Outdoor Attractions

Named Lonely Planet's Top US destination for 2018,


Humboldt County is not only home to gorgeous groves of ancient Redwood Forests and stunning natural beauty, but also has a vibrant cultural and festival scene - see below for a few ideas or visit our Special Events and Tour pages for more information.


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http://avenueofthegiants.net/view-map/

Included in the book, "1,000 Places To See Before You Die," the Avenue of the Giants is just nine-miles north of Garberville, and stretches over 30 miles, winding through majestic Redwood Forests - a must see!

Briceland Vineyards

Enjoy wine-tasting at Southern Humboldt's very own, award-winning local winery. Reservations available upon request. Wine-tasting Saturdays 1-5pm, no appointment necessary.

Drive-Thru Tree

Drive through a 2,000 year old Redwood Tree - that is still growing!

Grandfather Tree

Only 10 miles south of Garberville along Hwy101, this tree will amaze you!

707-247-3413

Richardson Grove State Park

Richardson Grove State Park

Established in 1922 as one of California’s first redwood parks.

Join us at the Southern Humboldt Community Park in Garberville for a monthly 2-3 hour birdwalk.

(707) 923-7227

Sanctuary Forest

Sanctuary Forest is a local non-profit that offers programs and services to help protecting our natural resources for future generations.