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 page.


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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!

Whether you want a guided day tour or a safe, scenic lift to the trailhead, Lost Coast Adventure Tours will make it unforgettably awesome.

Lost Coast Adventure Tours

Offering guided day tours, backpacking trips, as well as shuttle services, these guys will make your trip unforgettably awesome.

Justin at Redwood Adventure Sports has Standup paddle boards, kayaks, and tubes for rent - why not spend some of your stay in Garberville enjoying the beautiful outdoors?

Redwood Adventure Sports

Justin at Redwood Adventure Sports has Standup paddle boards, kayaks, and tubes for rent

(707) 602-8007

Sanctuary Forest

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

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

Visit the Grandfather Tree in Piercy

707-247-3413

Drive-Thru Tree

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