Places of Interest in Humboldt County, CA

The West Coast boasts some of the most beautiful outdoor sights and settings imaginable. The possibilities are endless when you can camp in fantastic locations and visit other places of interest in Humboldt County, CA. Enjoy the 31-mile portion of old Highway 101 that parallels Freeway 101, which includes the largest remaining stand of redwoods in the world at Humboldt Redwoods State Park. You’ll be delighted to find more tourist attractions along your scenic drive with the help of the J. Angus Publishing Group travel guide.

Relax in Nature

There are many campgrounds available that you can relax and unwind at after your long day of exploration. Whether you’ve traveled to Dean Creek Resort on Eel River or had a stroll through the Avenue of Giants, you’ll find all the natural soothing beauty to decompress with us.


Tasting and Touring

Enjoy the wine tasting at The Briceland Vineyards Winery, only 5.5 miles from Redway. This award-winning winery has been producing Humboldt Wine since 1985; visit them in the summer for wine tasting events from 1 to 5 PM on weekends and by appointment all year. 

Contact us today for more information about our places of interest so you can make the most out of your trip.

Chapman’s Gem & Mineral Shop & Museum

FORTUNA on Hwy 101, 4 miles south of Fortuna (707) 725–2714 7500 square foot showroom of the most impressive and beautiful stones from around the world. Crystals, fossils, minerals, carvings, jewelry, stones, shells, beads, books and so much more! Open 7 days 10AM – 5PM

One Log House & Espresso & Gifts

Hwy 101, near Richardson Grove State Park
(707) 247–2717
See a unique house inside a 2100 year old redwood log! Plus espresso, deli sandwiches, ice cream, redwood gift shop, A/C, picnic area, restrooms.

Briceland Vineyards Winery — Tasting & Tours

5959 Briceland Thorn Road, 5.5 miles west from REDWAY
(707) 923–2429
Most Awarded Maker of Humboldt Wine Since 1985.
Summer Tasting: 1–5pm Sat. & Sun. By apt. all year. See us on Trip Adviser

Lost Coast Adventure Tours

210 Wave Drive
(707) 986–9895
Hidden Gems and Back Roads of this Northern California Treasure.
Shuttle Service to and from the Lost Coast trails. Also specializing in guided day and overnight hikes.

Shrine Drive-Thru Tree Auto Park & Gift Shop

13078 Avenue of the Giants
(707) 943–1975
Drive through a natural opening of a living tree! Drive your car on a log! Count the rings of history! The kids will like our 2-story tree houses and walk-through stump. Visit our gift shop with quality local crafted redwood products. Family owned and operated since 1958. Don’t miss it!

Korbly Wood Products

On the Avenue of the Giants
(707) 943–3615
Offering a large selection of slabs, bases, carvings, turnings, boxes, chests, furniture, tables, clocks and gifts, custom work. In business for 42+ years. We can ship anywhere on earth. Located in downtown Miranda. Stop by and check us out!

The Majestic Grandfather Tree

779 North Hwy 101 Piercy
(707) 943–3053
World famous redwood standing 265 ft tall with a 24 ft diameter. Renovated gift shop with unique redwood products, apparel and locally made souvenirs. Also featuring a cafe with relaxing picnic areas. Wander into extraordinary! Email:

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The Chandelier Drive-thru Tree

(17 miles south of the One Log House)
(707) 925–6464
200 acre park, gift shop, picnic area, rest rooms.

The Stonery – All Natural Gemstones & Jewelry

923 Redwood Drive (next to Ray’s)
(707) 923–3334
Gold mining equipment, children’s mining kits, watches and more.

Scotia Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center

406 Wildwood Avenue
(707) 506-5081
Visitor’s Center, redwood gifts, art gallery and WiFi. Mon – Sat: 9am – 5pm

Farmers Markets (May – October)

Garberville Fri. 11:00am – 3:00pm
Briceland Thurs. 11:00am – 3:00pm
Miranda Tue. 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Ferndale Sat. 10:30am – 2:00pm
Shelter Cove Tue. 11:00am – 3:00pm

Sanctuary Forest

hikingFree public hikes. Explore the Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, Mattole Watershed, and King Range National Conservation Area. For more info and to sign up, visit

Bureau Of Land Management & Lost Coast Interpretive Association

hikingCome join our FREE public hikes for all ages. To sign up or for more information, call (707) 986-5415 or email For more info visit our website

Victorian Village Of Ferndale

Forbes named Ferndale one of AMERICA’S PRETTIEST TOWNS! “From its well-preserved Victorian-era main street, to its five-minute drive from California’s magnificent, undeveloped Lost Coast, Ferndale is a surprising trip back in time, with just enough modern quirkiness to make it unique.” Visit the Victorian Village, Ferndale

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KMUD Redwood Community Radio

(707) 923-3911
While cruising the Avenue tune into “KMUD” Redwood Community Radio
So. Humboldt 91.1fm
Shelter Cove 99.5fm
No. Humboldt 88.1fm
No. Mendocino 90.3fm


Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center
782 Redwood Drive GARBERVILLE (800) 923-2613
We have information about local attractions, businesses, services, and more. For a complete listing of hotels, restaurants, shops, as well as ideas about what to do in Southern Humboldt please visit:


Scotia Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center
406 Wildwood Avenue RIO DELL (707) 506-5081
Visitor’s Center, redwood gifts, art gallery and WiFi. Mon - Sat: 9am - 5pm

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