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Nov 302012
 
Hwy 299 and Hwy 96

The tiny former logging town of Blue Lake rests near the banks of the Mad River off Hwy 299. Blue Lake is home to a surprising number of artists, musicians, writers and actors. At the center of its art community >read more

Nov 302012
 
Northern Humboldt County

McKinleyville, Westhaven, Trinidad The ocean and waterways influence the beauty of northern Humboldt County. McKinleyville is a beautiful, growing community bordered by the rugged Pacific Coast, nestled between the Mad and Little Rivers, and filled with streams and creeks. It >read more

Nov 302012
 
Arcata

The residents of the second largest city in Humboldt County fully appreciate the quality of life this college town offers. Arcata has it all—fresh roasted organic coffees, historic architecture, a Saturday Farmers’ Market on the town square, cooperative galleries and >read more

Nov 302012
 
Eureka

Eureka is at the heart of our beautiful artists’ community on the North Coast. With Humboldt County boasting more artists per capita than anywhere in California, the region is home to writers, visual artists, musicians, actors, dancers and filmmakers. Many >read more

Nov 302012
 
Eel River Valley

Scotia, Rio Dell, Fortuna, Ferndale, Loleta The small towns of the Eel River Valley provide first-class theater and music, antique and collectibles shops, arts cooperatives, charming accommodations, restaurants and an abundance of local festivals. The Kinetic Sculpture Race ends its >read more

Nov 302012
 
Southern Humboldt and Avenue of the Giants

Benbow, Garberville, Redway, Phillipsville, Miranda Myers Flat, Weott, Redcrest, Pepperwood The arts along the famed Avenue of the Giants (Old Hwy 101) are thriving. The majestic towering Redwoods and winding Eel River make for stunning views, perfect for creative inspiration. >read more