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Is renting a vacation home in McKinleyville expensive?
Prices for a stay in McKinleyville begin at $87 per night.
Is there a wide selection of vacation rentals in McKinleyville?
Currently, there are 128 vacation rentals available for you to compare and book.
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McKinleyville in Humboldt County is on the coast of Northern California. A small community, staying here helps you slow down your pace and enjoy the local way of life. Nearing Oregon, McKinleyville has lots to do nearby, and a whole lot of nature to explore. Enjoy the nearby trails and the California sun.
Things to do in McKinleyville
McKinleyville has lots of natural and outdoor activities for you to enjoy. Explore the Hammond Trail, with miles of trails for hiking, biking, and even horseback riding. Find beaches off the beaten path, and enjoy the serenity of the trails. Check out Clam Beach, and even the McKinleyville Totem Pole as a local landmark. The local Humboldt Regeneration Brewery and Farm is the perfect place to try some beer, while you can relax at the Beau Golf Club or the local spa.
Day trips from McKinleyville
McKinleyville is just an hour and a half away from Crescent City, where the crescent shaped coast brings tons of visitors. Enjoy the water and soak up the sun, while renting paddleboards of kayaks to stay active. Relax on the beach, and enjoy the local fish restaurants nearby that always have the best catch. Go horseback riding on the beach, and see one of California’s oldest lighthouses, Battery Point. The Redwoods are not far from Crescent City also, with the state and national parks just waiting for you to explore.
There are lots of homey places to stay in McKinleyville, from beach houses to suburban homes. Find one that’s right for you with Tripping, or search through the local hotels and apartments to rent. Enjoy the calm of McKinleyville, and your California vacation!
Transportation in McKinleyville
McKinleyville is home to the Arcata-Eureka Airport, the largest airport around, and a great place to fly into. Otherwise, you’ll want to drive up to your rental. A car will be useful to get around and to take day trips with. Route 101 will come in handy, and the Humboldt Transit Authority has public transportation and buses that can also get you around.
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