Clarion Resort Eureka

2223 4th St, Eureka, CA 95501
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Weather in early June

by TomMacKenzie

I have a freind heading to Eureka in early June on Harleys. I seem to recall it being quite foggy and wet that time of year.

Your thoughts?

Tom

Re: Weather in early June

by Zeuser

Tom: If you are referring to Eureka, CA., then I can answer your question. Weather in Humboldt County is very nice in June, however, you can always expect fog in Eureka and Arcata. Somedays it clears, others it doesn't. You can expect sunny weather on a fairly regular basis just to the south of Eureka starting in Ferndale, and to the north of Arcata begining around McKinleyville on Hwy 1 or in Bluelake heading east on 299.

Travel Tips for Eureka

Eureka Sister City to Nelson, New Zealand

by cnango

Eureka and Nelson, New Zealand are Pacific Neighbors and Sister Cities . In September 2002 Eureka and Nelson Mayors together signed a "Friendship Agreement" creating the bond. Both of these charming cities are located in Pristine Bays with fishing and timber having been their main economic industries. They are also known for being charming bohemian towns with beautiful Victorian architecture. Many ex- Hippies,local artists and crafts people choose to live and do business in these sister cities. Because of their natural beauty, rich history and bohemian charm, the tourism business is booming in both Eureka and Nelson.

Visit Patrick's Point State Park

by cnango

As we drove North on Hwy 101 we came to Patrick's Point State Park. This amazing park is located in the heart of the stunning and pristine Redwood Coast. The park is located on tree covered headland with nature trails that wind through native bush and meadows covered with wild flowers. A few trails lead down to crescent coves covered with small pebbles and often strewn with driftwood. The beaches are wild and natural with cold waters and strong currents and more suitable for walking and beachcombing than for swimming and sunbathing. This beautiful rustic location is often covered with grey skies and heavy cool mists in which the Redwood trees thrive. So be sure to wear a sweater or light jacket and comfortable walking shoes.

Lassen Volcanic Park

by JLBG

Lassen Volcanic Park (page to come) is located in the southern part of the Cascade Mountain range. It is by far not as impressive as the Yellowstone but nevertheless has boiling mud pots, steaming ground, roaring fumaroles, and sulfurous gases. They are a testimony of intense volcanic activity. The last eruption at Lassen Peak occurred in May 1915.

Eureka Waterfront

by Ewingjr98

Eureka stretches about six miles along Humboldt Bay. In 1996 the city decided to start a network of trails around the bay. One stretch of this trail is the downtown boardwalk which is located from the foot of F Street south past the new waterfront developments to the foot of C Street. In the future it is envisioned that this area will be a tourist destination, but today it is mainly a hangout for bums, homeless, and perhaps even the local druggies.

Oldtown Eureka

by Ewingjr98

Oldtown Eureka is an area that is being revitalized from its industrial logging and fishing days to a modern cultural and tourist center for the North Coast. The area features just a few attractions such as the Carson Mansion and the waterfront. The downtown area has a few businesses sparsely scattered around, but the few that we tried were very good (such as Chapala Mexican and the Lost Coast Brewery). The downtown area has about 10 hotels and inns, maybe 10 restaurants, a few clubs and theaters, and a handful of local shops. I wouldn't consider Eureka a destination in itself, but it is a convenient place to stop over for a quick night where you can find everything you need for a pleasant stay.

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 Clarion Resort Eureka

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Address: 2223 4th St, Eureka, CA 95501