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Outdoor Activities

Arcata Plaza Farmers Market

Saturday from 9 AM to 2 PM. Live music, food booths, organic veggies & fruits, grass-fed/free-range meats, local oysters, eggs, flowers, plants, handmade products, etc.

Humboldt Bay & Harbor Cruise

1 C St., Eureka (707) 445-1910 | Visit Website

Take a guided tour on the Madaket, the nation’s oldest passenger ferry. The Madaket is the last survivor of seven original ferries that transported mill workers and families around Humboldt Bay.

Pacific Outfitters Guided Kayak Tours
(844) 926-6566 or visit their Eureka Store
1600 5th St., Eureka (707) 443-6328

Stand-up paddle-board, kayak, and bike rentals and tours available. Friday-Sunday 10am-5pm.

Kayak Zak’s Paddling Tours & Rentals

Humboldt Lagoons State Park Visitor Center
115336 Highway 101 Trinidad
(707) 498-1130 or

Eco tours, guided paddling trips, and rentals out of Stone or Big Lagoon State Parks. Float among an array of wildlife from herds of Roosevelt elk to some of the state’s prestigious collections of bird habitats.

Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary

569 S G St, Arcata  | Visit Website

307 acres, including freshwater marshes, salt marsh, tidal sloughs, grassy uplands, mudflats, brackish marsh, walking and biking paths and an interpretive center. Said to have the highest bird population on the Pacific Northwestern Coast.

National Wildlife Refuge

1020 Ranch Road, Loleta (707) 733-5406 | Visit Website

Established to conserve precious habitat for the great diversity of birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, invertebrates, and plants that occur in the Humboldt Bay area.

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