Because the Redwood Forest spans over 139,000 acres near the communities of Orick and Crescent City, the most popular method of exploration is good, old-fashioned hiking and backpacking. Our particular slice of North Coast tranquility is home to over 200 miles worth of Redwood hiking trails, making the planning process quite dizzying. Luckily for you, we’ve hand-selected seven of our favorite hikes inside the Redwoods, all of which are minutes away from our affordable, modern, and fully-equipped Redwood cabins!
If a little Northern California travel isn't already on your list of things to do this winter, you should be re-thinking that right about now. A winter escape to the Redwood Coast should be on everyones bucket list.
California’s North Coast is one of the few regions in North America where the summer and winter temperatures are nearly identical. We experience a subtle 8-12 degree drop during the wintertime. It’s worth noting that some communities are generally warmer than others during the summertime, depending on their proximity to the Pacific Ocean. The faint temperature dip brings an increase in strong winter winds, which is ideal for expert surfers and wave watching enthusiasts.
You’re bound to discover a local joint that’s slinging incredibly delicious fish tacos anytime you book a vacation on the coast of a large body of water, especially an ocean. It’s inevitable that you’ll come across a menu on California’s North Coast that features perfectly seasoned, cooked, and plated fish tacos.
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There are many traditional ways to experience the majestic Redwood National Park and the breathtaking North Coast of California. We suggest thinking outside the box on your upcoming visit to Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. Our newly renovated and meticulously cleaned vacation homes are always a short drive from one of northern California’s premier guided tours.
If you are anything like me, one of your main [...]