MUSEUMS - Donations appreciated, check for opening days and hours

->  Ferndale Museum  Located in Victorian Ferndale, south of Eureka

-> Clarke Historical Museum  Located in Old Town Eureka

->  Fort Humboldt State Historic Park Located on the south end of Eureka

-> Scotia Museum Located in Scotia, south of Eureka

-> End of the Trail Museum Located inside Trees of Mystery, near Klamath

-> Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum Located on Samoa Island next to the Samoa Cookhouse, Eureka

-> Fortuna Depot Museum Located in Fortuna, south of Eureka


             SCENIC DRIVES - Paved unless otherwise indicated

->  Howland Hill Road, Crescent City - unpaved.  No RVs!  Howland Hill Road REVIEWS  

->  Lost Coast Scenic Drive, Ferndale - Allow a half day, start with full gas tank, limited services. Not for large RVs. Lost Coast Scenic Drive REVIEWS

-> Newton B Drury Scenic Parkway - Old Highway 101 between Orick and Klamath  - a nice drive through big redwoods that adds only about a half hour to travel time between Eureka and Crescent City.  Okay for RVs.


    Fern Canyon – Easy to moderate hike in a “prehistoric” canyon. Access note:  Access to Fern Canyon is via Davison Road, an unpaved dirt road with size restrictions. No RVs! Enquire locally in winter as road may be impassable due to mud and high water. Road is very rough in spots. Approx 7 miles from Hwy 101 to Fern Canyon.

There are many other trails -