Our Top 3 Winter House Rentals in Crescent City CA

December is here and it’s time to start looking at getting into the festive spirit with a trip out to California’s Golden Coast. Looking for the best house rentals Crescent City CA has, seems like a daunting task, but with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, we’ve got you covered!

As we begin to head into the rainy season (Oct-April), we suggest making way for a cozy getaway to the Redwood Forest. You’ll be surprised to find that the perfect time spent within one of the beautiful house rentals Crescent City CA has, will bring you peace, serenity, tranquility, and a much-needed break. Furthermore, you may even hear the sweet sounds of the pitter-patter of soft raindrops hitting the rooftop of your rental. As the rain caresses the land of Northern California this time of the year, there is still plenty of marvelous things to do around our peaceful, coastal cities. Engulf your senses this winter season, with the calming ocean breeze, the light rain, and the salty air. We promise you won’t be disappointed when finding the best home for your trip in Crescent City.

A City with Two Lighthouses

Battery Point Lighthouse, Califonia USAOne of the best things to do during your winter stay in Crescent City is to visit the two lighthouses. Beyond the stunning crescent beach that gives way to the city’s namesake, these two historic towers make for a great day out, traversing the landscape of this quiet town. Situated at California’s most northern point for a lighthouse, you’ll find the Battery Point Lighthouse. Built in 1856, this beautiful beacon of light is only accessible during low-tide. Visitors to this location will see that they will need to be here when the water recedes, to walk the small causeway that becomes exposed, and upwards to the top of the lighthouse. Featuring fantastic views that one can only truly experience if you see it for yourself. Don’t forget to stop by the museum while checking out the lighthouse!

 

Just a few miles away, you’ll find the second beacon in Crescent City, the Lighthouse at St. George Reef.Built-in 1865 after a disastrous shipwreck of the Brother Jonathan, just off the coast. This stunning place sits right at the bluffs of Point St. George Park, while it is an excellent location if you’re looking for walking trails and public beach access, you’ll also want to keep your eyes peeled for a glimmer within the water. It’s rumored that when the Brother Jonathan sank to the bottom of the sea, it brought with it, quite a bit of gold coins and bullion.

Agate Hunting on the Beach

Agate and Rocks on Beach in CaliforniaAgate hunting is quite a favorite activity for family and groups. Many will scour the coastline in search of a gorgeous agate to bring home. We recommend, when vacationing at one of the house rentals Crescent City CA is known for, you should stop by Pebble Beach! Located right on the city’s west end, you’ll find the scenic Pebble Beach Drive which will bring you directly to the beachfront carrying the same name. Whether you’re on the hunt for a lovely agate or another semi-precious gem, you’re sure to find them all during your stop. As it is the rainy season, packing raingear and sturdy, non-slip boots are ideal for any Northern California vacation, so don’t forget to pack these items when planning on hitting the beach in search of rocks and stones to take home.  

Ocean Views for the Family

This winter season we have three amazing properties that will let you explore the coastal life throughout many of the seaside towns all while spending time with family, friends, and loved ones. Let the festivities begin and help ring in the new beginnings of 2018 with a trip to Northern California.

View off of deck at the Seaside Family RetreatBringing the whole family? No problem! We’ve got the perfect house rentals Crescent City CA has to offer when you pick our fabulous Seaside Family Retreat! This beautiful home is not only a short 200ft from the beachfront, but with four bedrooms and spacious living areas, it’s great for a large group! You’ll be able to host any festive party this holiday season when you book this stunning seaside home, and we’re sure you’ll come to realize it’s entirely your home away from home.

The Perfect Beach Home

Living room view of the Crescent City Beach HouseBeing right on the beach can mean a few different things, especially along California’s Pacific coast. If you’re looking for a smooth access to the beach, you almost can’t get any closer than our newly renovated Crescent City Beach House! With an extensive field in front of the house, which leads you to the beach, you’ll find more than just sand, driftwood, and deep blue water. Hop on the 6-mile trail that runs north along Pebble beach, where you can walk all the way to Point St. George Park or even further to Garth’s Beach. It’s an excellent neighborhood rental for a family or two, searching for a getaway that will put them right near the sandy shores.

Spend Your Days On the River

Hot tub view, off of deck overlooking Smith River
Hot tub view, off of deck overlooking Smith River

Crescent City offers more than just beachfront and seaside access, with the town playing host to the Smith River, you’ll find your remarkable getaway at our incredible Redwood Coast River House. Whether it’s a sweet dip in the hot tub to warm up after a day exploring the Jedediah Smith Redwood National Park or you’re gearing up to ring in the New Year with your family and friends. This location has it all for your northern California vacation of a lifetime!

You’ll find that there are some lovely options to choose when it comes to all the house rentals Crescent City CA has, especially when you opt for one of our three local hot spots to rent. Book your vacation getaway this winter with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, and you’ll see just what makes these homes worthy of a winter trip.

 

Don’t let the rainy season get you down, make the most out of your getaway by seeing all that there is to do within Crescent City and the surrounding coastal towns. We look forward to hosting you this season, and we can’t wait for you to experience a jolly good time along the Pacific Ocean.

A Winter Redwoods Vacation Up to 40%

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Plan the Perfect Winter Redwoods Vacation

Hot Tubs, Fireplaces, and Low Winter Rates… Oh My! Just cozy up beside that fire. Submerge yourself in the hot tub under a starry winter sky. Or better yet, lounge in the sauna, warming yourself to the core, letting all of your tension melt away on your perfect winter redwoods vacation.

When you take incredible vacation homes with amenities like these and combine them with spectacularly low seasonal rates, winter may just be the best time of year to take a redwoods vacation.

It’s true. Redwoods National & State Parks do see the majority of their visitors during the summer month. Each year thousands upon thousands of travelers flock to the far northwest reaches of California to experience what it is like to be amongst the world’s tallest trees. While the weather may indeed be a bit milder, the crowds at the parks can be much larger in summer. For those seeking a redwoods vacation with a bit more solitude, winter months provide just that. And no worries, the forest canopy that towers above serves as an excellent umbrella for those rainier winter days on the redwood coast.

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The Perfect Winter Redwoods Vacation Cabin

Be sure to check out Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals for cabins set in the perfect locations –  in the redwoods and only a very short ride to Redwood Parks. This winter save 40% or more on bookings and beat the summer crowds. From as low as $150 /night rent the private and authentic Stone Lagoon Cabin, which sit on 2 gorgeous acres only moments away from Redwood National Park. A wood stove in the living room and another in the formal bedroom will keep you plenty warm and cozy during the winter!

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Truly Nested in the Woods

Stone Lagoon Cabin is a beautiful and authentic logger cabin (you can see the small holes in the floor from the tree climber spikes!). It is very private and definitely off the beaten path. You are surrounded by nature and can take a nice 1.5 mile walk to the beach and lagoons, walking by herds of wild elk and beautiful horses. At times you can even gaze at wild elk right on the property! This would be an amazing home base for a winter redwoods vacation.

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Ocean View Rentals Trinidad CA

Maybe exploring wide open, secluded beaches is your thing? A cloudy day at the beach is still a day at the beach, and honestly the  the Redwood Coast has something quite magical to offer year round. You will never forget the first time that you hear the roar and witness the power of the raging Northern Californian sea during a winter storm. Massive waves crashing onto the shores of absolutely pristine beaches. Dense fog rolling in around you. The beautiful sights, sounds, and smells of the ocean all set to the backup of an ancient redwood forest. It is absolutely stunning! When captivated by it all, do remember to never turn your back on the surf here though. The ocean can be hazardous. Always stay alert and have a great time…the gorgeous beach of the Redwood Coast are more than worth exploring.

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Vacation Rentals Trinidad CA with Hot Tub

Ocean view vacation properties in the quaint seaside town of Trinidad, CA are quite spectacular, especially when the offer magnificent views from the comfort of a private hot tub.

 

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Seascape Trinidad CA

The famous Seascape House & Suite is at the best location possible, right at Trinidad Harbor and next to Trinidad State Beach. This 3 bedroom vacation home provides the most incredible views and the pleasures of the sea with the coziness of home. Explore all the nearby beaches and coastal trails during the day and come back to relax in the Hot Tub in the evening. Pure Winter Time Bliss!

If your winter redwoods vacation happens to land you in Arcata though, you are also in for quite a treat. With Humboldt Bay on one side and pristine Redwood forest on the other, Arcata California is a truly unique and beautiful winter vacation destination. Everything is within walking distance in this small town including many boutique shops and restaurants. During winter the Downtown Arcata Plaza remains vibrant and you can still catch the year-round Arcata’s Farmers Market as well as various other winter events. Check out @VisitArcata for helpful info.

On the second Friday of every month from 6-9 PM, Downtown Arcata hosts Arts! Arcata. This free, self-guided, public art showcase features the work of dozens of local artists and live musicians at several locations around the plaza and throughout town. Many of the businesses showcasing art stay open late offering guests wine, beer and snacks for a donation towards local non-profit organizations. This is a great opportunity to meet local artists and enjoy Downtown Arcata. This is a family friendly year-round event that you must experience on your next redwoods vacation.

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Arcata Vacation Home with Sauna & Hot Tub

Located just 2 blocks North of the Downtown Arcata Plaza in the perfect central location is Arcata’s Classy Craftsman. This beautiful vacation home sleeps 6 guests and not only offers a Hot Tub, but a sauna as well…. not to mention a game room, a sun room and an inviting fireplace in the living room! Classy Craftsman in Downtown Arcata is literally the perfect home for a family, extended family, or a friend’s winter redwoods vacation.

Take advantage of the low winter rates when planning you visit to the redwoods. Vacation homes like these can be discounted as much as 40% during winter. The value is phenomenal and so is the Redwood Coast, no matter what time of year you visit.

Meet the Beer Gardens of Humboldt County

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With October just around the corner right now is the perfect time to book vacation rentals Northern CA style. Just like Germany, Humboldt knows how to celebrate a good Wiesn… Oktober Fest that is.

Every year 6 million people from around the world attend Germany’s 16 to 18-day beer festival held in October. While Humboldt County does not generate nearly quite as much buzz, we still put on our own annual “Hoptober Fest” modeled after the world famous Oktoberfest celebrations in Munich. Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has the perfect vacation rentals Northern CA to get you up close and well acquainted with the fine craft beers of the Redwood Coast, not only in October but year round in Humboldt’s many beer gardens and tap rooms.

Like Germany, beer drinking is almost culturally ingrained in Humboldt County.

With so many local microbreweries including the U.S.’s first certified organic brewery as well as one of the first female owned breweries, Humboldt has come to be quite proud of our beer brewing heritage here. It is no wonder why the area pays homage to the art of beer brewing each October, but to be completely honest, beer is a year round celebration in these parts.

The beer gardens of Humboldt County are a place to gather, relax, and soak up some serious suds. Whether you are here specifically during the time of Hoptober Fest or not there is always a chance to sample some of the worlds finest craft microbrews while on the Redwood Coast. Here is a list of some of our local faves:

Craft Beer, Vacation Rentals Nothern CA, breweries norther california, microbrewery, oktober festMad River Brewery 

Creating quality craft beer since 1989, these guys are cranking out some of my personal favorites. Jamaica Red, beers are Porter, and Redwood Stout are all quite unusual and unique. Mad River Brewery truly gives you the Northern California experience every time you raise your glass. Check out their tap room and pet-friendly outdoor beer garden in sunny Blue Lake CA to sample some of their award winning ales, grab a bite to eat, or play a round of cornhole.

craft beer, norther california breweries, vacation rentals northern ca, microbreweries, oktoberfestSix Rivers Brewery 

Dubbed “The Brew with a View” this is the place to be if you want to try some of Northern California’s best craft beers while overlooking the gorgeous Pacific Ocean. Located in McKinleyville, CA the pet-friendly beer garden of Six Rivers offers not only sweeping views but also a full menu of quality and distinctive beer plus great food that features local and organic ingredients whenever possible. The Hammond Trail Ale is a must try and for something on the darker side be sure to try their Moonstone Porter. At Six Rivers you will find some of the best small batch craft beer coming out of the heart of Humboldt County.

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Humboldt Regeneration

Humboldt Regeneration

This is Humboldt’s only locally grown beer. That’s right.  Regeneration is increasing their own grains and hops and brewing up exceptional craft Farm to Glass beers and serving them up in their sweet little brewhouse and tasting room in McKinleyville, CA. Stop by and enjoy Pizza & Beer night with local fave Pizza Gago serving up some beautiful wood fired pizzas made with fresh, local ingredients. Or get the educational scoop at their Beer Farm Night where Regeneration’s harvesting combine and a tractor is on site along with some demonstrations.  Bring the whole family and the dog too. 

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Redwood Curtain

Redwood Curtain

Located in Arcata, CA, Redwood Curtain brews up multi-dimensional hand crafted ales and lagers for beer lovers of all types. Their Belgian Style beers are highly recommended as well as the very unique Oak-Aged Blackberry Saison. No food is served here, however, you can feel free to bring in your own while enjoying this fantastic beer garden. Also, you can catch their Happy Hour Monday through Friday for $1 off most pints and goblets. Children are welcome as well.

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Lost Coast Brewery

Lost Coast Brewery

Now one of the most famous breweries and beer gardens on the North Coast of California, Lost Coast first started brewing when there weren’t a lot of craft breweries in existence, especially in California. With their new facility located in southern part of Eureka CA, Lost Coast now bottles up to 135,000 beers and fill 1,000 kegs every day! Their Tasting Room serves up year round favorites such as Great White and Downtown Brown as well as seasonal specials. For the kids, they serve ice cream and floats, and everyone is welcome to join a free tour of the Lost Coast brewing facilities. Also located nearby is the Lost Coast Brewery & Café where their first beer was brewed, and they still serve up some of the best food and beer along the California coast.

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Eel River Brewing Co.

Eel River Brewery 

Eel River Brewing Company has been blazing a trail in the craft brew industry over the past twenty years. America’s first Certified Organic brewery is located in Fortuna CA, only 15 minutes from the famous Avenue of the Giants where you can see some of the worlds tallest trees. The beer garden and restaurant at Eel River was voted “Best Brewery of the North Coast” in 2006, 2009 and 2010! They serve up great pub style food along with amazing pure, naked and clean brews. Join them for a beer and a meal, or a horseshoe game in our outdoor beer garden where you can catch some of that wonderful Fortuna sunshine. Eel River’s Tropical Blonde is definitely one of my personal favorites on a warm sunny day.

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Vacation Rentals Northern CA

When searching for vacation rentals Northern CA, Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals offers vacation properties that provide the best way to experience all six Humboldt County Beer Gardens and Microbreweries. From Crescent City to Fortuna, CA they will provide you with the perfect home base for exploring all that the Redwood Coast had to offer, including the best microbrews of Northern Cali where locals and visitors alike are welcomed as old friends.

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Summer in the Redwood Forest


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Get your luggage ready, and grab the family this summer season, then spend your days along the Northern Coast of California for an amazing Redwood Forest vacation. With much to do in and around the Nation Forest that you’ll want to spend more than a few days visiting. Here at Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, we offer beautiful vacation homes throughout Humboldt County. You’ll want to head out on an incredible summertime adventure through the forest while sitting back and relaxing at one of our wonderful retreats.

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Summer in the National Redwood Forest or Northern California is cooler than you’d expect. If you are not used to warmer, drier air, you’ll want to make sure you are prepare for that. You might also notice a thick fog that rolls through the forests. This summer fog is normal and a part of coastal California life. The fog helps the large redwood trees survive during the dry season by pulling moisture from the ocean inland to keep them alive.

Along with the drier season, many people have summer vacations as children aren’t usually in school and it’s a nice break when the days get longer. Meaning that there will be a lot of people at the National Forests and State Parks because summer always brings an influx of visitors to the coast.

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When choosing one of our rentals and planning your day trips out to the National Forests or State Parks, you’ll want to make sure you have the right clothing for summer hiking. Hiking boots, shorts, and tee-shirts are great options, especially items that are made of cooling material like cotton or lightweight moisture wicking garments. As there are over 170 miles of walking trails throughout the Redwood National Forest and State Parks combined, you’re exploring might take awhile and you will want to be comfortable the entire time.

Along with the right clothing, you’re going to want to either pack a meal or make sure to stop somewhere along the way. After burning all those calories from hiking, we’re sure you’ll be hungry! You’ll find great dining options in Eureka and Arcata as the parks, unfortunately, do not offer any restaurants (for a good reason). If you’re willing to spend a little more, try out Trinidad Bay Eatery and Gallery. Enjoy their famous clam chowder which is known as the best on the West Coast or their delicious blackberry cobbler. Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata is a great option for those hungry for picnic food to take on their trip. Lots of Deli selections and fresh local produce are perfect for lunch. Cafe Waterfront Oyster Bar and Grill is a fabulous, local restaurant in Eureka that sells excellent seafood dishes or head right to Living the Dream Ice Cream for an after adventure snack along the coast.

But, be warned, the small town joints can close as early as 8 pm. Whether you need the fuel before your hike or keep you going throughout the night, these restaurants are places to try out.

When visiting the forests, pack binoculars and keep your eyes peeled for Black Bears as they tend to come out of hibernation from spring to fall. Along with bears, you’ll find an abundant wildlife roaming the forests, everything from Roosevelt elk to marine animals both on and off shore. But you’ll also find that there are plenty of park activities for everyone. Park Ranger programs help guests throughout the parks with guided nature hikes, information on coastal tidepools and history about the culture and ecology of the area. Summer is a time to visit the state parks if you want a lot of information on the beautiful Redwoods and those that call the forest home.

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While there are plenty of animals who call the redwood national forest home, so can you this summer season when you vacation with us! Our beautiful and diverse set of vacation rentals offers a great option for families, couples, and groups traveling together. Centrally located in Orick, CA, a small town right on the coast of the Pacific. You’ll find one of our beautiful rentals at Viewcrest Retro Country Home. If you’re looking for a spectacular view, this is the place for you! Fantastic mountain views or watch the waves crash against the shoreline, all from the comforts of this homes’ patio. Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms and surrounded by nature, and near the Redwood Forest, you’ll be set for your entire vacation!

Let your redwood forest vacation shine this summer season when you stay with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. We have just what you need to make North California your home away from home – even it’s just for a few days. You’ll get to experience everything from the massive sequoia trees to beach shores of the Pacific Ocean. So, what are you waiting for? Book your summer retreat with us and get ready for your redwood forest vacation!

 

The Creamery District – Arcata’s Premier Arts Destination

“Of the 58 counties throughout California, Humboldt County boasts more artists per capita than anywhere in the state.”

Creamery District, Arcata CA
Creamery District, Arcata CA

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.

Street-MuralOver 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.

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Tasting @ Wrangletown Cider Co.

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!

Presto Cafe by Holly Yashi
Presto Cafe by Holly Yashi

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!

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Saturday Arts Market, Arcata CA

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 Art Festival, Arcata CA

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.

Downtown Arcata's Very Own Art District
Downtown Arcata’s Very Own Art District

 

 

Shake off the Winter Blues & Head to the California Coast!

unspecified-1Winter will soon be over but that shouldn’t stop you from heading out on your Redwood Forest Vacation. Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has you covered this spring season! The weather is warmer and the sights are bright. Don’t let the winter cold get you down, as there is nothing better than seeing the Redwood National Forest before summer hits the coast.

It’s an amazing feeling knowing that you won’t have to pack any winter-related clothing for your vacation getaway of a lifetime. The Midwest and the North East have been getting quite a bit of snowfall this year. Which means that come Spring Break season, many families and friends will want to head out west to experience the warm air and the sunshine.

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If you’re a nature lover, you’re in for a treat this spring. Humboldt County which surrounds our area along the California Coast is home to some of the world’s tallest trees. People flock from all over to get a glimpse of the Sequoia tree that dots the landscape. These coniferous trees are one of three species known as Redwoods, for their colorful red bark. You’ll want to bring your camera with along this vacation and snap a few photos by one of these gentle giants.

Spring brings a quieter season for the entire region, so it’s great a time to visit if you’re wanting to steer clear of the crowds. With a drier season in summer, many visitors travel to our area, because of this we recommend spending time here in the spring.

No matter if you plan to spend your days with the tallest trees in the world, hit the beach for some sandy fun, or want to stay close to your rental, Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals has everything you need for the best spring getaway. Don’t let the winter blues get you down, come cheer up along California’s golden coast and experience all that the Redwoods have to offer.