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TRANQUIL VACATION COTTAGES FOR RENT ON THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REDWOOD COAST
Idyllic hiking and biking trails, breathtaking mountains, redwoods, rivers, and wildlife MECCA. Panoramic ocean vistas and access to ten public beaches are near Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals. Our cottages border the beautiful Patrick’s Point State Park, located in beautiful Trinidad, a small fishing village on the Pacific Ocean. Nestled next to the pristine Pacific Ocean in Northern California, Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals is located at the epicenter of outdoor activities. There is a myriad of outdoor activities including boating, kayaking, beach combing, hiking, biking, wildlife galore, bird watching and whale watching.
We have created an atmosphere of tranquility at Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals that brings inner peace to people.The beautiful redwood forests, as well as the cool, coastal breeze breathe new life into you resulting in a renewed vigor. Our mission is always to provide our clients with a clean, luxurious and tranquil experience. Relax at our luxurious, reasonably priced cottages located minutes from the giant Sequoia Redwoods. Let go of your worries,stress and anxiety as you experience the beauty of nature in our cozy, comfortable and luxurious cottages.
Come Discover the Northern California Redwood Coast
- The Coastal Redwoods
- Patrick's Point State Park
- TriniDad Bay
- Secluded Beaches
- Fishing on the pier
- Agate Beach
The coastal redwood is the tallest species on earth, commonly arriving at 200 to 240 feet in stature and regularly higher. Humboldt State Park secures the state’s biggest stand of virgin coast redwoods. Redwood National Park and Prairie Creek State, Park are host to the tallest trees in the world, just minutes from Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals.
Patrick’s Point State Park borders Golden Vacation Eagle Rentals. The entrance to the park is only .08 miles from our cottages. This 640 acre rocky headland, populated with Spruce and open meadows juts into the Pacific Ocean. Hike along the two mile Rim Trail to access the tide pools at low tide. Hike down to Agate Beach to collect agates or
observe whales at Big Lagoon State Park.
The historic Lighthouse has recently been relocated to Trinidad Bay, adding to the charm of this small fishing community on the Redwood Coast. Fine dining, shopping and 10 publicly accessible beaches are near Trinidad Bay. Fresh caught seafood is available here!
Visit Trinidad’s secluded beaches, featuring serenity scenic vistas, marine wildlife, birds and natural beauty. Agate Beach is a popular destination to collect agates at low tide. Visit Big Lagoon State Park in the summer to observe migrating whales close to the shoreline. You can launch a sea kayak, hike to College Cove (clothing optional ) dine on the waterfront, or stroll down the pier at Trinidad Bay.
Hook into a giant King Salmon, Ling Cod or Halibut
off the recently reconstructed Trinidad Bay Harbor pier. Bait and tackle are available at the pier.
Fresh seafood is prepared at the Seascape Restaurant, also located at the pier.
Agates, cryptocrystalline silica rocks, are exposed and collected at low tide on Agate Beach. The broad sandy beach is accessible from the north end of Patrick’s Point State Park. The vista from the Agate Beach trail head captures Big Lagoon State Park, one mile to the north,
Big Lagoon is also visible from the top of Ceremonial Rock.
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Baker Beach has a sandy private beach accessible from the trail head located on the scenic drive.read more
Walk 50 feet and see our World! This is one of the lesser known beaches in the area but is well worth seeing. From the parking area it is a short walk down a sandy path to a truely incredible vantage point. You can look north to Trinidad head and south to the...read more