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Centerville Beach is five miles west of Ferndale on Centerville Road. Turn right onto Ocean Avenue from Main Street at the south end of Ferndale and travel towards the ocean. The Park provides access to 9 miles of ocean beach. Dairy farms back the wild beach to the north and steep cliffs are to the south. A large cross overlooks Centerville Beach. The cross memorializes travelers who died when a steamer sank offshore in 1860.
Sandpipers scurry along the water's edge and cormorants, gulls, and pelicans fly along the water. Harbor seals can be seen peering curiously from the breakers
Old Town is the thriving, cultural heart of Eureka, California, with dozens of specialty shops, coffeehouses, restaurants, galleries, and museums. The area is an attraction for visitors and locals alike. The placement in the California North Coast is indisputably beautiful