Emerald Forest of Trinidad
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEmerald Forest of Trinidad
If you want to sleep in the redwood forest in comfort of your RV, your tent or one of the cabins this is the place. Almost each RV site has its own area between the trees and the tent areas are large and secluded.
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... shops, and just riding out bikes around. Trinidad is such a cute little beach town, its small, but the perfect size. We then locked up our bikes and did a short hike up to see the lighthouse. Unfortunately, our views of the water were blocked by the thick fog that loomed until about 2pm. It was still a good hike and we stopped along the way to eat our lunch. After the hike we went into the Humboldt State Marine Lab that is ...
... not appeal to us so we kept going.
At Arcata, looking for something nice, but casual, we found Mazzottis on the Plaza and it was perfect. Good Italian food in a friendly, comfortable setting. The plaza was a nice gathering spot, it looked like a festival was ending, with music and sidewalk paintings.
Since the day was not finished we decided to ...
... about everyone else had left. Just when I was about to carry my bike up the mountain the host raced by in his gold cart. Apparently the park ranger, his senior, had just driven off for a bit. This gave him a small window of time where he could ferry me without getting into trouble, as long as I wouldn't tell on him, of course! After everything was said and done, I pedaled as fast as I could up ...
... out, to the Pier. It was the 100th Anniversary of the Pier but not much had been done - a few food outlets and kayak and boat shops but little else! There were a large number of seals on a floating platform, but as you can gather I wasn't impressed and we quickly hit the road north again. We left the coast and headed inland to pick up I101N again to get into San Francisco and to cross the Golden Gate Bridge (something I've always wanted to do). After a brief rest stop ...
... the shore line all the way, it is a riders paradise. (See Pictures and Video Below)
We encountered our first roadside deer in one of the forest sections but it moved off but Carl had a moment when he first saw it. At the coastal town of Mendocino we stopped to take in the view and the quaint village style surroundings. Visited the Bakery and had a real coffee with some of the bakery delights sampled. Fuel purchased at $6.40 ...