PLACES OF INTEREST - GEMS • BURL & MORE
13078 Avenue of the Giants
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!
On the Avenue of the Giants
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! korblywoodproducts.com
923 Redwood Drive (next to Ray’s)
Gold mining equipment, children’s mining kits, books and more.
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
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 www.victorianferndale.com
TOURIST INFO - SOUTH END OF THE AVENUE
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: email@example.com garberville.org
TOURIST INFO - NORTH END OF THE AVENUE
Rio Dell – Scotia Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center
406 Wildwood Avenue RIO DELL (707) 506-5081
Visitor’s Center, redwood gifts, art gallery & WiFi. Tue-Sat: 9AM – 5:30PM
A magnificent 31-mile scenic drive just 5 hours north of San Francisco and 2 hours south of the Oregon border.
To request a free brochure and map click here.
We’re very excited to share with you that, Avenue of the Giants has been included in the book, “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.”