In addition to wine tasting and selecting wine to take home, Humboldt County offers a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities and events.

Visit Humboldt during one of the local festivals that are held around the county, or do a little fishing, hiking or shopping.


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How to Get to Humboldt County

Humboldt County begins about 200 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco (3.5 hours drive time), and 100 miles south of the Oregon Border (about two hours drive time), the city of Eureka (Humboldt's largest city), sits right on the Pacific Ocean. Highway 101 bisects the town of Eureka, and is the easiest route for reaching Humboldt County from the South or from the north.

From the east, Interstate 5 north takes you up California 's Central Valley and provides access to the coast via Highway 20 at Williams and Highway 299 at Redding.  Traveling south from Portland, take Highway 199 at Grants Pass, in Oregon.

The Eureka/Arcata Airport (ACV)
is served by three air carriers, United Express, Alaska/Horizon and Delta, with daily flights from San Francisco, Sacramento Los Angeles, Portland, and Salt Lake City . The airport is located in the town of McKinleyville, 16 miles north of Eureka.

AMTRAK Motorcoach runs from Martinez in the San Francisco Bay area to Humboldt County.

Greyhound Buslines
arrives in Eureka from most locations.


More Humboldt Information

California Visitor Information (North Coast)

Community Alliance with Family Farmers (Humboldt County Chapter) - Advocates for California family sustainable agriculture

Humboldt Made - Learn more about Humboldt made products

Humboldt County Independent Business Alliance - Support Humboldt County locally-owned and independent businesses