Econo Lodge - Crescent City

Address: 725 US Hwy 101 North, Crescent City, California, 95531, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 725 US Hwy 101 North, Crescent City, is near Redwood National Park, Trees of Mystery, Battery Point Lighthouse, and Klamath River.
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    Travel Blogs from Crescent City

    Jedediah Smith Redwoods

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... photograph its greatness. I don't think I really achieved that. The name Sequoia is actually coming from a Cherokee chief Sequoyah. Sequoyah believed the white man had an advantage in the ability to read and write and he developed symbols for the 85 sounds of the Cherokee language. Soon the Cherokee had their own newspaper and bible. The earth was once covered with these majestic trees. We ...

    Day 55 - Goodbye Caves, Hello Redwoods!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 17, 2015

    45 photos

    ... put us past 5:00 and the Visitors Center was closed. Looks like we'll check it out tomorrow.
    We were about 6 miles from the shore on US-199S when we could feel a little change in the temperature. By the time we reached Crescent City, the temperature had dropped from 97 degrees to 70 degrees. Amazing! On the west coast, the beach is an entirely different concept than in Florida. For the most part, it never gets ...

    Yosemite, Redwoods, Beaches &"the Humboldt Fog"

    A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 06, 2015

    2 comments, 55 photos

    ... the Banana Slug quite an interesting creature, and spotted a few. It was one of the most awesome campsites ever! Next, back to the beach. We camped between the towns of Eureka and Arcata. Eureka was truly like being in the Twilight Zone. Funny, weird, and a little spooky. Arcata was a pretty cool, Durango-ish little town. But the beaches were spectacular. So far, we have yet to see more than 10 people on the beach, and this was a sunny weekend! It seems ...

    Beach Combing

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... ball with finger holes. Probably the holes are gas pockets that formed when the blackish basalt cooled rapidly as it hit the ocean water. I collected my favorites and left them in a pile while I checked on Bud's driftwood finds. We marveled at the sculptured appearance of these huge, weathered-white stumps. I set the timer on the camera to snap some pictures of us using the logs as seating. Oh to have a bigger trailer to tote one of these back to ...

    Gullivers Travels

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 09, 2014

    39 photos

    ... in nature, rock formations jettison out from the dark blue choppy waters. The Goonies rock, officially known as haystack rock, is host to various and plentiful types of seabirds including the puffin. A marine life assortment of sea urchins, muscles and a bountiful supply of rock covered barnacles thrives at the famous rock's base. In addition to being another fun Hollywood movie site, it was a quaint little beach town and refreshing beach walk worth the visit. After ...