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  • Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary

    This 307-acre marsh at the edge of Humboldt Bay is an early and much-admired example of environmental restoration by design for both human and wildlife uses. It is a wildlife sanctuary, a haven for more than 250... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Arcata
    • Trail Length: Under one mile total
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Trail, Accessible Restrooms, Picnic, Parking
  • Beach Front Park

    Beach Front Park comprises 10 city blocks of grassy sports fields, picnic areas with unobstructed views of the harbor, a beach, a half-mile shoreline trail, and B Street Pier, a 900-foot-long accessible fishing pier (railings... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Crescent City
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Trail, Accessible Restrooms, Playground, Picnic, Parking, Beach Wheelchair
  • Bird Walk Coastal Access Trail

    Bird Walk is a mile-long loop trail through a revitalized 14-acre saltwater marsh at the mouth of Cheney Creek, where it empties into Bodega Harbor. This is one of Sonoma County’s prime spots for birdwatching;... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Bodega Bay
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Bodega Head

    Bodega Head forms the tip of a peninsula that extends south of the Bodega dunes and protects Bodega Harbor from the pounding ocean waves. It’s four miles long and one mile wide, and is geologically... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Bodega Bay
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Doran Regional Park

    Doran Regional Park in Bodega Bay is situated on a broad, sandy 120-acre spit that forms the northern border of the bay and the southern border of Bodega Harbor. On summer weekends, inland residents flock... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Bodega Bay
    • Trail Length: Under one mile total
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Fort Humboldt State Historic Park

    Fort Humboldt is a remnant of a U.S. Army outpost established in 1853 to protect settlers from Native American tribes. The one remaining original building, once a hospital, was moved to the current blufftop site,... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Eureka
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Accessible Restrooms, Picnic
  • Fort Ross State Historic Park

    Fort Ross, the southernmost Russian outpost in North America, stands on a high ocean bluff, with a calm sheltered cove below. The settlement was established in 1812 by explorers and fur traders of the Russian-American... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Fort Ross
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Trail, Accessible Restrooms
  • Hammond Trail

    The Hammond Trail is a popular hiking/biking/equestrian trail that winds past open fields, woods, and residential areas for more than five miles, from the Mad River Bridge in Arcata north to Clam Beach County Park... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: McKinleyville
    • Trail Length: Over 4 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Mostly gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Headwaters Forest Reserve

    Once the setting for a thriving mill town of 400 people, the Headwaters Forest Reserve is now inhabited only by wildlife and fish. The 7,472-acre property was purchased by the Department of the Interior in... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Eureka
    • Trail Grade: Mostly gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Hendy Woods State Park

    This 845-acre park features two redwood groves–some trees stand more than 300-feet tall– on the flats along the Navarro River. Located about 8 miles northwest of Boonville in the Anderson Vally, it tends to be... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Philo
    • Trail Length: Under one mile total
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

    California's most northerly redwood park, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, boasts some of the world's largest trees and six miles of the pristine Smith River within its 10,000 acres. The park is named for the... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Hiouchi
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • MacKerricher State Park

    Sprawling MacKerricher State Park, one of the more accessible parks in Mendocino County, has more than 2,000 acres of dunes, coastal prairie, headlands, a tidal lagoon, pocket beaches, and trails. At its southern end, in... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Fort Bragg
    • Trail Length: 2-4 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Trail, Accessible Restrooms, Picnic, Parking
  • Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

    The 47-acre Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, on a marine terrace two miles south of Fort Bragg, offers a pleasant opportunity to get acquainted with native plants of the region, as well as with some exotics.... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Fort Bragg
    • Trail Length: Under one mile total
    • Trail Grade: Mostly gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Noyo Headlands Park

    Noyo Headlands Park is situated on the bluffs in Fort Bragg on land that was formerly part of the Georgia Pacific lumber mill. This 93-acre park has spectacular views that have been off-limits to the... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Fort Bragg
    • Trail Length: Over 4 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Patricks Point State Park

    Thirty miles north of Eureka, in the heart of redwood country, Patrick's Point State Park juts into the Pacific Ocean on a 640-acre headland with forests of spruce, pine, fir, hemlock, and alder interspersed with... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Trinidad
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Moderately Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park

    Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park sits on a headland that juts dramatically into the ocean; pounding waves have cut channels to the north and south, almost rendering it an island. The park covers... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Mendocino
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Pomo Bluffs

    Pomo Bluffs Park is a 25-acre blufftop park at Todds Point, on the south side of Noyo Bay/Noyo Harbor inlet in Fort Bragg. People come here to stroll a level trail that provides unobstructed views... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Fort Bragg
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Accessible Restrooms
  • Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

    Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, 45 miles north of Eureka in the heart of redwood country, is a unit of Redwood National and State Parks and is designated as a World Heritage Site and International... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Orick
    • Trail Length: 2-4 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Moderately Firm
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Trail, Accessible Restrooms, Picnic, Parking, Beach Wheelchair
  • Redwood National and State Parks

    The Redwood National and State Parks complex extends from Orick in Humboldt County to Crescent City in Del Norte County. It sprawls along 50 miles of coastline and harbors more than 100,000 acres of old-... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Orick
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Mostly gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Moderately Firm
    • Accessible Features: Accessible Restrooms
  • Sonoma Coast State Park

    Sonoma Coast State Park is not a single site but rather a collection of beaches, campgrounds, bluffs, crags, and headlands that stretches for 17 miles along the rugged Sonoma Coast from Bodega Head north to... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Bodega Bay, Jenner
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Picnic, Accessible Restrooms
  • Trees of Mystery

    Driving along scenic Highway 101, it's a little startling to come upon the Trees of Mystery, a commercial roadside attraction with a 49-foot-tall statue of Paul Bunyan and his 35-foot high companion, Babe the Blue... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Klamath
    • Trail Length: 1-2 total miles
    • Trail Grade: Mostly gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Moderately Firm
    • Accessible Features: Accessible Restrooms, Picnic
  • Van Damme State Park

    Three miles south of Mendocino, 2,000-acre Van Damme State Park has a variety of habitats: marine, coastal bluff terraces, and pygmy, redwood, and riparian forests. Coast Highway One divides the park; west of the highway... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Mendocino
    • Trail Length: Less than .5 mile
    • Trail Grade: Level
    • Trail Terrain: Hard
    • Accessible Features: Visitor center, Trail, Accessible Restrooms, Parking, Beach Wheelchair
  • Wright‘s Beach

    This broad, sandy beach backed by low bluffs isn’t as dramatic as the coastline farther north, but it is pretty. A campground with three accessible sites is nestled against the bluffs, partially sheltered by trees... [read more]
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    • Region: North Coast
    • Nearest City: Jenner
    • Trail Length: Under one mile total
    • Trail Grade: Gentle
    • Trail Terrain: Moderately Firm
    • Accessible Features: Accessible Restrooms

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