With Summer winding down many of us are dreading the change of season, or at least gearing up for it. However Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals have something for you to look forward to during this time of transition.
Deals on last minute bookings are available now! Visit the Redwood Coast and take advantage of these Fabulous Fall Savings on the Redwood Coast….
Book 4 or More Nights and Receive Half Off of the Fourth Night.
This special applies to last minute bookings on select homes for all stays within 2 weeks of your booking date. Please check with our Reservationist directly for availability and details of the homes offered under this special discounted rate.
Book Now (707) 834-6555 or Booking@RedwoodVacations.com
Things to do in the Fall on the Redwood Coast:
North Country Fair September 17th & 18th in Arcata, CA:
A Humboldt County tradition since 1974, The North Country Fair includes around 200 craft, food, and information booths, two parades, two stages, and a lawn performance area. An estimated 10,000 people come from all over to celebrate the diversity of our community and the Fall Equinox.
Cruising the Redwood Coast:
The Redwood Coast offers 2 excellent opportunities to either showcase or simply spectate an impressive amount of classic cars this fall. The Ferndale Concours (Sept.2nd-4th) and CruzNEureka (Sept. 8th-10th).
The 3rd annual Plein Air at the Lost Coast Sept. 28th – Oct. 2nd:
This is a five day outdoor painting competition concluding in an awards ceremony and art sale. Expect 60-80 artists plus art collectors. Not only are there oceans to paint, but thousands of square miles of wilderness mountains surrounding us in the Majestic King Range National Conservation Area and the neighboring Redwood parks.
Fall Color in Redwood Country Sept 15th – Nov. 15th:
Hoptober Fest , Saturday October 1st:
This exciting Redwood Coast festival features regional breweries, local food vendors and an impressive lineup of musicians to provide a full day of beer, music and merriment.
With so many outstanding local breweries to showcase, this successful event provides a unique interactive opportunity for individual participants and has become a major cultural event for Humboldt County.
Visit Redwood National Park This Fall:
The majority of visitors to Redwood National Park, according to National Park Service statistics, come in the summertime. But if you’re seeking more solitude, you may find autumn, winter or early spring quieter seasons for exploration.