Vista Breeze: 4 bedrooms 1 mile to Clam Beach

Redwood National Park/ Ocean View

  10 guests
  4 bedrooms
  2 full / 1 half bathrooms

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Sleeping Arrangement

 
Bedroom 1
1 King
   
Bedroom 2
1 King, 1 Twin
 
Bedroom 3
1 Queen
 
Bedroom 4
3 Twins

Description

Explore Redwood National Forest 
Stay minutes away from Clam Beach, walk to Vista Point where Mad River spills into the Pacific Ocean. 
Feel the fresh Ocean air breeze! 5 minute drive to Seaside village of Trinidad
Relax at your very own 4 bedroom gorgeous home with modern farm house style decor. 
Private playground for small neighborhood. 

Immerse yourself in unlimited outdoor recreation in Humboldt County. From the redwoods to the beaches, from the mountains to the rivers, you can spend a lifetime exploring this natural paradise.

Unless you take a lifetime over it, you’re not going to see all of Humboldt County by foot. So, use your car and try some of these recommended driving tours.

There are over 40 different parks, forests, preserves and beaches in Humboldt County, each with numerous trails to hike and explore. Here are some of our favorites for you to enjoy; also see Parks & Forests and Beaches in this section for more great places to hike.

From bucolic pedals through flat farmlands to some of the most technical and challenging singletrack in the West, Humboldt County has roads and trails for every stripe of bicycle enthusiast.

If you like to paddle a canoe or kayak, ride your standup paddleboard, row a skiff, sail a sloop or shoot rapids in a raft, Humboldt County has water for you to play in. Check out these boating resources and access points for bay, rivers, lagoons and ocean.

The redwood trees of Humboldt County are more than just the tallest trees in the world—they are precious arks of biodiversity; they harbor a surprising, hidden ecosystem high above the ground…and they just might save the planet. Explore this section to discover more about the California redwoods than you ever thought to ask, including their natural history, their pivotal role in environmentalism, and the fact that an acre of redwood forest sequesters more carbon as biomass than an acre of any other forest on earth—seven times as much as a tropical rain forest.

One of the most iconic and enduring trademarks of American roadside kitsch is the drive-through tree—only possible with the massive girth of California Redwoods. Of two well-known tree tunnels in Central California, the one in Tuolumne Grove is through a dead tree, and the Wawona Tree in Yosemite fell over in 1969. On California’s Redwood Coast, however, there are three drive-through redwoods still going strong, all of them operated as tourist attractions. When you go for that photo op, don’t forget to fold in your mirrors.

This famed road, easily the most scenic drive among the redwoods, has been called the finest forest drive in the world. Lined by titan trees, the 31-mile Avenue parallels Highway 101 and offers an excellent alternate (and slower) route through southern Humboldt County. Mostly flat with gentle curves, it passes secluded forest hamlets, campgrounds, picnic areas, and access points to the Eel River, a federally-designated Wild & Scenic waterway with idyllic swimming, fishing and paddling spots. Numerous trailheads can be found along the Avenue, each leading into the magical redwood forest

 

Amenities

1 mile to clam beach- Trail frm house to Vista Point/ Clam beach
3 car parking max
All bedrooms are located upstairs
Bathroom Step Free Access
Bathtub
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Coffee Maker
Dishes And Silverware
Dryer
Essentials
Ethernet Connection
Extra Pillows And Blankets
Family Friendly
Fire Extinguisher
Fireplace
Free Parking
Backyard
Hangers
Heating
Hot Water
Kitchen
Laptop-Friendly
Lock On Bedroom Door
Long Term Stays Allowed
Microwave
Refrigerator
Shampoo
Smoke Detector
Tv- Hulu
Washer
Wireless Internet
Small back yard : Astro turf
Outdoor propane gas fireplace
Outdoor seating
Basket ball hoop
Living room gas fireplace
 

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Rates

* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.
Vacation Rental Standard Pricing Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat     Min Nights
Low Season $325 $325 $325 $325 $325 $325 $325     2
Mid Season $325 $325 $325 $325 $325 $325 $325     2
Peak Season $375 $375 $375 $375 $375 $375 $375     2

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Notes

Home of the world’s tallest trees, this World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve protects nearly half of the world’s old growth redwoods, including champion specimens more than 370 feet (113 meters) in height—or five stories taller than the Statue of Liberty. Walk, bike, camp or horseback ride along 200 miles of trails in the park system, which in a unique state/federal partnership includes Jedediah Smith Redwoods, Del Norte Coast Redwoods, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks. The park’s forests, hills, rivers and coastline support a rich mosaic of life, including Roosevelt Elk, whales, seals and seasonal wildflowers such as lupine and rhododendron. The sprawling park system also provides many opportunities for scenic drives.

Humboldt County is one of the most family-friendly destinations in California, in large part because in addition to the redwoods we offer so many fun and interesting things for kids to do.

Humboldt has long been known for legendary fishing, including of course our iconic Steelhead and Salmon runs. Whether you work with a guide or charter boat, or want to fly solo, here is everything you need for planning your expedition to Humboldt County—which we call “California’s Alaska.”

History buffs have it good in Humboldt County. From Native American heritage to Victorian architecture, we
have preserved many places and relics from our often tumultuous past. See below to find historic sites and districts, museums and organizations that keep history alive.

Over 400 bird species have been recorded in Humboldt County; below are some of the top locations to add a sighting to your lifelist. Roosevelt elk, whales, river otters? We got those, too.

We admit it—you don’t see a lot of bikinis on our beaches. What you will see are miles of unbroken dunes, hidden coves, dramatic vistas, abundant wildlife and the ever-changing Pacific.

Something is definitely brewing in Humboldt County. While technically north of California Wine Country, grapes do well in our microclimates and we are home to some amazing wineries. Our breweries are leaders in the American craft beer movement, and we are home to a growing family of craft distilleries and cider makers.