Sequoia Park Zoo
Iconic redwoods, right here in town. A great place to walk or jog and enjoy the redwoods.
Great easy walking, biking, or driving trail through giant Sequoia's. I love walking my dogs here.
The zoo has a wonderful otter display as well as a great cafe. The reptile and bird exhibits are beautiful. There's also a fun park right next to the zoo that is perfect for families. There are some hiking trails in the park that vary from easy pavement trails to moderately difficult trails. There…
One of the coolest small zoos you will find. Go hike in the redwoods before or after you visit the otters!
Located in Sequoia Park in Eureka, this unique little zoo houses monkeys, red pandas, otters, salmon and bald eagles, to name but a few of the animals, many rescued and unable to be re-released to the wild. Very affordable, and you can walk through the redwoods to complete your adventure. The Zoo…
“It's a 7 minute walk away from us! Plus, they are locally owned and serve coffee, food, and beer & wine. Maybe you'll run into us there!”
“You can't visit Eureka and NOT go to Old Town! Everything good is there: shops, cafes, the boardwalk, restaurants, bars, horse carriage rides, art galleries, and historic architecture! The locals love it too! Arts Alive is the first Saturday evening of every month and you'll see art hanging in every shop and live music on every corner.”
“Local history of the Humboldt County area. They have many interesting events as well.”
“This museum was locally founded in 1960 and exemplifies some of the rich local Native American cultures. They also display the history of gold rush settlements and timber industry. It's really a magnificent place to lose yourself for a while.”
“This stunning bay-front fusion restaurant brings together ambiance, French home-style cooking, and mouthwatering Californian cuisine. If you’re out for some drinks, they offer local craft beers, wine, and house-infused sake cocktails. Enjoy an exquisite meal at our bistro while taking in the picturesque view of Humboldt Bay”