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Del Norte County is a beautiful place to spend quality time with your family. You’ll find fun and interesting places like Trees of Mystery and the Sky Trail, Ocean World, the Rowdy Creek Hatchery, and the Tour Thru Tree. hide/show text

For history buffs and those interested in Native American artifacts, you can enjoy a large collection at the End of the Trail Museum as well as a fine collection of basketry at the Del Norte County Historical Society Main Museum. And don’t forget our two lighthouses, Battery Point and St. George Reef perched on the rugged Pacific Coastline.

You can also find various displays at Visitor Centers in towns or in the parks. And you can take tours by boat, by bus, or on foot by any of our friendly and knowledgeable tour guides and services.

If you love outdoor adventure, check out the extensive section on this website about beaches, redwood parks, hiking, surfing, kayaking and much more!

All you have to do is relax, have fun, and enjoy your stay in The Real Northern California.

Check out nature walks and ranger-led programs in the Redwood National and State Parks.

Things to Do

September 3, 2014 Comments Off on Things to Do

Coming to Del Norte County? There are many things to do that you can choose from. From Redwood Forests and the Drive Thru Tree to walks on beaches.


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TOMASINI’S ENOTECA

May 26, 2014 Comments Off on TOMASINI’S ENOTECA

This Café has a 100-yr old redwood bar!


Phone: 707-464-2909


TOREROS FAMILY MEXICAN RESTAURANT

May 26, 2014 Comments Off on TOREROS FAMILY MEXICAN RESTAURANT

Full service restaurant and bar. Taco Tuesdays are a local favorite every Tuesday evening! The lounge features dance music Friday and Saturday night almost every weekend of the year!


Phone: 707-464-5712


Tour Thru Tree

June 20, 2014 Comments Off on Tour Thru Tree


Phone: (707) 482-5971


Traveling to Del Norte County

September 3, 2014 Comments Off on Traveling to Del Norte County

Del Norte County is the most northwest county of California and sits on the Pacific Ocean between the Oregon border and Humboldt County along US Highways 101 and 199. Miles to Crescent City   Travel to Del Norte By Car Arcata, CA: 78 Brookings, OR: 21 Coos Bay, OR: 134 Eugene, OR: 225 Eureka, CA: […]


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Trees of Mystery

September 3, 2014 Comments Off on Trees of Mystery

Almost a mile long groomed interpretive trail through the awe-inspiring Redwoods of Northern California. Part of the trail (The Trail of Tall Tales) is devoted to the myth and mythology of Paul Bunyan, America’s larger-than-life logger from the turn of the century. The trail, museum, gift shop, restaurant and motel are perfect for family or […]


Phone: 707-482-2251


Tsunami Bowling Center

June 20, 2014 Comments Off on Tsunami Bowling Center

Beginning Sept. 3rd, we offer a Monday Foursome League, Tuesday Rambler League, Wednesday Oil League, Thursday Fisherman’s’ Wives League, and Friday Match-up’s League.


Phone: (707) 464-4323


UP RIVER ESPRESSO

May 26, 2014 Comments Off on UP RIVER ESPRESSO

Hours: Daily 6 am – 6 pm


Phone: 707-458-3114


Weather and Climate in Del Norte County, Ca

September 3, 2014 Comments Off on Weather and Climate in Del Norte County, Ca

Temperatures range from 40-60 degrees year round along the redwood coastline. Redwoods rely on the fog that envelops the coast in the summer. Summers are mild with warmer temperatures inland. Winters are cool with considerable precipitation. Call (707) 443-7062 for current weather conditions. Always pack your rain gear and good walking shoes for the slippery […]


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WEBCAM: Trees of Mystery – Klamath, CA

May 1, 2015 Comments Off on WEBCAM: Trees of Mystery – Klamath, CA

Located in the heart of the Redwood Empire, at the very center of Redwood National and State Parks, Trees of Mystery is California’s premier nature attraction on the North coast! For over 65 years we have been educating, entertaining, and introducing visitors from the world over to this awe-inspiring natural treasure. Welcome to the California […]


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