Black Sands Beach at Shelter Cove: 1 of CA 11 Top Bucket List Beaches

Black Sands Beach, 1 of the 11 Top Bucket List Beaches of California, is located at the north end of Shelter Cove, in southern Humboldt County. All 11 beaches on this Bucket List are “unique and amazing…Most are off-the-beaten-path so … Continue reading

Explore Dunes and Wildlife Habitat at Humboldt Coastal Nature Center

The Humboldt Coastal Nature Center is the gateway to the Redwood Coast’s Manila Dunes, and over 1,000 acres of coastal wildlife habitat. It lies between the Manila Dunes Recreation Area to the south and the Ma-le’l Dunes Cooperative Management Area … Continue reading

Best Humboldt County Dog Friendly Beaches near Fortuna and Eureka

There are 10 dog friendly off-leash beaches along the 100 mile Redwood Coast in Humboldt County. Three beaches with Pacific Ocean access near Fortuna and Eureka are Centerville Beach, South Split, and Samoa Dunes Recreation Area. Letting your “four-legged friend … Continue reading

Eureka CA: Pacific Outfitters Guided Kayak Tours of Humboldt Bay

The Redwood Riverwalk Hotel’s partnership with Pacific Outfitters of Eureka offers our guests Guided Kayak Tours of Humboldt Bay as well as Guided Hiking Adventures in the redwoods, including Avenue of the Giants. EcoPaddle: Kayak Mad River Slough is an … Continue reading

CA Redwood Coast #1 on Lonely Planet Best Places List

California’s Redwood Coast is #1 on Lonely Planet’s Best Places To Visit In The U.S. In 2018.  The List highlights the top ten “underrated, rejuvenated and out-of-this-world spots” in the entire country. The secret’s out about all the fantastic places … Continue reading

Best Whale Watching Along CA Redwood Coast

March, April and May are some of the best months to watch for whales migrating north along the Redwood Coast in Humboldt County. California (or eastern Pacific) gray whales make the longest known migration of any mammals, from winter calving … Continue reading

Welcome Spring with a Scenic Drive along CA Lost Coast

If you enjoy driving adventurous mountain roads to reach spectacular coastline views and native wildflowers at their best, then plan a scenic drive along California’s Lost Coast in the spring. Here, the cool, foggy coastal climate meets that of the … Continue reading