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North Coast Points of Interest

North Coast Places To Visit

North Coast

California North Coast attractions are as simple as a beach with tumbled glass. Others include redwood forest, lighthouses, sea caves, a geyser and PEANUTS museum. From the Trees of Mystery redwood park in Klammath to a petrified forest in Calistoga, here you'll find unique North Coast points of interest and other popular attractions.

Crescent City Points of Interest

Battery Point Lighthouse photo courtesy of the National Park Service

Battery Point Lighthouse is located off Highway 101 from Front Street in Crescent City. The Battery Point Lighthouse was built in 1856 and served until 1965. In 1982 it was relit as a backup to the modern navigational beacon at the tip of the harbor jetty. Situated on a rocky outcropping, the Battery Point Lighthouse is separated from shore during high tides. Visitors are welcome year round when tides permit for crossing the 200-foot sandbar.

Battery Point Lighthouse
577 H Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
(707) 464-3089

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Jedediah Smith State Park is located nine miles east of Crescent City on Highway 199. Named after the famous explorer that led the first expedition from the Great Salt Lake to the California coast. This is one of three state Redwood parks in the region that are part of Redwood National Park. This redwood park features 10,000 acres of old-growth Redwood trees. A dense canopy of ferns, moss and lichens fill the forest floor. Black bear, river otter, beaver and fox still roam these lands. King salmon and steelhead trout spawn in the Smith River and Mill Creek. Activities include State Park camping, biking, hiking, swimming and horseback riding.

Jedediah Smith State Park
Crescent City, California 95531
(707) 464-6101

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Trees of Mystery are located south of Crescent City off Highway 101. Trees of Mystery is situated in the heart of Redwood National Park and features unusual and incredible formations of Redwood trees. Follow a short interpretive trail through the redwood forest or take the Sky Trail gondola to the peak for astounding panoramic views from the lush redwood forest to the rugged Humboldt coastline. Trees of Mystery also includes a Native American Museum with the most extensive private collection of basketry in the world. View artifacts from the local Yurok, Karok and Tolowa tribes to the Zunis of the southwest and those from the mid-western planes. Also available is a Motel and café. Look for Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe.

Trees of Mystery
15500 Highway 101 North
Klamath, CA 95548
(800) 638-3389

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Tour-Thru Tree is located on the north side of the Klamath River near the junction of Highways 101 and 169. This privately-owned redwood park features a redwood tree that you can drive through. At more than 700 years old and 15 feet in diameter, the Tour-Thru Tree can easily fit most cars, vans and trucks.

Tour Thru Tree
430 Highway 169
Klamath, CA 95548
(707) 482-5971

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Fern Canyon photo courtesy of the National Park Service

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is located 50 miles north of Eureka off Highway 101. This is one of three state Redwood parks in the region that are part of Redwood National Park. Activities include State Park camping, fishing, tide pool exploration, hiking, fishing and horseback riding. This redwood park is known for its nature trails through lush fern canopy beneath a towering old-growth Redwood forest. Fern Canyon and Rhododendron Trail are two popular trails in the park. Fern Canyon follows a creek bed to the ocean and features several species of fern protruding from the canyon walls. Every year in May, Rhododendron Trail features blooming rhododendrons and azaleas that grow wild in the park.

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
127011 Newton B. Drury Parkway
Orick, California 95555
(707) 465-7347

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Eureka Points of Interest

Patrick's Point State Park

Patrick's Point State Park is located just a few miles north of Trinidad off Highway 101. This park offers a dense forest where trails can be traversed through wildflower meadows and lush forest to the headland cliffs leading to the ocean below. Activities include beach camping, fishing, tide pool exploration, whale watching, diving, surfing and hiking. Hunt for colorful agates on 'Agate Beach' at the north end of the park. Reconstructed Yurok Village on site. This park is a great choice for camping by the beach.

Patrick's Point State Park
4150 Patrick's Point Drive
Trinidad, California 95570
(707) 677-3570

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Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

Trinidad Head Lighthouse is located off Highway 101 from Main Street in Trinidad. The original Trinidad Head Lighthouse began operation in 1871 at a rugged cliff-side location. By 1947 the Fresnel lens was replaced by a modern beacon that continues to operate today. In 1949, the original Fresnel lens was placed inside a replica lighthouse closer to town at Trinity & Edwards Streets. This lighthouse overlooks Trinidad Bay and is known as the Trinidad Head Memorial Lighthouse. The original lighthouse can be viewed from a distance on the Trinidad Head Trail at the end of Edwards Street.

Trinidad Head Lighthouse
Trinity Street
Trinidad, CA 95570

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Mad River Hatchery is located south of Trinity Highway (Hwy 299) from Blue Lake Boulevard. The Mad River Fish Hatchery is a key element in maintaining healthy numbers of steelhead in the Mad River and its tributaries. The hatchery features a viewing platform and a gathering tank at the top of a fish ladder. There are several 100-foot long raceways containing various ages of steelhead.

Mad River Fish Hatchery
1660 Hatchery Road
Arcata, CA 95521
(707) 822-0592

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Arcata Architectural Homes are located off Highway 101 in Arcata. Take a self-guided tour of historic homes throughout Arcata. Choose to walk or drive to see magnificent examples of Victorian, settlement, craftsman and transitional architecture on homes, churches and buildings. Use the online maps provided by the Historical Sites Society of Arcata or stop by the California Welcome Center in Arcata for a printed map.

Arcata Architectural Homes Tour
California Welcome Center
1635 Heindon Road
Arcata, CA 95521
(707) 822-3619

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Fort Humboldt State Historic Park

Fort Humboldt is located off Highway 101 from Highland Avenue. Situated on a bluff overlooking Humboldt Bay, Fort Humboldt was originally established in 1853 to resolve conflicts between gold-seekers, settlers and Native Americans. The park includes an original hospital building & history museum, logging museum, two locomotive trains and a steam donkey. The history museum exhibits include historical documents and artifacts depicting life at the fort in the 1800's.

Fort Humboldt State Historic Park
3431 Fort Avenue
Eureka, CA 95503
(707) 445-6567

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Willian Carson Mansion

William Carson Mansion is located off Highway 101 from M Street. Situated in Old Town Eureka, the Carson Mansion is one of the finest and most elaborate examples of early Victorian architecture in California. The home was originally constructed in 1885 for the owner of a local lumber company and today belongs to a club dedicated to the preservation of historical buildings. The mansion is private and no inside tours are offered, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the most photographed Victorian homes in the state.

William Carson Mansion
143 M Street
Eureka, California 95501
(800) 638-3389

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Humboldt Botanical Garden is located south of Eureka off Highway 101. The Humboldt Botanical Garden is situated at College of the Redwoods and features several acres of native and exotic plants. Enjoy colorful themed gardens, a nursery and spiral earth sculpture used to promote personal happiness.

Humboldt Botanical Garden
College of the Redwoods
7351 Tompkins Hill Road
Eureka, CA 95501
(707) 442-5139

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Samoa Cookhouse is located off Highway 101 from R Street. Situated on the peninsula in Arcata Bay, the Samoa Cookhouse is the last surviving historic cook house in the West. Originally constructed to serve meals to the lumberjacks of the Hammond Lumber Company Mill, it now contains the Samoa Cookhouse Restaurant and the Samoa Cookhouse Historic Logging Museum. The museum contains artifacts from the logging industry as well as from an old-time commercial kitchen.

Samoa Cookhouse Historic Logging Museum
Cookhouse Road
Samoa, California 95564
(707) 442-1659

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Freshwater County Park is located 7 miles east of Eureka on Freshwater Road. Freshwater County Park features freshwater pool that's formed when the county dams Freshwater Creek every year from June to September, Memorial Day through Labor Day. The pool includes a swim beach, diving platform and barges. The park includes picnic tables, restrooms, a group area and gazebo for private functions.

Freshwater County Park
Freshwater Road
Eureka, CA 95503
(707) 442-1659

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Ferndale Points of Interest

The Victorian Village of Ferndale

Ferndale is located south of Eureka along California's Lost Coast. Visit 'The Victorian Village of Ferndale' for one of California's most impressive displays of Victorian architecture. The entire village is California Historical Landmark #883. Peruse multiple old-fashioned stores and galleries along Main Street. Cultural touches of early immigrants from Scandinavia, Switzerland, Italy and Portugal still remain throughout the village. Ferndale is only a 5-minute drive from the ocean and several spectacular hiking trails. The small town of Ferndale has been recognized as one of California's most beautiful towns by several well-known travel publications. Just a short distance from town is Centerville Beach with a large sandy beach that's great for beach combing. Nearby attractions include Humboldt Lagoons State Park and Humboldt Redwoods State Park.

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Fortuna Depot Museum is located off Highway 101 from Main Street. The history museum is situated in an historic 1893 train depot. This museum contains the history of the Eel River Valley with museum exhibits including railroad, farm, war and Native American memorabilia. Collections include fishing gear & lures, a doll collection, Indian basketry and historic documents.

Fortuna Depot Museum
3 Park Street
Fortuna, California 95540
(707) 725-7645

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Clendenen's Cider Works is located off Highway 101 from 12th Street. Clendenen's is a family-owned business producing fresh apple cider on the same antique press since 1916. No pasteurization is needed so the the pure flavor of the apples is unimpeded. Their cider is considered by some as the best in the nation. Clendenen's Cider Works is open August through January during apple season.

Clendenen's Cider Works
96 S. 12th Street
Fortuna, CA 95540
(707) 725-2123

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Loleta Cheese Factory is located off Highway 101 from Loleta Drive. Loleta's is nestled in the heart of dairy country and produces premium natural and organic cheeses. They take extra care in assuring that their cheese milk contains no pesticides, hormones, antibiotics or any other contaminants. Stop in for a tasting or watch the process of cheese making on their tour. They produce cheddar cheese, havarti cheese, fontina cheese, monterey jack cheese, flavored jack cheese, colby jack cheese, habañero cheese and more.

Loleta Cheese Factory
252 Loleta Drive
Loleta, CA 95551
(707) 733-5470

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Humboldt Points of Interest

Avenue of the Giants

Humboldt Redwoods State Park is located 45 miles south of Eureka along the Avenue of the Giants and 20 miles north of Garberville. Enjoy 53,000 acres of pristine Redwood forest, 17,000 acres of which is old-growth Redwood trees thousands of years old. Take a 32 mile self-guided auto tour through Avenue of the Giants. This is California's largest redwood park with more than 100 of the world's tallest Redwood trees. Activities include hiking, fishing, horseback riding, camping, canoeing and swimming in the Eel River.

Humboldt Redwoods State Park
Myers Flat, California 95554
(707) 946-2409

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Richardson Grove State Park is located 7 miles south of Garberville on Highway 101. This Redwood park is located along the south fork Eel River and offers camping, hiking, swimming and fishing within an old-growth California Redwood forest. Richardson Grove contains one of the top ten tallest Redwood trees as well as a walk-through tree. an historic Redwood lodge houses a visitor center and gift shop.

Richardson Grove State Park
1600 US Highway 101
Garberville, CA 95440
(707) 247-3318

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One Log House

One Log House is located 9 miles south of Garberville outside Richardson Grove State Park. Take a tour of the 1946 One Log House that was hollowed out from a single gigantic redwood tree. It took 8 months to create the 7x32 room within the One Log House. Also at the location is a full espresso bar, soda fountain, gift shop and old-time logging exhibit. Purchase unique gifts Thunderbird Mountain Trading Company including redwood chainsaw carvings, Native American jewelry, toys, Indian jerky and authentic Indian moccasins.

One Log House
705 Highway 101
Garberville, CA 95542
(707) 247-3717

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Confusion Hill is located 8 miles north of Leggett on Highway 101. Take a 30-minute train ride through a Redwood forest on a 20-gauge track. See the Gravity House which seems to defy the laws of physics. Step inside the Redwood Shoehouse. Visit the Twin Towers Memorial Trees that were dedicated as a memorial shortly after 9-11. Catch a glimpse of the elusive Chipalope. Watch for the largest freestanding Redwood Chainsaw Carving Totem Pole off Highway 101 and you know you're there.

Confusion Hill
75001 Highway 101
Piercy, Ca. 95587
(707) 925-6456

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Smithe Redwoods is located 4 miles north of Leggett on Highway 101. This Redwood park features the Frank and Bess Smithe Grove of California Redwoods. Another park feature is a 60-foot waterfall.

Smithe Redwoods SNR
Highway 101
Riverdale, CA 93656
(707) 247-3318

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The Shrine Drive-Thru Tree is located off Highway 101 at the southern entrance to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It's one of the few remaining drive-thru trees in the state. A gift shop sells local arts & crafts and souvenirs.

Shrine Drive-Thru Tree Auto Park
Avenue of the Giants and Boy Scout Road
Myers Flat, CA 95554
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Drive-Thru Chandelier Tree

Drive-Thru Tree Park is located at the junction of Highways 1 and 101 in Leggett. This small Redwood park features the Chandelier Drive-Thru Tree as its focal point. Visitors are welcome to enjoy picnic tables and a gift shop.

Drive-Thru Tree Park
67402 Drive-Thru Tree Road
Leggett, CA 95585
(707) 925-6464

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Mendocino Points of Interest

Skunk Train features historic train rides through towering Redwood trees of the Mendocino Forest. Spot deer drinking from the Noyo River, as you chug the 40 miles of pristine Redwood forest through tunnels, over bridges and past open meadows, that follow the coastal "Redwood Route". The Skunk Train started out as a logging route in 1885 and now carries visitors to and from the historic logging towns of Fort Bragg and Willits. Take the train for a scenic ride or reserve a spot for dinner and wine tasting. The Skunk Train offers specialty tours for holidays and celebrations such as 'Crab and Wine Days'.

Skunk Train Fort Bragg Depot
100 W. Laurel Street
Fort Bragg, California 95437
(800) 866-1690

Skunk Train Willits Depot
299 East Commercial Street
Willits, California 95490

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Glass Beach

Glass Beach is located on the north end of town in Fort Bragg. From the days of heavy logging until the late 1960's, this beach was the local dump. Today it has become a tourist attraction for all of the glass that has been rounded by the surf over the years and blended with the pebbly sand. Children as well as adults enjoy beach combing for colorful glass pebbles and exploring the many tide pools. Turn off on Elm Street from Highway 1. Park and walk the dirt road to Glass Beach. Head south along the shore for the cove with the largest quantities of glass. No facilities. Please don't take any glass with you. Visit the Sea Glass Jewelry Store and Museum in Fort Bragg where you can purchase a quality specimen.

Glass Beach
Elm Street and Glass Beach Drive
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens are located off Highway 1 south of Fort Bragg. Enjoy manicured formal gardens, a dense coastal pine forest, native plants, fern-covered canyons, camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias, conifers, heaths, heathers and flower-filled coastal bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The gardens are particularly known for their collection of camellias and rhododendrons. Bird watchers can expect to find over 150 different species of birds within the gardens including the red-throated loon, double-crested cormorant, black oystercatcher, ospreys, hawks, sandpipers, plovers, Canadian geese and the rare ash-throated flycatcher, savannah sparrow and red-breasted nuthatch. Pick up a plant or souvenir at the Gardens Store and Nursery.

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
18220 Highway 1
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 964-4352

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Mendocino

Mendocino is located off Highway 1 just a few miles south of Highway 20. This refined coastal village offers upscale amenities like Victorian Inns and day spas. Known for its quaint shops and antique treasures, this small town also has much to offer in outdoor activities. Enjoy camping at one of several campgrounds in the region. Find large secluded beaches at the mouth of the Big River or one of the many coves along the coast. Explore tide pools and rocky coastline at Mendocino Headlands State Park. Mountain bike some of the many trails that flow through the pristine redwood forest. Visit one of the many state parks in the region. Schedule a llama trek into the woods for a picnic at Russian Gulch State Park. Visit the 1909 Point Cabrillo Light House. Rent a kayak for kelp forest exploration at Van Damme State Park. Indulge in one of many Mendocino festivals celebrating crab, wine, whales, mushrooms, music and more.

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Point Cabrillo Lighthouse

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse is located approximately 4 miles north of Mendocino. The Point Cabrillo Lighthouse was built specifically in response to the increase in lumber shipments due to the rebuilding of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake. It began operation in 1909 and today is a California State Historic Park. In addition to the lighthouse, several other structures remain including keeper's homes, coal buildings, a carpentry shop and the oil house. The Lightkeeper's Museum which also houses a 350-gallon tidal aquarium. The keeper's house and cottages are available as vacation rentals.

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
45300 Lighthouse Road
Mendocino, CA 95460
(707) 937-5033

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Kelley House Museum

Kelley House Museum is located off Highway 1 from Main Street. This history museum is situated in an historic 1861 oceanview home. The museum focuses on the rich history of the Mendocino Coast with collections of photographs, genealogical data, research documents, maps, books and more. The house contains 19th-century furnishings and grounds featuring an acre of gardens complete with a small fishing pond and resident geese.

Kelley House Museum
45007 Albion Street
Mendocino, CA 95460
(707) 937-5791

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Russian Gulch State Park

Russian Gulch State Park is located 2 miles north of Mendocino on Highway 1. Russian Gulch Creek Canyon is known for its picturesque waterfall, bridge, sea caves and Devil's Punch Bowl (collapsed sea cave in which the ocean churns). Several large sea caves are accessible by kayak with a few reachable on foot at low tides. An approximate 5-mile round trip hike through Fern Canyon ends at Russian Gulch Falls, a 36-foot waterfall. Activities include tide pool exploration, State Park camping, hiking, biking, abalone diving and fishing. Russian Gulch was historically a regular stop for lumber ships heading to San Francisco. This park is a great choice for camping by the beach.

Russian Gulch State Park
Highway 1
Mendocino, California 95460
(707) 937-5804

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Van Damme Sea Caves are located off Highway 1 approximately 3 miles south of Mendocino. Several sea caves are accessible only by kayak in Van Damme State Park. Kayak Mendocino operates tours from the beach and provides you with everything you need including wetsuits, helmets, guides and more.

Van Damme State Park
Little River, California 95456
(707) 937-5804

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Point Arena Points of Interest

Schooner Gulch State Beach are located 3 miles south of Point Arena. Schooner Gulch is split into two beaches; Schooner Gulch Beach and Bowling Ball Beach at the northern end, so named for its unusually round boulders. Watch for the 'Park Facing South Only' sign at the two trailheads.

Schooner Gulch State Beach
Highway 1 and Schooner Gulch Road
Point Arena, CA 95468
(707) 937-5804

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Point Arena Lighthouse

Point Arena Lighthouse is located approximately 6 miles north of Point Arena. The Point Arena Lighthouse was first lit in 1870. It was destroyed by the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and rebuilt in 1907. Being 115-feet tall, it shares the title of California's tallest lighthouse with the Pigeon Point Lighthouse south of San Francisco. Point Arena Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse on the west coast that visitors can climb to the top. Today, the former foghorn building houses a museum and gift shop. Lighthouse tours are available daily. The keeper's house and cottages are available as vacation rentals.

Point Arena Lighthouse
45500 Lighthouse Road
Point Arena, CA 95468
(707) 882-2809

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Fort Ross is located approximately 12 miles north of Jenner. trailhead to beach located behind the fort. Fort Ross was once a Russian settlement and part Russia's attempt to colonize North America in the 1800's. The fort served as a hub for trade, exploration and settlement in the region. Several original structures still remain. One primitive campground is available. Reef Beach is located south of Fort Ross at Reef Campground.

Fort Ross State Historic Park
19005 Highway 1
Jenner, CA 95450
(707) 847-3286

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Inland Points of Interest

Anderson Valley Historical Museum is located off Highway 128 west of Ukiah. Situated in an historic 1891 schoolhouse, the history museum documents the history of the Anderson Valley with special emphasis on Boontling, a unique dialect spoken by the Anderson Valley residents at the turn of the century.

Anderson Valley Historical Museum
12340 Highway 128
Boonville, CA 95415
(707) 895-3207

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Vichy Springs Resort is located off Highway 101 east of Ukiah. This State Historic Landmark features 150 year old hot springs that are the only naturally warm and carbonated mineral baths in North America. Choose to stay a night at their cozy cottages or just enjoy a few hours soaking in the mineral baths. Natural mineral springs like Vichy Springs have long been known to have healing abilities.

Vichy Springs Resort
2605 Vichy Springs Road
Ukiah, California 95482
(707) 462-9515

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Old Faithful Geyser is located between Highways 128 & 29, north of Calistoga. This is one of only 3 geysers in the world that can be considered 'faithful' due to its predictable eruptions. An eruption takes place every 20-30 minutes and reaches heights of 20 to 70 feet. Water is super heated by volcanic activity deep below the earth's surface and forced upward to create the geyser. Also located at the geyser are gardens, picnic grounds, a museum and gift shop.

Old Faithful Geyser
1299 Tubbs Lane
Calistoga, California 94515
(707) 942-6463

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Petrified Forest is located west of Calistoga and Highway 128, off Petrified Forest Road. Situated in a pine forest with views of Mt. St.Helena, nature trails lead to 3-million year old redwood tree remnants that now exist as rock. An ancient volcanic eruption probably felled the trees and then preserved them over millions of years with a layer of volcanic ash. Volcanic evidence can be found along the trails in the form of obsidian and pumice.

Petrified Forest
4100 Petrified Forest Road
Calistoga, California 94515
(707) 942-6667

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Lagunitas Brewery is located off Highway 101 in Petaluma. Stop in and have a cold one. Lagunitas is known for their flavorful IPA brews. Call ahead for a tour of the brewery.

Lagunitas Brewery
1280 North McDowell Boulevard
Petaluma, California 94954
(707) 769-4495

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PEANUTS Museum is located off Highway 101 from Steele Lane. The museum celebrates the works of artist and PEANUTS cartoon creator, Charles Schulz. Exhibits include an extensive collection of Peanuts cartoon strips, Charles Schulz personal artifacts, licensed Peanuts products, multimedia, photographs and more. Charles Schulz was a lifetime resident of Santa Rosa.

NOTE: Snoopy's Home Ice is a beautiful ice skating arena located right next door and was once owned by Charles Schulz.

Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 579-4452

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