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Bungalow in the Redwoods

This cozy bungalow is situated on 6 acres of redwood forest within walking distance to the coastal village of Trinidad and close to the tallest trees in the world, amazing hiking trails and the rugged beaches of the Northern California coast. Immerse yourself in the glories of the redwood forest around an evening fire under the stars. The Bungalow is private, freshly remodeled, clean and comfortable. Beautiful afternoon light, shaded in the morning for sleeping in.

$229 per night
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Cozy Trinidad Cabin

Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. Enjoy the quiet within walking distance to downtown Trinidad and a short driving distance to many great coastal hiking spots

$162 per night
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Airstream in the Trees

This 1983 Airstream is tucked in the corner of four and a half acres of beautiful second growth redwoods just outside the town of Trinidad. It is a sweet and simple space with three beds and all the necessities needed to cook a nice meal after a day in Humboldt. The Airstream's main heat source is a gas heater. WIFI service is available, there is no tv/entertainment center, so bring your laptop if you want to watch movies!

$125 per night

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Trinidad beach vacation rentals

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Crabber's Cottage - Walk to Beach & Affordable!
$145 per night
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Charming suite w/ocean & beach views, upscale furnishings, and shared BBQ
$230 per night
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Pilot Rock Cottage
$169 per night
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Oceanfront Home with Amazing Views, Free WiFi, Deck - Hiking Nearby
$356 per night
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Treasure Cove - Hot Tub, Ocean Views & Walk to Beach!
$604 per night
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Starfish- Trinidad -Perfect for couples
$191 per night
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Trinidad Vacation Rental
$267 per night
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Secluded house on the coast w/ocean views and a private, large yard w/ a BBQ
$246 per night
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Charming home w/ a furnished balcony, ocean views, & a private hot tub!
$404 per night
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Cozy Home w/ Incredible Ocean Views, Free WiFi, and Private Deck
$433 per night
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Harbor Moon l Stunning Home l 10` Ceilings with Elegant Details Throughout l Expansive Harbor and Coastal Views
$750 per night
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Beachfront Escape at Moonstone Beach with Sunset-View Deck, Washer/Dryer & WiFi
$357 per night

Trinidad house rentals

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Sea Cliff - Perched above Sea, Romantic & Private!
$466 per night
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Redwood forest retreat! “Morning Rose Room”
$75 per night
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Windrose Cottage -Quiet & Romantic Near Beach!
$173 per night
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Camel Rock House - Magical Majestic Ocean & Redwood Views on 3 Acres!
$440 per night
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Adorable Trinity House Harbor Views
$299 per night
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Baker Beach House - Hot Tub, Ocean Views & Fire Pit-
$538 per night
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Dream House in the Redwoods with hot tub and sauna
$618 per night
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Raven Ridge Retreat - Redwoods, Hot Tub & Firepit!
$466 per night
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Stunning, Private Oasis on 3 acres in Trinidad!
$495 per night
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Private house in the woods - hot tub, deck, beach access
$503 per night
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Colorful, dog-friendly home w/covered furnished deck, large lawn, & gas grill
$310 per night
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Pelican's Nest - Beach & Dog Lover's Paradise!
$444 per night

Trinidad cabin rentals

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The Forest Haven Suite: Cottage In The CA Redwoods
$165 per night
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Meadows and Woods.
$124 per night
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Deja Blue Big Lagoon Studio
$160 per night
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Sylvan Harbor Cabin #3
$126 per night
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The Eagles View Suite: Cottage In The CA Redwoods
$185 per night
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Sylvan Harbor Cabin #1
$136 per night
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Handcrafted Cottage in the Redwoods
$168 per night
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Loft 3 at Humboldt Bay Social Club
$180 per night
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The Ranch House at Humboldt Bay Social Club
$255 per night
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Shore Acres Ocean View Cabin and Retreat Space
$277 per night
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Beachcomber's Cabin - Pet Friendly & Walk to Beach!
$291 per night
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Cozy Cabin in the Redwoods-River, Beaches, Hottub
$125 per night

Your guide to Trinidad

All About Trinidad

On California’s wild Lost Coast 90 minutes from the Oregon border, the small seaside village of Trinidad boasts big trees, untamed beaches, and jaw-dropping views of the Pacific Ocean. In fact, Trinidad is designated as a California Coastal National Monument Gateway — a title given to sections of the coast that are important as both a tourist destination and wildlife habitat. Just off the coast, Green Rock and Flatiron Rock provide a home to a dozen species of seabirds — the most diverse seabird population in California.

To experience the natural beauty of the town up close, you can hike or bike the Trinidad Head Trail Loop, which winds along the coast through stands of towering redwood and spruce trees. A walk on the Trinidad Pier, which juts out into the protected waters of the Trinidad Harbor, offers the chance to experience the rocky coastline from a different perspective. The pier is also a great place to try your hand at fishing or crabbing, as you listen to the waters hitting the shore.


How do I get around Trinidad?

The California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV) is around 15 minutes south of Trinidad in the town of McKinleyville. From the airport, you can hop on a bus or rent a car to complete your trip. The much bigger San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is 5.5 hours away. Once you have arrived in Trinidad, you can utilize the public bus transportation system to get around town or to visit other towns nearby. Taxis and ride-hailing services are also widely available throughout Trinidad. You can also take advantage of the numerous trails and bike paths here by renting a bicycle as an alternate method of transportation during your stay.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Trinidad?

May through early November is generally considered the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Trinidad. Not only are the temperatures warm and the seas calm during this time, but the skies tend to be clear once the morning fog rises. This is also considered the region’s dry season, although you may still have to account for the occasional rain shower. During this time, you can also find numerous events and festivals held around town, like the Trinidad Fish Festival, where you will find fresh fish dishes, live music, and a kid’s zone on the third Sunday in June. If you make the trip during the rainy season — November through April — you will likely witness a winter storm and cold weather, so come prepared with warm waterproof boots and a coat.


What are the top things to do in Trinidad?

Sue-Meg State Park

Located around 10 minutes north of Trinidad in the heart of redwood country, the Sue-Meg State Park covers 640 acres of diverse landscape, including sandy shoreline, rocky cliffs, and lush forests with mature spruce, redwoods, and pines. You can explore the varying scenic views and wildlife along one of the numerous trails here. Several exhibits showcasing the cultural and natural history of the park are also available. During the summer months, kids can enjoy Junior Ranger programs with nature walks through the park.

Trinidad Head Memorial Lighthouse

Located in the harbor around two minutes from downtown Trinidad, the Trinidad Head Memorial Lighthouse is a 25-foot lighthouse built in 1949 as a replica of the original 1871 Trinidad Head Lighthouse. It is an important site in the area’s rich maritime history, not only acting as a monument to those lost at sea, but also as the site of the 1971 Fourth Order Fresnel Lens and the 1898 Fog Bell.

Trinidad Museum

Located in a historic home that dates back to the turn of the 20th century. The Trinidad Museum focuses on the history of the area. Here, you’ll find five exhibit rooms focused on the original Tsurai Village, Yurok traditions, the Gold Rush, fishing, logging, and the Trinidad Head Lighthouse. Outside of the museum, you can enjoy the native garden and pond.