Experience the Lost Coast
The links below provide resources for lodging, dining, attractions, and more. For any additional information, feel free to contact us.
Humboldt Bay Tourism Center – Oyster bar and hub for all things Humboldt, located in Old Town Eureka.
Travel Info for the Redwoods – Web resource for all the top Humboldt attractions.
No shortage of fine food in Humboldt. Independent and Co-Operative grocery stores are well stocked with all your dietary needs. There are many restaurants that can be found from the links above, not to mention the many micro breweries in the area.
Food will be available at the event. Riders get a meal with registration as well as aid stations throughout the enduro course. Additional food will be sold at the event, but anyone in attendance is highly encouraged to bring their own food and water. The nearest amenities from the event is in Blue Lake, approximately 25 miles away.
If you are making a trip out of it, we are surrounded by State Parks, National Parks, and Wilderness Areas. Get the alpine experience at the Trinity Alps Wilderness or the Marble Mountains. Snooze to the ebb and flow of the tides at Patrick’s Point State Park or Gold Bluffs Beach. Or lay low under the canopy of Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Redwood National Park, Prairie Creek State Park, or Six Rivers National Forest. The list goes on!
Camping will be allowed during the event and is sure to be a good time. Camping options will be available Friday and Saturday night so none of the action will be missed. NO OPEN FLAMES in the Lacks Creek Management Area at the time of the race. Sanitary facilities will be provided at the designated camping areas.
Revolution Bicycle Repair – Quality products and service from the shop that rides. Locations in Arcata and Eureka.
Adventure’s Edge – Hike, Bike, Paddle, or Climb. Adventure’s Edge has the gear. Locations in Arcata and Eureka.
Pacific Outfitters – An all around outdoor store with top brands for just about anything. Locations in Arcata and Eureka.
There will be entertainment provided on Saturday night. So bring your camping gear and don’t miss out! If you plan to stay in town, be sure to pick up the latest copy of the North Coast Journal for weekly listings of entertainment and live music.
Be sure to check out the many cultural attractions during your visit. Stroll through streets and alleys of Old Town Eureka, once home to rough and tough fisherman and loggers. Experience the town of Arcata, home of Humboldt State University, with plenty of charm in and around the plaza. Walk the streets of the charming Victorian village of Ferndale, visiting one of their many galleries or blacksmith shops. Visit the community of Blue Lake, the closest town to the race venue, and step back in time to a logging legacy. There are also plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife at the various marshes, wetlands, lagoons, and refuges.