"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
(Above: Lowell Cottle Photography)
Trinidad Bay and its environs lure outdoor adventurers and leisure travelers alike. Whether you want to scale towering redwoods on a canopy tour, 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...
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The Pacific coastline provides a spectacular landscape for this challenging 18 hole championship golf course.
Pine and spruce trees line most of the fairways on both the mountainous and meadow portions of this course requiring precision placement shots. Water comes into play on nine holes and sand traps are strategically placed. The view of the ponds, lush fairways and the Pacific Ocean from the elevated golf holes make Beau Pre an esthetically pleasing course to play in addition to testing your golf skills.
The Goal of the Humboldt Bay Bicycle Commuters Association (HBBCA) is to: Improve and Encourage Bicycle Commuting.
The following policies have been adopted to guide the HBBCA in pursuit of its goal.
*Promote the personal and societal benefits of bicycle commuting.
*Serve as an effective advocate for the interests of commuting bicyclists.
*Work cooperatively with State, regional and local agencies to identify and secure improvements and maintenance needed by commuting bicyclists.
*Assure that street, highway, and bike projects are developed consistent with State standards and the requirements of the California Vehicle Code.
*Educate and advocate for the improvement of bike safety.
Myriad experiences exist for the vacationer seeking to visit the majestic redwoods of the north coast. A great place to start is Redwood National Park, a short drive north of Trinidad. Most visitors know Redwood National and State Parks as home to the world's tallest trees, icons that inspire visions of mist-laden primeval forests bordering crystal-clear streams. The parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, and nearly 40 miles of wild coastline, all of which support a rich mosaic of wildlife diversity and cultural traditions.
Roughly 50 miles long, the parklands stretch from near the Oregon border in the north to the Redwood Creek watershed southeast of Orick, Calif.
Trinidad Head, a commanding, 362-foot high promontory, is the commanding backdrop of the town of Trinidad, a picturesque harbor and a historic lighthouse. Sitka spruce-spiked Elk Head, located just north of Trinidad, is more of a secret, its scenic trails used mainly by locals.
Directions to trailhead: From Highway 101, take the Trinidad exit and drive 0.25 mile west through town to Stagecoach Road. Turn right (north) and pull into the main Trinidad State Beach parking area on the left. Elk Head access is located another 0.75 mile up Stagecoach Road.
Take a Ride through the Redwoods with the Buckarettes! Redwood Creek Buckarettes are located in the quaint little town of Orick, California, nestled far up the California coast between the towering ancient Redwood trees of Redwood National Park and the churning waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Buckarettes offer guided horseback tours into Redwood National Park. The horse trail takes us through various stages and ecosystems of the majestic Redwood Forest.
(Photo Courtesy Redwood Creek Buckarettes)
[email protected] / P.O. Box 417 Orick, CA 95555 Location: 1000 Drydens Rd, Orick, CA 95555
Klamath River Jet Boat Tours invites you to join us on one of our daily fun-for-all tours up the famous Klamath River. Our experienced captain and narrator will describe the River's rich history, local Native American culture, and thriving wildlife.
North of Trinidad about 45 minutes. P.O. Box 947 Klamath, CA 95548
Located off Main Street and Patrick's Point Drive at the entry way to the charming coastal village of Trinidad, is a newly rehabilitated circa 1899-1900 Victorian Italianate bungalow.Trinidad's rich cultural and natural history, with emphasis on Tsurai Village, Yurok traditions, European contact, the Gold Rush, whaling, fishing, shipping, logging, transportation, Trinidad Head light house, and commerce, will be told in a Trinidad home which is an historic exhibit itself.
400 Janis Court at Patricks Point Dr, Trinidad, CA
Hike, bike, fish, kayak, or ride a horse in the home of the world's tallest trees! Share a memorable experience in Redwood National Park, one of the only places that the ancient redwoods of California's Pacific Coast can be found.
7 Valley Green Camp Road Orick, California 95555 [email protected]
The great outdoors inspired us to createe an environmentally conscious rafting company that revloves around the guest. Based out of Willow Creek, Ca. we provide organized trips on the Trinity and Klamath Rivers. We provide the most experienced guides, delicious local organic food on a full day and overnight trips, farm to Table- on the River dinner trips, raft rentals, kayak rentals, SUP rentals., and kayak workshop for paddlers. northern California whitewater rafting are perfect for families, adventure seekers, and nature lovers of all ages and levels.