can show you some of Humboldt’s foray sites. Definitely something yummy to look forward to on cold, wet Humboldt County winter days.


Humboldt County Guided Tours

2014-03-11-09-27-50-e1425501932467You have decide to vacation on the Redwood Coast. You’ve heard all about the majestic redwood forest, the rugged Northern California coastline, and scenic waterways of Humboldt County and you want to find the ideal way to explore them all. Where to start? With so much to see and do on the Redwood Coast sometimes it is challenging to plan it all on your own.

475P4trail.bmp-660x495Whether you are seeking an exhilarating whitewater river adventure, a mellow paddle on the Humboldt Bay, or a serene stroll through the giant redwoods, having a guide who knows and loves these natural features is sometimes key to getting the most out of your visit. Well Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has recently teamed up with a local Humboldt County guided tours service in order to provide our guest with the optimal Humboldt County experience.

Since 2014 Pacific Outfitters has been organizing and running tours to some of the north coasts most popular destinations. Their  well seasoned and highly trained professional guides lead hiking, kayaking & S.U.P., surfing, fishing, and hunting trips that will take you off the beaten path in a safe and supported environment. Some of the places these guides will take you to are not even marked on a map!

10479099_10203252344202313_7780821879346885407_o-e1425501349533Pacific Outfitters offers Humboldt County guided tours that suit nearly all ages and abilities. They can even provide transport to and from the tour location in their special tour van that seats up to 9 people making it easy to coordinate travel even for larger groups.

When stayihuntingaleutianjohnng with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals simply mention it upon booking a trip with Pacific Outfitters to receive special discounted rates on these amazing Humboldt County guided tours.

Hike amongst the world’s tallest trees, paddle the Humboldt Bay, catch yourself some salmon, or surf like a local on your next trip to the Redwood Coast!




Live Like a Local, Humboldt County Furnished Rentals

When seeking out a temporary living experience on California’s North Coast why not live as the locals do? North Coast Furnished Rentals allows you to do so easily in one of their fully furnished, high-end homes located throughout Humboldt County, CA. Whether you are in need of corporate housing for a large group or just a cozy place to call home during your stay, North Coast Furnished Rentals has the perfect Humboldt County furnished rentals for you. These affordable home rang from 1-6 bedroom and feature and array of amenities and perks.

Parkside Corporate Rental in Eureka, CA

Parkside Home in Eureka, CA located near Sequoia Park and Hospital in Eureka boasts hardwood floors, open and spacious living room, dining room, and kitchen, master bedroom with California King bed and bath and two queen bedrooms. Two full baths, office with a full futon, nice deck in the backyard overlooking the woods surrounding Sequoia Park.  Convenient location and great house to set up base on the Redwood Coast.

Eureka’s Premier Modern Loft

This furnished modern loft is located in a 1920s storefront near the waterfront in Old Town Eureka, California. The 1200 square foot loft crafted from salvaged redwood and industrial elements, equally inspired by modern design and the history of the North Coast.

Arcata Furnished Townhome near HSU.

Perhaps you are needing to be a bit closer to Humboldt State University? North Coast Furnished rentals offers homes in Arcata, CA as well. Take this 2 bedroom upstairs townhouse with a deck overlooking a coastal redwood forest. House has all of the needed amenities and is right next to the north end of Humboldt State University. Whether you’re a professional working in the area, a parent of an HSU student, or just exploring Humboldt County, you will love the convenience of walking to the campus, the Community Forest trailhead, or town, then return to your clean and quiet space.

There is a new way to stay in Humboldt County….

These and many more Humboldt County furnished rentals are available through North Coast Furnished Rentals.

Something Borrowed, Something Blue, Humboldt County Wedding Venues

The time has come at last! You are marrying the person of your dreams. You and your spouse-to-be decide there would be no better place to profess each others love in front of your friends and family than in a setting that many refer to as “nature’s cathedral”… California’s Majestic Redwoods Coast.
7a6a4920981b5117d8d6e3fd5fd092a9Perhaps you will wed on a pristine beach, or nestled in the redwood forest itself surrounded by the tallest trees in the world. But wait, Humboldt County has fabulous vineyards and gorgeous orchards as well. There are practically endless options for perfect Humboldt County wedding venues. Whether its beach, forest, or even a Victorian mansion, Humboldt has the perfect wedding venue for you and your sweetheart.

If you are needing a space for the actual ceremony, the reception, maybe both, or even just space to accommodate all of your out-of-town guests, Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals is the perfect place to start your search. With some of the most breathtaking homes in Humboldt County many of their listings make for ideal wedding and reception locations. These upscale vacation homes offer privacy, spectacular ocean and forest views, and can also accommodate large groups such as your wedding party.

Great for large weddings of 50 or more people

Oyster Beach is a 14-Acres Historic Homestead that features a 1-Mile long stretch of secluded private beach and There are 3 separate vacation rentals on the property.




These spectacular units, featured in Sunset Magazine, can be rented together to accommodate larger groups & events.

Whale Rock, Humboldt County Wedding Venue

Whale Rock is another beautiful property located on the exclusive Patrick’s Point Drive area which is about two miles north of the village of Trinidad, and 3 miles south of Patrick’s Point State Park.



Whale Rock consists of 3 Separate Luxury 2 & 1 Bedroom Suites that can be rented together to accommodate smaller more intimate gatherings. This home features an expansive yard directly above the Pacific and a private stairway down to wild, rocky beach. You may even catch a glimpse of migrating whales on your special day at the right time of year!

Pink Lady, Eureka CA. Victorian Wedding Venue

The famous Pink Lady, a Victoria Era Mansion in the heart of Old Town Eureka, offers the classic charm that many envision for their wedding day. This immaculate Victorian home features all of the ornate detailing you would expect in a home from this era.


Outdoor-recetio-ideas-Tented-wedding-receptionThe Pink Lady also has a large, beautifully landscaped yard that is absolutely perfect for an intimate wedding. Talk about fairy tales!

Make your magical union even more magical with one of these perfect Humboldt County wedding venues!

Contact Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals for more information about additional Humboldt County wedding venues

Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals in Humboldt County

Photo: Richard Stenger, Redwood.Info

Many of us animal lovers know what it feels like to have our furry friends denied access to accommodations when traveling. Our companions, aka best friends, aka pets, simply do not share the same rights as their owners. “No pets allowed” they say. Or “a sanitation fee will be charged if animals enter the premise” they say. What’s with all the discrimination?

guilty_cute_dog_puppy_trouble_accidentLook we know our pets can get a little rowdy sometimes and there are even instances when they completely break the rules…however we still love them and in many cases simply can’t leave them behind when we travel. Next time you journey to the Redwood Coast you don’t have to because thankfully, there are great pet friendly vacation rentals in Humboldt County.

1885290194Take the quaint fishing village of Trinidad, CA for instance. This popular destination alone
has 5 spectacular vacation rentals that not only welcome pets but offer great outdoor spaces for dogs to run around in as well. Many of these pet friendly vacation homes even have trails that lead directly to the beach, which, 9960830118as any dog owner knows, is puppy PARADISE!  There is also many other pet friendly trails in Humboldt to explore with your four-legged friends located nearby these fully equipped, ocean view and pet friendly vacation rentals.

What dog wouldn’t choose something like this vs. the kennel?! These pet friendly vacation rentals in Trinidad make it easy for you to bring the entire family along to experience the California Redwood forest. So cancel the kennel, pack the leash, and check out this complete list of pet friendly vacation rentals in Humboldt County.

Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals offers all of the pet friendly vacation rentals in Trinidad, CA that are pictured here. All are excellent options if you are seeking accommodation for both you and your pet for your next visit to Humboldt.

Fully Equipped, Ocean View Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals in Trinidad CA /Humboldt County

The Famous “Pink Lady” – Eureka’s Victorian Vacation Rentals

10636055_454727321334084_8183420074854413979_nRedwood Coast Vacation Rentals strives to provide it’s guests with the most unique and diverse styles of vacation homes in Humboldt County. They literally have something to fit every taste and budget. Over the years guests have enjoyed their wonderful cottages, cabins, beach houses, condos, studios, and country estates. Whether it is beachfront, private woods, ocean views, downtown, or riverfront accommodations you are seeking they got you covered. Well this year RCVR has introduced a few Victorian vacation rentals in Eureka that really showcases the diversity that they feature…well this new one is sure to tickle you pink….

800px-Pink_lady_in_eurekaThe famous Pink Lady is a unique Queen Anne/Eastlake property overlooking the Humboldt Bay. This ornate victorian era home was built by the Newsom brothers, the same respected architects that constructed the iconic Carson Mansion which is the most well known and photographed victorian house in the 11143260_10207131550386263_395406706367577213_nUnited States and is located directly across from the Pink Lady. Originally built in 1889 as a wedding gift for local lumber mogul J. Carson’s son, the Pink Lady has since passed through a handful of owners that have meticulously maintained this national treasure.

Primarily used as office space over the years, RCVR is extremely excited for the opportunity to breath new life into this building. Their guests will now have the opportunity to stay in this super unique Victorian home on their next visit to Eureka, CA. This is sure to become one of the best Victorian vacation rentals out there!

11707313_10207131538145957_5467045474852523583_nThis home has the type of beautiful details that you just do not see in homes these days. The fabulous woodwork, tiles, plaster moldings, and fireplaces make this a super special place. The exterior also has elaborate period-defining details including sharply pitched roof lines, stained glass windows and a prominent 11666087_10207131546946177_7269417301959081017_nfront turret. A true Victorian era gem!

If you are interested in the opportunity to be the very first guest to stay at the Pink Lady please contact Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. They will soon be accepting bids from the public for this special opportunity.

11063536_10207131532745822_8447596911762444944_nVictorian vacation rentals at this caliber are rare and many travelers will be excited to call the Pink Lady their home away from home on their next trip to the Redwood Coast.

Be sure to follow Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals on Facebook to take part in the interior design process and to receive special information about their upcoming  “Pink Lady” Promotions.





5 Humboldt County Day Trips You Will Love

With so many things to see and do on the Redwood Coast it is sometimes a challenge to try to decide what all to do during your stay here. Well don’t worry because in order to help we have compiled this short list of our Top 5 Humboldt County Day Trips….

1) Avenue of the Giants

avenue-frontThis 31-mile scenic stretch of Hwy 101 just south of Fortuna, CA runs through Humboldt Redwoods State Park alongside the Eel River.  This route features the largest remaining stand of virgin redwoods in the world.  Right from the highway you can see some of the largest and oldest Redwood Trees in existence today. These towering giants shade the winding road and provide for a spectacular cruise through the forest…quite literally too since there is actually a drive-thru tree on this road. The Avenue of the Giants route offers several parking areas and picnic sites, as well as excellent swimming holes to explore.

2) Horse Back Through Redwoods National Park

around-the-bend_0May through November your can experience some the the world’s tallest trees on horseback with the Redwood Creek Buckarettes who offer guided tours through Redwoods National Park. These are approximately 2-hour interpretive tours that include a lot of great information on Coastal Redwoods, as well as local wildlife, flora and history. These trips are really great for families also.

3)  Rafting, Kayaking, or SUP on Humboldt’s Scenic Waterways

trinity-river-near-burntWhether you are seeking a soft adventure or a more adrenaline driven one Humboldt County’s scenic waterways offer something for you. Head out with Six River Rafting for a 1/2 Day, Full-Day and Multi-Day Whitewater Trip on beautiful Trinity River out of Willow Creek, CA. Or take a more mellow paddle around Humboldt Lagoons State Park located just North of Trinidad, CA. Kayak Zak’s located at Stone Lagoon is a great resource for kayak and stand up paddle board rentals and they also offer guided trips as well. The Humboldt Bay is a great place to explore by kayak or stand up paddle board also.

4) Beer and Wine Tours

id6637683_med_hr-2With 6 breweries it is no wonder why Humboldt Beer Tours uses the slogan “drink Humboldt”. Taking a tour with these guys is best way to experience each of the breweries’ unique history and world class craft beer. Public tours are offered 5 days per week and depart from the Humboldt Bay Tourism Center located at 205 G St. in Old Town Eureka. Private tours are available upon request.

Whether you head south, north or east you will find wine tasting options throughout Humboldt. Briceland Vineyards, located in southern Humboldt near Avenue of the Giants, has an excellent tasting room that is open Tuesday-Friday 1-6pm.  To the north be sure to visit Bergeron Winery’s Tasting Room in the seaside village of Trinidad, CA.  And if you plan to head east toward Willow Creek, CA phone ahead to schedule a tour with either Winnett Vineyards  or Dogwood Estates Winery.

5) Take a Cruise on Humboldt Bay Aboard The Madaket 

sternm-295x255On Humboldt Bay since 1910, the Madaket is an important part of local history. This vessel sets out 7 days a week (times vary) from the foot of “C” street in Eureka, CA. Whether you are wanting to learn more about the history of the bay and Eureka, local plants and wildlife, or just take a relaxing evening cocktail cruise, the Madaket has a tour for you. This is a really great way to take in all the sights and sounds of this spectacular bay. Be sure to book your tour in advance.

Even if you are only able to make just one of these special trips during your stay you will get a great glimpse at some of things Humboldt County is know best for.

For vacation homes near the Humboldt County day trips listed above visit:

Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals 

Find your perfect home away from home on the Redwood Coast today!