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Experience California’s Redwood Coast, where thousand-year-old forests meet a stunning rugged coastline. Explore the tallest trees in the world, taste incredible wines, and enjoy the peaceful way of life. Book a Redwood Coast vacation rental and get back to the trees.

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Lost Coast Hideaway 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Lost Coast Hideaway - Shelter Cove, CA

From $178
Cove Cabin Retreat 3D Tour
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Cove Cabin Retreat - Shelter Cove, CA

From $100
Ocean Song 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

Ocean Song - Shelter Cove, CA

From $152
Hill Street Retreat 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Hill Street Retreat - Arcata, CA

From $173
Solitude by the Sea 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 9

Solitude by the Sea - Shelter Cove, CA

From $275

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Recent Redwood Coast vacation rental reviews

This space was spacious, clean and had a lot of kitchen tools for cooking at home. It was a little hard to find using google maps...definitely follow the instructions given by VACASA to find the driveway! Those details got us there. Only with there were morning drinks provided, coffee or tea. I'd definitely book it again!
Wendy C. | May 2022
The Humboldt Base Camp was perfect for a family getaway for our daughter's graduation, with rooms for our son and grandma. It was very quiet and well maintained. We didn't have dogs with us but it would be a great place for dogs. The master bath is a little dated and funky but was not a big deal. The main bath shower is awesome!
Donald H. | May 2022
The house was immaculately clean. Beds are comfortable and shower has good pressure. Kitchen supplies well stocked. Location great for visiting both Cal Poly Humboldt and the Redwood Parks. Highly recommend!
Mary C. | May 2022

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Explore our Redwood Coast vacation rentals

If like many other travelers, it’s the unforgettable nature that draws you to our Redwood Coast cabin rentals, you’ll find plenty to explore. Experience the majestic, 300-foot trees on foot or by car—there are tons of options for each. Wander along the Founders Grove Nature Trail for an easy hike right off Highway 101, or find solitude amid the ferns on the 9-mile Fern Canyon Loop Trail.

When it’s time to explore the dramatic coastline, our Redwood Coast vacation rentals are just minutes away. Glass Beach is a must-see, where bottles that made their way out to sea have washed back onto shore as beautiful rounded sea glass. If you can’t get your fill of colorful beach experiences, head to Agate Beach, where the area’s namesake gleams amid the pebbles in the California sun.

Where is California’s Redwood Coast?

The exact parameters of this special place are slightly mysterious, just like the mist-covered forests themselves. Nestled in Northern California, the area of coastline indistinctly begins at Prarie Creek National Redwood State Park and reaches its end near Humboldt Redwoods State Park. The region is comprised of state parks, national parks, and other public and private lands and is known for its misty, rainy climate that allowed these mammoth trees to flourish.

Things to do on California’s Redwood Coast

If you’d prefer to admire these gigantic trees by car, the Avenue of the Giants is a 31-mile stretch through this incredible landscape. You can even drive through the Shrine Drive Thru Tree to truly experience just how magnificently large these trees are. You’ll find the sunniest weather between June and September, but it also draws heavier crowds.

Climb the steps at Point Arena Lighthouse in Mendocino County, or walk among the dunes at Manchester Beach. In the months of November, December, March, or April, you just may catch a pod of migrating gray whales—head to High Bluff Beach for a viewpoint and be sure to bring your binoculars. At the end of your day of exploration, head back to your Redwood Coast cabin rental to unwind.

If you’re looking for a postcard-worthy day trip destination, be sure to visit Trinidad. This sleepy coastal village is a hotbed for surfers, whether you’re participating or just spectating as the waves crash on the sea stacks just offshore. Taste delicious, locally-caught seafood and explore the area by foot.

Our Redwood Coast vacation rentals offer an unforgettable experience. While there’s something to be said for beautiful Southern California’s sunshine and warm weather, the Northern California Coast is brimming with hidden gems from ancient trees to breweries and wineries to dramatic coastline. Find your home base to explore this beautiful area with one of our Redwood Coast cabin rentals.

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