There are over 1,000 miles of potential backcountry Northern California cycling in Humboldt County alone. But you’ll also discover dozens of well-groomed mountain bike trails in the Arcata Community Forest and Blue Lake, CA. While Northern California mountain biking is an uncommon activity for many of our guests, it doesn’t get much better than peddling through the Redwoods with friends and family.
While there’s never an offseason for hiking, kayaking, and surfing here at Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, many travelers choose the summertime for their meticulously-planned Redwoods escape because of the lush forestry, rising temperatures, and warm Pacific Ocean water. It’s challenging to pack all of the best things to do in Trinidad CA into just one day, but it’s been done many times by several savvy tourists aiming to spend time in several sections of the Redwoods along the North Coast.
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!
There’s no denying the serene beauty of California’s North Coast beaches. These picturesque North Coast beaches can be utilized in many ways: surfing, whale watching, sunbathing, swimming, beachcombing, kite flying, and the list goes on. Whether you’re hoping to ride a barrel, sunbathe on a gorgeous summer afternoon, or fly a colorful kite during your vacation to the Redwood Forest, you’ll have no trouble discovering a nearby scenic beach when you choose Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals. After careful consideration, we’ve hand-selected five or our favorite North Coast beaches. Enjoy!
It’s no secret that weddings can be extremely expensive, forcing many couples to either postpone a honeymoon or stay close to home. But there are dozens of inexpensive honeymoon possibilities scattered throughout the United States for outdoor enthusiasts, one of which is the extraordinary Redwood National Park on California’s North Coast. Not only is North California home to the tallest trees on Earth, but our beautiful stretch of the Pacific Northwest is also a paradise for surfers, horseback riders, beer aficionados, and whitewater rafters. Start planning a Northern California honeymoon with Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, home to the most extensive collection of Redwood Forest lodging in the region.