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What is the average price per night for accommodation in Crescent City North?
Usually, a stay in Crescent City North starts at $78 per night.
Is there a wide selection of vacation rentals in Crescent City North?
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Crescent City Information
About Crescent City
Crescent City lives up to its name, as its crescent shaped beach brings visitors from all over. The city is a port for the fishing industry, so you’ll always have the catch of the day. Enjoy the sandy beach, the charming city, and the warm but breezy summers. Spend your vacation by the Redwoods and the sea!
Things to do in Crescent City
First things first, you’ll be spending your days at the Crescent City coast, soaking up the sun and enjoying the ocean. There are lots of water sport rentals for paddle boarding or kayaking, as well as horseback riding on the beach. There’s lots of fresh seafood for you to discover, and great local fishing. Battery Point Lighthouse is a California Historical Landmark as one of the first lighthouses along the coast. You’ll want to check it out, especially at sunset. You’re sure to end up at the Redwoods state and national parks — there are so many to choose from! The unbelievably tall trees are incredible to see, with lots of wildlife and even beaches around.
Day trips from Crescent City
Medford in Oregon is a two and a half hour drive away from Crescent City, and a great day trip if you want to explore more of the outdoors. Take a canoe ride down Bear Creek, a stream that goes through Medford from Emigrant Lake to really get in touch with nature. Climb up Roxy Ann Peak in Medford, where you can go hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding. There are lots of trails for you to navigate, and the views are out of this world.
Crescent City accommodations
Spend your vacation by the water in Crescent City. There are lots of rentals that you can find by the coast, with great views and fresh sea air. Tripping can help you find homes, hotels, and beach houses for your getaway to Crescent City. Enjoy the short walks to the beach, or the hotel pools!
Transportation in Crescent City
You’ll need a car to get around, so drive up from your home to your rental, or rent a car. Route 101 goes right through the city, from the Oregon Coast to Eureka. The closest airport to Crescent City is Del Norte Regional Airport or the Arcata-Eureka Airport. However, the closest international airport is Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport in Oregon. The Redwood Coast Transit has local transportation in Crescent City, as well as POINT and Amtrak.