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Humboldt Bay

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Humboldt Bay

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Eureka Scavenger Hunt: From Wood To Wonder!
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Eureka Scavenger Hunt: From Wood To Wonder!

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mrancer wrote a review Sep 2020
Piedmont, California442 contributions305 helpful votes
A great outdoor choice with opportunities for beach walking, wildlife viewing and great scenery. The overlook where the Mad River empties into the Bay is wonderful
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Date of experience: September 2020
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892aronb wrote a review Nov 2019
Eureka, California79 contributions21 helpful votes
The Humboldt Bay is a beautiful and historic point of interest. It is home to the oldest floating bar in the country (The Madaket) and also home t the best oysters in all of America.... The Bucksport Oyster!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sarah B wrote a review Sep 2019
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Saw seals and an otter up close! Beautiful beach for a nice walk. Low tide will allow more access. Go slow on the drive down - lots of potholes. Take the left turn to the scenic drive (it is partly one way). If you have small children, the overlooks have sheer drops, so you might not want them to run ahead!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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sharrongeg wrote a review Sep 2019
Henderson, Nevada2,262 contributions673 helpful votes
I had forgotten how old and damp this area is. Absolutely bring a warm jacket! Best time of year to visit is May/June or Sept/Oct....and at high tide. Bay is quite large and can be accessed from all sides. Easy walking trails nearly ring the bay. Great bird watching. Photo taken of large bronze statue on southern point of Woodley Island in Humboldt Bay
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Date of experience: August 2019
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quiltnwillie2017 wrote a review Sep 2019
Eureka, California37 contributions32 helpful votes
I‘m a bit confused by the photo which seems to have been taken from the North Spit of the Bay with the South Spit seen in the distance. On the right is the ocean, not the bay itself. This entrance to the bay from the ocean is historically very treacherous for ships and boats, I understand. But within the bay there are some islands, one with a marina and an excellent seafood restaurant, the city of Eureka, an old fishing village called King Salmon which in itself is interesting to see. Homes are located along canals that are associated with street names, a trailer/RV park and a restaurant - Gill‘s By the Bay = that has a great seafood restaurant popular among the locals and definitely worth recommending to tourists.F There is another small town on the Bay called Fields Landing that doesn‘t have the appeal of King Salmon - it is somewhat long-in-the tooth, but worth driving through. There is a boat tour available on a 100 plus year old boat that offers a thorough tour of the Bay. I haven‘t taken it because I do get seasick, but it is on my bucket list. We also plan a trip to the South Spit. The Coast Guard is located on the North Spit, and at the end, a nice park with warnings not to walk on the breakwater walll due to rogue waves.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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