Humboldt Gables Motel

Address: 40 W Davis St, Rio Dell, California, 95562-1201, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 40 W Davis St, Rio Dell.
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        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

        TripAdvisor Reviews Humboldt Gables Motel Rio Dell

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        Travel Blogs from Rio Dell

        Out & About Treesort to Avenue of Giants

        A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 11, 2015

        5 comments, 14 photos

        ... point we are on the brink of sunset so we didn't have much time to waste so under the warning signs and fence we went. We were traveling at a good pace as the sun was setting and the woods grew darker around us. We travelled over the hill and near a dry river bed running into various hobbit structures that tended to startle us along the way by being in unexpected locations along the trail. We ran across odd creatures, missing exhibits and had to climb ...

        Day 11 - Avenue of the Giants

        A travel blog entry by rodeyo1 on Sep 14, 2015

        3 comments, 28 photos

        ... bike for the man's 1994 Ford Taurus. Nick passed, but they talked for a while.

        We rode that down to Miranda and Phillipsville where we turned around and rode north. The footage on GoPro is great.

        We stopped at the visitor center and found a Butler Motorcycle map of northern California which shows and rates the rides. It will be very helpful tomorrow. We walked out to see the third largest (we assume height not diameter) redwood tree. ...

        Redwood Forest Sept 3 to Sept 10 2015

        A travel blog entry by carlatkins on Sep 10, 2015

        45 photos

        ... We arrived to see people on both sides of the river standing arm to arm fishing for the chinook. Lots of tangled lines. As Melva was new to this, we decided to fish further up river where there were less people. Did us no good as the river bottom changed and the fish spread out in deeper water so I think we were fishing below the path of the fish. No bites at all. It became a very interesting experience as ...

        Redwood National and State Parks (Completed)

        A travel blog entry by jaysfrontier on Aug 17, 2015

        2 comments, 64 photos

        ... camp mode. Unfortunately, unlike GNP where it was a first-come, first-serve basis, RNSP required advanced reservations which I failed to do. Fortunately, the beach campgrounds can be had as long as you get there early enough to take the remaining open spots. This accommodation made for a more laborious camping because the location is a few miles away from the park and every trek into the park meant I had to breakdown my truck tent and drive to ...

        Sea stacks, Tide Pools, and more Tall Trees

        A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 07, 2014

        60 photos

        ... to see it. We ended up back at the beach and walked out to the sea stacks there where we saw a cool little arch. Too cloudy for a sunset unfortunately.

        We ate at what looked like a little diner, but was a bit more upscale than that. Still they had good crab cakes and fudge. Then we were back to finding a place to stay for the night and ended up at the Quality Inn in Arcata.