Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge: 1020 Ranch Rd, Loleta, CA 9555
National Wildlife Refuges serve many purposes, and one of our most important roles is as outdoor classrooms to teach about wildlife and natural resources. Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge provides unique and exciting outdoor environments which are excellent locations for hands on learning activities.
Clarke Historical Museum: 240 E St, Eureka, CA 95501
The Clarke Historical Museum in Eureka, California contains the area’s premier collection of California North Coast regional and cultural history, with significant focus on the 19th Century Victorian era.
Eureka Main Street: 525 2nd St #105, Eureka, CA 95501
Downtown area featuring shops & restaurants with vintage architecture, plus horse-drawn carriages.
Carson Mansion: The Carson Mansion is a large Victorian house located in Old Town, Eureka, California. Regarded as one of the highest executions of American Queen Anne Style architecture, the house is “considered the most grand Victorian home in America.
Samoa Dunes: Just west of Eureka, a sandy strip of land extends between Humboldt Bay and the Pacific Ocean.The Samoa Dunes Recreation Area, once a seasonal food-gathering site for the Wiyote Indians and later, during World War II, a Coast Guard surveillance outpost, is now a multi-recreational park that attracts not only OHV enthusiasts, but also hikers, surfers, beachcombers and fishing enthusiasts from throughout the region. This is also access to the north jetty.
Indian Island: Indian Island or Duluwat Island is located on Humboldt Bay within the city of Eureka, California. The village of Tolowot or Tuluwat on Duluwat Island where the 1860 Wiyot Massacre took place.