Humboldt County California A Great Travel Destination According to the New York Times

Posted on October 25, 2008. Filed under: 2 The North Coast | Tags: , , |

It’s great to see that the New York Times thinks Humboldt County California is a great place to travel to.  I love when we hit national news.  It’s just fun to see that we really aren’t as remote as people think we are.  Because as far as I’m concerned Humboldt County is one of California’s best kept secrets for affordable coastal living, and outdoor attractions:

1) Walk for miles on many of our untouched (undeveloped) beaches or get adventurous and head to some of the more rockier shores North of Eureka.

2) The great Ancient Redwoods are always inspiring.Redwood National Park Humboldt County California

3) Water sports, hiking, climbing?  You name it, we got it!

Beth Greenfield wrote the article about her travels through Humboldt County California.  Definitely check this out.  She did a great job describing her trip (it was like reading a passage from Lonely Planet or the Frommer’s Guide…very descriptive), just check out the first sentence of the article…WOW!:

“ALONG California’s mystical redwood coast, 1,000-year-old trees as much as four times the height of the Rockefeller Center Christmas spruce command rocky bluffs that overlook golden, frothy beaches.”

Land of the Giants (by Beth Greenfield of the New York Times)

Cool Historic Home in Arcata CA

Sunny Day at the Farmer's Market on the Arcata Plaza, Arcata CA

Copyright 2008  Jessica Bigger.  All Rights Reserved. *Humboldt County California A Great Travel Destination According to the New York Times*


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