Eureka Mobile Village

Look Out Your Door and Go Explore

Hop in the car or go on foot. Just go! You won’t be disappointed.

Avenue of the Giants

Picnic, camp, hike, swim, fish, raft, or bike ride in the cool hush of the giant redwood forest. Surrounded by Humboldt Redwoods State Park, the Avenue of the Giants is by far the most outstanding display of giant trees in the California redwood belt.

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Humboldt Bay

Virtually invisible from the sea, Humboldt Bay was undiscovered by European settlers for centuries. Today, it’s a great outdoor destination for beach walking among the enormous black rocks, wildlife viewing and lush scenery. The overlook reveals where the Mad River empties into the Bay and the marina on Woodley Island.

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Sequoia Park

Sequoia Park features easy hiking and biking trails through the redwood forest, with views of meadows, the duck pond and two small creeks. Beautiful dahlias, wishing well, and gazebo seating. The park is family and dog friendly.

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Carson Mansion

A magnificent Victorian mansion, emblematic of the grand homes of lumber and shipping magnates when Eureka was young. Now the home of the private Ingomar Club, you may experience a virtual tour by clicking Carson Mansion.

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Humboats Kayak Adventures

Humboats Kayak Adventures provides everything you need to enjoy your time on the water. See passing whales as you bob with the swell in Trinidad Bay. Learn the natural history of Eureka on kid-friendly kayak tours. Certified guides outfit and coach your whole group before every trip.

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Humboldt Sport Fishing

Captain Reef knows all the best spots for salmon, rock fish, halibut, and tuna and will take you there on the Tahina II. Get a fishing license and book a tour with Humboldt Sport Fishing.

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Sequoia Park Zoo

The oldest zoo In California and one of the smallest accredited zoos in the nation. Tour the zoo’s collection of unusual animals in their accustomed habitats in a couple of hours. Nice café too.

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Morris Graves Museum of Art

The MGMA presents rotating art exhibits of the Pacific Northwest, poetry readings, and musical events in a beautiful old Carnegie Library.

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Redwood Curtain Brewing Company

Brewing craft beer in Eureka for more than 10 years. Visit our tasting rooms in Arcata and Eureka for great café food and all the varieties of Redwood Curtain Beers.

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Breathe in the sea air and relax in comfort under the mighty Redwoods.
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