This Fall, fall in love with this sweet little home on a gorgeous farm setting in the remote mountains of Northern California. Nestle alongside the Trinity River in Hawkins Bar, just outside of the town of Willow Creek, you will find one of the most darling vacation rentals in CA.
Peach Orchard’s Little Home a wonderful country escape situated on a working ranch in the private riverside community known as Trinity Village just outside of Willow Creek, CA. Unlike many vacation rentals in CA, this home is just a short walk to a pristine private river spot on the wild and scenic Trinity River. For those visiting the coastal Redwood forests of Northern California, the Trinity River is also a must see. Just a short distance inland from Redwood National Park, fishing, river rafting, kayaking, and swimming holes are all abundant on this 165-mile watershed that runs through Trinity and Humboldt Counties.
During the summer months, the Trinity is a sought-after spot for some serious river fun in the mountain sun, but fall is a very special time of year here as well. The colors within the Six Rivers National Forest are beginning to turn to gorgeous yellows, oranges, and reds. There is a slight chill to the air in the evening but the days remain warm and pleasant. And harvest time is here. In addition to peaches, the orchard produces an abundance of apples, grapes, pears, and in October the farm is beginning to harvest their delicious kiwis. Guests staying at Peach Orchard’s Little Home can find freshly harvested goodies in their rental, courtesy of the owners. And from time to time guests staying at the home might even have the potential possibility of taking part in the harvest, depending on what the farm has going on during their stay.
You will absolutely love vacation rentals in CA like this. The rural setting at this magnificent tiny home with all the orchards and livestock make for the perfect country escape. Currently, the ranch has two milking cows and a brand new calf that is being trained to become their next milking cow. Several chickens call the ranch home too. From time to time tours of the ranch may be available so guest can get up close and personal with the animals that reside there. Just inquire with the host upon arrival to see what opportunities are available.
Vacation rentals in CA just got a bit sweeter with Peach Orchard’s Little Home on the Trinity River. This and several other vacation homes in the Willow Creek area can be found at Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. They offer fantastic coastal vacation rentals in Northern California near the Redwoods as well. When staying at their Willow Creek properties you are only about an hour away from Redwood National and State Parks to the west and an hour to the east you can find the town of Weaverville where there is a rich history and amazing hikes such as the favorite Boulder Lakes Hike which offers impressive scenery of the Trinity Alps.
While many vacation rentals in CA require a minimum stay of 2 nights, Peach Orchard’s Little Home in now accepting 1 night stays, making it the perfect place to stop and rest if you are just passing through the area of Willow Creek on your Northern California adventure. Escape to the real Northern California and experience the perfect country getaway this fall. Peach Orchard awaits you!
Autumn brings a sense of cozy sweaters, pumpkin flavored everything, and comfortable cabins that you’ll want to stay in on your redwood forest vacation getaway. This harvest season bring your loved ones on a trip of a lifetime to Northern California where you’ll want to set out on a beautiful scenic path to catch a glimpse of all things fall!
There is nothing better during the fall season than a cozy getaway, and Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has all the necessary cabins, cottages, and vacation homes to keep you and yours busy exploring the coastal towns and checking up on all the local fall flare. This season, as the leaves begin to change, the crisp autumn breeze whips around you, head out on a fabulously scenic drive, which is a perfect fall activity to do on your redwood forest vacation. Plus, you won’t want to miss out on the photo-worthy colorful foliage!
From Green to Yellow
Spring and summer bring a vibrancy of lush, greenery to the Northern California coast. Whether it’s deep in the forest, high above the canopy, or along the walls of Fern Canyon, autumn makes the bright chartreuse and gorgeous viridescent shift to a stunning kaleidoscope of wonderful warm browns, rich purples, and vivacious reds, oranges, and yellows. One of the best times of year to experience this immaculate change is during the harvest season. With California having one of the longest and most diverse fall colors than anywhere else you’ll be surprised to find that at any point during autumn, you can come across a wide array of fall foliage.
While some might assume that the East Coast is where you should be for the fall foliage, truly everywhere along the Northern latitude has the chance to make a memorable impression. The difference in California is that as the elevation drops the colors begin to turn, which means you’ll be able to experience beautiful colors from September through November. The best part is that if you miss peak season on the east, all you have to do is just drive to a lower elevation for you to experience peak season on the west.
According to California Fall Color, right now, the Northern Coast hasn’t begun the transformation into fall, but that means it’s a perfect time to book your redwood forest vacation to ensure you’re here during that peak foliage time! Keep updated with all the fantastic fall foliage reports of California, here!
Are you a Leaf Seeker?
That’s right, do you want to forge your own path to find the best leaf peeping tours around northern California? Then you’re in for a treat during your fabulous redwood forest vacation! There are so many scenic drives that you’ll want to check our while staying at one of our amazing rentals along the Pacific Coast.
An Autumn Prairie
Located right in the thick of North Humboldt County you’ll find the Redwood Scenic Parkway; this sweet route will take you through Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. From Trinidad, head north on Hwy 101 towards Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway, which happens to be the scenic Hwy 101, loop around to Hwy 101 again and head south back to Trinidad. This hour-long trip is perfect for a day trip. We recommend stopping at Larrupin Cafe in Trinidad for a delicious dinner for two. Try out their carpaccio for an appetizer, the thinly sliced tenderloin will melt in your mouth and their Cornish game hen for an entree, which is blackened and served with a lovely orange brandy glaze. Take a look at their menu for even more tantalizing options.
A Harvest Fern
If you want to spend some more time in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, opt to take the Davidson Road exit from Hwy 101, right around Berry Glenn and head north along the coast to Fern Canyon. You’ll head off the paved road for six miles on this path until you reach Gold Bluffs Beach, pack a picnic lunch and spend some time on the beach before hopping back in the car and continuing for an additional 3 miles. Once you reach the parking lot at the end, you’ll begin your journey to Fern Canyon, which is deep in the redwood forest. Before heading home, head north to Klamath, and dine at the Historic Requa Inn. Serving up family-style meals, you’ll able to fuel up after your trip through Fern Canyon before heading south on Hwy 101 back to your redwood forest vacation rental.
A Fall Giant
Looking at seeing the giant redwoods, which have been calling your name? Head out on the beautiful Avenue of the Giants scenic tour for an unforgettable day trip. A must for anyone wanting to see the massive redwood trees. In South Humboldt County you’ll find this route on the southern portion of Hwy 101 which will put you directly through Humboldt Redwood State Park. You’ll want to make sure you park your car and explore the hiking and biking trails throughout the area. During the fall, even a change in elevation can have a significant change in autumn colors. For a bite before heading back to the coast, try the Avenue Cafe, located in Miranda, CA. Right by the Avenue of the Giants this quaint restaurant is known for their calzones and delicious pizza.
Need even more leaf peeping tours? Take a look at this wonderfully curated list of scenic drives through Northern California.
Forge your picturesque path this autumn and experience the Northern California harvest season with your loved ones! Book your redwood forest vacation today with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals and begin planning your ultimate fall retreat.
There is something about the harvest season that makes you want to book a vacation getaway to California’s Northern Coast. Maybe it’s the fact that when the season shifts and the weather cools down, you’re going to want to wear a cozy sweater and spend a few nights in the comfiest Redwood cabins.
Here at Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, we have the perfect selection of cabins to fit everyone’s needs. Plus, we are here to help you find the best option to fit your budget and any activities that you’re looking at accomplishing! So, stick around, and we’ll show you how to find top California coastal redwood cabins.
Finding what you’re looking for when it comes to a cabin is easy, do you want something in the countryside, do you want a cottage deep in the redwoods, or something right next to the Pacific Ocean? Three very different options, but depending on what you’re hoping for, we can help accomplish your dream cabin getaway this fall! It also means that you’re going to want to have an idea of what you’d like to do during your vacation. Each of these locations brings something special and will create a unique time along California’s Golden Coast.
Eureka, is a great local city, with tons of shopping and restaurants, but many don’t realize that we offer cabin options set in Eureka’s countryside. So, if a country getaway is what you absolutely want, our beautiful Two Story Country Cabin is perfect for a family wanting to get away for a few days. We recommend that you enjoy spending time together on the property, especially if you’re a large enough group, you can make meals at your rental which can help save a bit on your budget. You can also spend a lot of time outside when at a country cabin. I bet the furry neighbors will enjoy you saying, “Hi,” while they graze on their pasture. Plus, this location has stunning meadow views, and we can promise that the ocean isn’t the only fantastic panorama you’ll want to capture while vacationing to California.
Surrounded by Redwoods
Finding a cabin where you’re encompassed by Redwoods isn’t too hard, all you have to do is look in Trinidad! While there are lots of rentals and cottages in this forest town, you might want to check out this cute cabin near Moonstone Beach, that you’ll want to spend your vacation days. Secluded within the woods, there is a particular type of magical feeling you’ll get when arriving at the doorsteps to this haven. Not only will you be surrounded by giant Redwoods, the private yard, and stunning gardens will have you in your own oasis. It’s a great option for those interested in art, as you’ll find the wall and floor artwork intriguing, but it might just be the sculpture garden that places you in an artist’s home away from home. The sculptures are simply amazing, and a must see while staying on this property.
Near the Ocean
McKinleyville is a sweet coastal town near the Pacific Ocean, so many of the cabins and rentals near this city are just steps away from the shoreline and water. Forest Ocean is both with a wooded backdrop and just a short walk to Clam Beach. You’ll find that this cozy and quiet cottage is perfect for a couple or small family. Secluded yet close to the beach and with two private decks, a large bedroom, and plenty of yard-space outside for your four-legged best friend, you and your loved one will be entirely happy with this option.
When searching high and low for a rustic rental you’re going to want to choose the right city to stay in, thankfully our vacation rentals are located in plenty of coastal towns, and all are within driving distance from one another. Plus, there are lots of fall activities in each of these places to enjoy during your stay! We know that the Redwood Forest brings lots of people to the coast, but there are other local hotspots you’ll want to check out!
First up, smoked fish off the Pacific coast sounds delightful. Katy’s Smokeshop, you can get just that! Katy’s has been serving up smoked, locally caught King salmon for over sixty years. With around 15 smoked items on their menu, you’ll have lots of options to choose, and we recommend you try some on your trip! You can even use their recipes for a delicious appetizer or meal the whole family will enjoy!
California wine country isn’t entirely synonymous with the Northern counties, but we think you should try a sip of wine at Briceland Vineyards. Their family own operations use Humboldt County grown grapes. Local and known for award winning wine, you’ll really want to spend some time walking through their vineyard. Enjoy a taste of their Single Vineyard Pinot Noirs, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay.
Madaket Harbor Cruises will get you out on Humboldt Bay for a fantastic day trip while staying at one of our Redwood Cabins. Whether you’re looking to learning more about this history of Humboldt Bay, discovering the local eco system within the area, or sipping on a few cocktails while cruising around, there is a fun charter trip for everyone and every family size!
Whether it’s the ocean coast, access to downtown activities, or the great outdoors, our cabins are all over Northern California. Spanning Humboldt County all the way to the Trinity River, we know you’ll find just what you’re looking for when picking Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. Book your quaint and cozy redwood cabins, fall getaway with us today, then start planning for a fantastic trip you won’t want to miss!
Ready to plan your northern CA vacation of a lifetime? So are we! Not only do we at, Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals have some of the best and dare we say unique vacation rentals in CA, but we’re also here to help you make the most out of your stay. We’ve got plenty of activities, sights, and rentals for you to choose from which makes up why Northern California is a fantastic place to travel to, year round. You won’t want to miss out on these great reasons to experience something as spectacular as the magnificent Redwoods.
Perfect for year-round travels, you’ll be surprised that California, especially the Northern part makes an exceptional destination throughout all seasons. Year-round, this fabulous forest location on average is a pleasant, balmy 40-60 degrees! Which is great weather for practically any activity because it’s not too hot nor is it too cold, although it isn’t uncommon for there to be snow during winter and fog during warmer months. We like to say; it’s always the best bet to pack extra layers, just in case!
The Redwood National Forest and State Parks dominate much of Northern California’s land, but there is much to see and do while visiting in this area. Plus, there is far more than just the massive Redwoods to draw your attention to our local treasure of Humboldt County.
First up, we’ll mention the Redwood’s because you can’t come to this location without spotting one or many of these tall trees. With only 5% left of the grand Redwood National Forest, conservation efforts continue to this day, but visiting these amazing redwoods is a photo opportunity you don’t want to miss. Standing next to them, you’ll find yourself dwarfed to the tiniest size imaginable. We also recommend keeping your head to the sky for gorgeous photos showcasing just how tall these trees are.
When in the Redwood Forest, hike your way to the Fern Canyon in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, and see just for yourself the amazing wonders that coat the stone walls. Ferns of all different types grow in this hidden walkway. Many visitors to area bring waterproof shoes – in case they get wet from the damp conditions.
You can almost spot the ocean from anywhere within the region, a nod to the coastal life, which is rooted in the area. The towering coastal fronts have observation decks in many different towns and locations for guests and visitors to check out. You’ll want to stop at one of these spots to view the panorama of the Pacific. Just like the photo, you’ll see the rocky ledges and beautiful blue waters below. You also might find some marine life if you keep your eyes on the sea. Animal like sea lions dot the coastal sandy beaches while whales are often spotted swimming farther off the coast.
Finally, for the ultimate scenic experience, go for a drive along the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway. One of the many coastal and scenic highways in throughout Humboldt County, you’re bound to see one of the prettiest drives of America’s roadways. The ten mile stretch of land is alternative for US 101, just keep your eyes peeled for the resident Roosevelt Elk herd! Not only are the scenic surroundings something visitors look forward too, but you’re able to experience more than just photographic panoramas.
Try something new while at your vacation rentals in CA, with horseback riding through the woodland brush or along the beach. You’ll love seeing the area from a new perspective, especially while traveling. There are a few locations where horseback riding is a fun adventure for all, check out the Korobi Stables or Cuneo Creek Horse Camp, if you want to go for a ride on a different set of wheels or should we say hooves?
Plus, don’t forget to look at our excellent vacation rentals in CA! Along with a number of activities to choose from, many of our rentals offer great amenities like the Boardwalk Loft – on the Bay in Old Town Eureka! Located right on the boardwalk and within walking distance of all that Eureka has to give, this fabulous rental has spectacular views of the bay and a perfect choice just for two!
If you need a little more room for the whole family check out Sanctuary Home on the North Coast, which is ideal for a larger family or group wanting to be in an architecturally stunning home and close to the beach! Located in Trinidad, this rental brings architecture, art, and Northern California together in a beautifully designed home featuring four bedrooms, beautiful views, and amazing craftsmanship.
No matter how you decide to spend your days, make sure you’re along California’s Northern Coast. With incredible scenery, remarkable forests full of life, and a never ending list of fun you won’t go wrong choosing your vacation rentals in CA with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. Plan your trip out west for an unforgettable getaway, what are you waiting for, the coast is calling your name!
With 100+ miles of coastline, a sprawling bay, and pristine rivers, Humboldt County is definitely a premier kayaking destination…. Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals offers coastal vacation rentals near some of Northern California’s best kayaking spots.
When preparing for your redwood forest vacation be sure to scout out these top kayaking destination and the amazing coastal vacation rentals located nearby….
Humboldt Lagoons – Comprised of Big Lagoon, Stone Lagoon, and Freshwater Lagoon,these large protected bodies of water are wonderful for kayaking, paddle boarding, wildlife viewing, and fishing. The lagoons provide many points of access and boat ramps for small craft. Visitors to the lagoons have the opportunity to see otters, elk, migratory birds, and much more. For guided tours and equipment rental stop in a Kayaks Zak’s located at the Stone Lagoon Visitor Center.
All 3 of the Humboldt Lagoons are located just moments from Redwood National Park and the town of Orick. There are several coastal vacation rentals located nearby. The Freshwater Lagoon Nature Retreat is pretty spectacular if you are looking to be near the waterways and the national park. This property boasts sixteen private waterfront acres which sit at the entry way to Redwood National and State Park just minutes from the tallest trees in the world. The giant floor to ceiling windows throughout the house allows you to gaze out at the beautiful natural setting of scenic 200 acre Freshwater Lagoon. Beautiful sunsets over the Pacific Ocean await you here!
Trinidad Pier – Trinidad sits on one of the most phenomenal stretches of the entire northern California Coastline. You don’t want to miss out in launching out here for some sea kayaking. Located at the pier you will find a small beach launch for kayaks and other small craft. When exploring here you will get the chance to discover ancient kelp beds, lots of interesting rock formations, several types of migratory birds, seal colonies, and loads of other marine life.
Coastal vacation rentals in the town of Trinidad are abundant, but for the absolute best view of the Trinidad Pier and Harbor itself check out the Seascape Home. This 3 bedroom & 1 bath main house and 1 bedroom with 1 bath suite provide stunning views of the Trinidad Harbor and put you just steps from the beach launch.
Mad River Slough – Meander by boat along the channels where the Mad River diverts into the Humboldt Bay. This is hands down one of the best places for birdwatching in the area. Located at the North end of Manila, the Mad River Slough offers a ramp to launch off of and is a great place to set out to explore this local waterway. Pacific Outfitters leads a 2 to 4-mile tour of the Mad River Slough. This is truly a must see for all birders!
Eel River Estuary – This is by far one of the richest areas for wildlife in the region. And with a new boat ramp at Pedrazzini Park in Loleta, this is a great place to launch your boat. Offering tidal wetlands, fresh water marshes, sand dunes, grass lands, beach frontage and a half moon bay on the Eel River, this is an excellent spot for viewing river otters, harbor seals, migratory birds, salmon and steel head. During the winter this estuary is also a refuge for tens of thousands of Aleutian Geese.
Located just minutes from the estuary and beaches you can find several coastal vacation rentals. The Eel Valley Guest House in Fortuna offers 2 Month Minimum Stays for explorers looking for an extended vacation in the region. This 3 bedroom home is perched on a hillside overlooking the gorgeous Eel Valley and is the perfect place for an extended play /stay on the Redwood Coast. More short term coastal vacation rentals are also available in Fortuna and the nearby Victorian Village of Ferndale, one of “America’s prettiest towns.”
Vacation Rentals Northern California just got better… And just in time for summer too!
With the recent expansion of Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals into the Trinity Lakes and Alps region, it’s time to start planning your perfect Northern California lake or riverside getaway. From upscale cabins, unique accommodations completely off the grid, to private river beaches, these wonderful homes offer the perfect place to make memories together… Vacation Rentals Northern California Style!
Relax and getaway right on the beaches of Trinity Lake! Sit Riverside on the gorgeous Trinity River. Explore all of the hiking trails in Trinity Alps. Catch a Steelhead from the backyard! Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has just the place for you…. From the coast to the inland lakes and rivers.
The Northwestern area of California is stunning. Trinity Lake is serviced by three marinas and is an excellent destination for fishing and watersports and the Trinity River is part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System and is a popular whitewater rafting and kayaking river. Surrounded by national forests, the opportunities for outdoor recreation here are seemingly endless.
If you are searching for perfect Vacation Rentals Northern California, there is no doubt that Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has the most comprehensive collection in the region. With over 100 properties on the coast and several newly listed homes in Trinity County, you are sure to find something for every taste. Or perhaps you would like to experience the best of both worlds?…
This summer Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals is offering a special for guests wanting to spend some time on the Northern California Coast (home of Redwood National and State Parks) but are also looking to head inland for some fun on the pristine rivers and lakes in the hot summer sun. The Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals’ “Surf and Turf” special will allow guests to rent two of their entirely separate Northern California vacation rentals for a discounted rate so that the can experience the best of both worlds.
The lake and river are only about a 1 to 2-hour drive from the coast making it easy to plan to see both regions during your trip. And it is worth it to split the trip up this way as there is so much diversity between the two locations and again they are not that far from one another. It’s a great way to get to know the entire northwestern area of the magnificent golden state.
Featured Vacation Rentals Northern California:
Trinity Alps Getaway is a fresh and unique accommodation that’s completely off the grid. Situated in the foothills of the Trinity Alps, this fabulous accommodation has an “upscale cabin” aesthetic that offers upper and lower decks each with lakefront views. Relax on your deck or your living room and take in the breathtaking views of Trinity Lake. The home is entirely self-sufficient with solar and gas power, it’s the perfect getaway. Relax and Unwind!
This truly Beautiful Home on the Trinity River boasts a private, in ground swimming pool and is situated right on the Trinity River. Catch a Steelhead from the backyard or, relax by the pool, or go down to the river for a dip. Perfect location to explore all of the hiking trails and to visit Trinity Lake for more fun! And, the historic village of Weaverville is a beautiful destination for ice cream, shops, and restaurants.
Hawkins Bar River Home – Private Riverfront Beach, River Views, 4 Bedrooms & Multiple Decks. There is even a trail down to the beach where you have private access and a sandy Court where you can play volleyball! This home is perfect for an extended family, a couple of families, or a group of friends to come and have a great time!
Newly Listed Coastal Vacation Home Near Redwood National Park! Rainbow’s End Country Home with Ocean, River & Pasture views and backs up to the popular Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Spacious home with Living Room, Sunroom, Den with TV, Full Kitchen and Dining Area, covered porch to take in the beauty and wildlife.
Contact Booking@RedwoodVacations.com for more info on this seasons “Surf & Turf” Special or visit www.RedwoodCoastVacationRentals.com to book your Northern California Summer Getaway today!
“Of the 58 counties throughout California, Humboldt County boasts more artists per capita than anywhere in the state.”
For all involved, converting a 100 year old cheese factory into a bustling art district has been a pure act of love. Love, that is, for the city of Arcata, CA and the lively community of artists and freethinkers which reside there.
In the 1970’s what were then the new owners of the once California Central Creamery had a vision of turning this ran down, yet very industrial chic part of their quaint little Northern California town into a full blown art district. Over the years, what started off as a few artist and musician studios, eventually blossomed into a very special arts and business district within Arcata. The Creamery District, which is located just blocks away from the downtown Arcata plaza, now boasts all sorts of unique and interesting offerings, including wonderful community events and festivals.
Over the last few years specifically, the Creamery District of Arcata has undergone its greatest metamorphosis. Starting in 2012 the Arcata Playhouse, a live performance theater located in the district, began its efforts to revamp this vital art “neighborhood”. Thankfully, due to the Playhouse’s efforts and their commitment to building community through the arts, the city’s zoning laws for the district were eventually changed from solely industrial to mixed use commercial thus inviting an even more types of businesses to set up shop. The Creamery District is now home to not only the Arcata Playhouse, but dance studios, fiber artists, a stained glass studio, the Kinetic Sculpture Lab, jewelry factories, a self defense academy, a cider brewery, retail shops, a yoga studio, and a wide array of other creative enterprises. Also for the first time, the district is beginning to see restaurants and cafes pop up around in the hood.
When asked why she chose to open her business in the Creamery District, Patricia Knittel, owner of the district’s very own Wrangletown Cider Company, said in a interview with Times-Standard’s Tabitha Soden “The zoning was appropriate for it as well as the fact that there are a lot of interesting places here”. Wrangletown Cider Company produces small batch hard ciders made from select apples sourced from a variety of Northern California Orchards. Wrangeltown craft ciders honor the rich history of apple farming in Humboldt County and it seemed very fitting to Knittel to house her business in such a historic Humboldt County location. Be sure to drop by Wrangletown Cider Co. for a tasting during their business hours on Fridays and Saturdays or call them directly to schedule an appointment for a private tasting and tour!
Another sweet little spot that has opened its doors to business in the district recently is Cafe Presto, a coffee cart housed in a one-of-a-kind, fully restored Piaggio vehicle. Holly Hosterman and Paul Kibitz, owners of Holly Yashi, an artisan jewelry company also located in the Creamery District, feel in love with a similar mobile espresso cafe while on vacation in Italy and decided to recreate the cafe in the Arcata’s very own arts district. This is the perfect place to visit after taking a tour of the Holly Yashi design studio. Apparently Cafe Presto prepares all of its drinks with a La Speziale S40 Suprema espresso machine which was specially imported and is the only one of its class in all of North America!
Perhaps the best way to check out the Creamery District is by visiting the Saturday Art Market on the last Saturday of each month from June through September. This free, outdoor, family-friendly event showcases local artists selling high quality arts and crafts and a flea market where folks sell other treasures. The market is usually features live music from local musicians as well. A super fun thing to check out especially after the Saturday Farmers Market on the Arcata plaza just a couple of blocks away.
Creamery District Community Arts Festival features “pageantry, music, art, comedy” as well as a big top circus each year. This super fun event is great for the entire family. Arcata’s revived Creamery District and its multitude of businesses present this three-day festival every August and invites outdoor spectacle performers, Vaudeville Variety shows, and a plethora of vendors and live musicians to celebrate the arts with them in the amazing little community that they have created.
So if you are exploring downtown Arcata don’t forget to mosey a little ways off of the Arcata Plaza and visit the Creamery District and all of its liveliness, just a few blocks away. Catch a show at the Playhouse, take a tour of a design studio or brewing facility, sip on some cider or a latte, or attend a fun outdoor summer festival or event. The Creamery District is truly one of the many gems of the Redwood Coast.