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Humboldt county is home to some of California's most spectacular and tranquil holiday rental locations. You can hire peaceful condos, villas, and cabins by the woods or a cottage by the coastline. For an urban vibe, you can opt to lease a rental in the middle of Humboldt city. If you are looking for a refreshing getaway, Humboldt is the place to be.A vacation rental for all
Irrespective of your age, Humboldt has a vacation rental for you. From a young couple looking for a romantic getaway to a family looking for a spacious property, a rental fits their needs. The places are kid-friendly, and most of them are full of amenities. The homes come with game rooms, washers, pools, dryers, Wi-Fi, and bathtubs. They have lots of space for your kids to play around. Most properties allow pets, ensuring your feline friends are part of the party. The rentals are close to the city's attractions, saving you time, their affordable rates, sparing you more money to splash on your holiday.
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The area and getting around
Humboldt is teeming with action all year long. You can visit the Samoa cookhouse to sample and savor the local cuisine. Interestingly the place is the only remaining lumber cookhouse. You can also grab some beers at the mad river brewing company and the Humboldt cider company. Visitors can take a walk in the north jetty and the Samoa Dunes area, where you can take your pet for a walk as the therapeutic sea air hits your face. You can explore the area's shopping scene in downtown Eureka, littered with shops.City heavy with attractions
Humboldt is a household name when it comes to tourist attractions. It features beautiful beaches, large parks, hiking trails, top-of-the-range golf courses, a farmer's market, and the famous Carson mansion. Tourists can visit the Arcata market on Saturdays to buy fresh produce and exotic local plants like the Quinoa; Visitors can jog or take walks in the avenue of giant's park. The redwood national and state park has lots of space for picnics and good scenery for photo sessions. Keep in mind that dogs are not allowed in trails though you can tag them in campgrounds and developed areas.
Travelers and activities
The redwood national and state park are ideal places to hike. It has a lot of trails and drives where you can put your talents to the test. The drives vary in degrees of difficulty, highway 36 along Fortuna is 100 miles long and is in good condition with unique curves to cycle around. Along the lost coast, many loops and roads include a 100-mile stretch on Mattole road. The streets have rough patches and are recommended for seasoned bikers only. Trails on the avenue of giants offer tourists an opportunity to work out while snapping scenic pictures.Humboldt for nature park lovers
Humboldt is a mecca for ecological and nature enthusiasts; it has a collection of the tallest and oldest trees on earth. The county combines eclectic cities and Victorian towns full of vineyards and bordering a fantastic coastline. You can catch lots of nature in the redwood national and state park, where, if lucky, you may see a herd of Roosevelt Elk. A visit to the avenue of giants will reward you with the sight of the world's most significant trees.
Humboldt county is home to the world tallest tree that stands over 380 feet in length.
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The park is home to various trees, including the world's tallest tree. You can also catch a glimpse of Roosevelt elk on your way from the park's south side. Keep a distance from the animals as they may pose a danger.2. Avenues of Giants
The place is one of the largest drive and hike trails. It is filled with more than 51000 acres of redwood groves; The Roosevelt grove contains some of the giant trees on the trail.3. The Carson mansion
The households are a record of being the USA's most photographed Victorian-style house. The home is unique and features among the highly recognized landmarks of the areas. When lit at night, the mansion offers breathtaking displays.4. Humboldt county's lost coast
The section is a remote part of the coastline accessible through small back roads. The trail is 24 miles in length and wanders through the wilderness. It is ideal for brave hikers, but it rewards them with great kelp beds and tide pools views. Hikers can also spot marine birds, sea lions, and seals.5. Arcata farmers market
Every Saturday, the market offers tourists a vast selection of local goods like carnivorous plants and Quinoa. Visitors can also get souvenirs from the market.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Humboldt County
On average, how much do vacation rentals in Humboldt County cost?
Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average price of around $347 per night.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Humboldt County?
According to our most recent data, the months that allow you to save the most in Humboldt County are February, March and December, with average prices of $316, $328, and $333, respectively.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Humboldt County go up the most?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Humboldt County was November, with an average price of $368 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of $363, and then September, with $361.
Is Humboldt County a good location for a last-minute getaway?
We recommend you to book in advance in Humboldt County as only 19% of the accommodations are available throughout the year, following the data observed in the previous year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
August, February and July are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 36%, 31%, and 30%. However, even during these periods of time, when the availability is the highest, the average is only 32%. So we highly recommend you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.
Are there many vacation rentals in Humboldt County?
We have 190 properties for you in Humboldt County, provided by our 3 local and international partners.
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