"No Sailing Directions are required for this anchorage. It is perfectly safe from May to October and will be found of importance as a Harbor of Refuge for vessels that may have suffered on their way North from the strong head winds that generally prevail along the coast during these months."
Reconnaissance of Trinidad Bay, California U.S. Coast Survey, 1851
Local Area Guide: Things to do / Activities / Attractions
Trinidad Bay and its environs lure outdoor adventurers and leisure travelers alike. Whether you want to scale towering redwoods on a canopy tour, learn to sea kayak in the coastal treasure of the northcoast, climb rock walls surrounded by unspoiled beauty, mountain bike through Redwood National Park, or simply enjoy a picnic on a beach, Trinidad's location is truly ideal! Explore paradise...
There are quite a few restaurant choices for the visitor of the greater Trinidad area on the Redwood Coast, including fine dining, cafes, and homestyle cooking locales. Many places boast ocean views of some of the most spectacular coastlines in California.
Unwind after a long drive to sample premier wines coupled with fresh ocean breezes, great company, and bar snacks. Voted Humboldt's Best Wine Maker, try wonderful wines that are made from select grapes grown in small, hillside vineyards from the Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Amador appellations.