Here is that perfect place for your multi-generational family reunion to reconnect and relax with new Jacuzzi tub. Our vacation home can accommodate guests of all ages with a variety of beds from crib to King sized. We have a library of dvd movies, books, games, and puzzles if you just want to hang out at home for that quality family time. Our home has been adapted for guests with physical limitations from a wheelchair ramp in the garage to grab bars, water pik hand held shower, and transfer bench in the bathroom There is even a fenced area for the furry members of your family. (Pets are allowed with a $1,000 refundable deposit or purchase "Damage Protection" $1,000.00 Insurance policy from CSA Travel Insurance. Please follow the link to their website). Long term renters may opt for refundable deposit rather than purchase of CSA damage protection.
Our home has just been renovated with new bamboo floors, carpets, furnishings, and paint. We have a full kitchen with a dining table which seats 6 and another table which can accommodate 4, if you want to fix a meal. If not there are many great restaurants from the Chart House and Fisherman's Restaurant for their fresh fish-n-chips to Perlitas Authentic Mexican Restaurant or the 101 Hawaiian BBQ to all-you can-eat buffets at Elk Valley Casino or Northwoods Restaurant. If you want to visit many of our local attractions we have built a resource library of information about places to go and see such as local tribal cultural exhibits and events to ADA wheelchair accessible attractions such as the Trees of Mystery or Ocean World. Enjoy tribal attractions as the Yurok tribe Salmon festival in August or the year-around End of the Trail Museum at the Trees of Mystery, which is one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts and regalia. Or view wildlife from the herd of 45 Roosevelt elk just around the corner to the return of 60,000 Aleutian geese migration in February - March off Castle Rock or the whales spouting along Pebble Beach Drive in November- December or April-May. And then there are the salmon and steelhead runs in the pristine Klamath and Smith Rivers with numerous fishing guide services ready to help you catch that big one for an unforgettable memory. Take a Klamath River Jet boat tour to behold life in the wild from a colony of seals or flock of pelicans on the beach and then travel upriver to view majestic bald eagles and osprey soaring above then diving down for their meal. While you journey up the Klamath Rive take note of Yurok tribal members fishing today as their ancestors did before them. Make sure you take the time where you can enjoy the beauty of God's cathedral -the Redwood Giants in old growth forests even from the comfort of your vehicle as you drive Newton B. Drury Parkway just South of the town of Klamath or Howland Hill Drive just down the road to Jedidiah Smith State Park. Along Pebble Beach are numerous spots to park and partake of amazing views of sunrises and sunsets with seals barking and two lighthouses in the distance making for amazing photo opportunities to capture the beauty. There are also numerous easy beach access spots if you want to beachcomb for treasures, surf fish, build a sandcastle, fly a kite, or throw a frisbee. Crescent City also has a massive waterfront park, site of old-fashioned 4th of July Celebration, with a public pier and bike trails to a marine mammal rescue sanctuary to a children's playground and public pool. From 9:00- 1:00pm during June to October, the Del Norte County Fairgrounds is home to a local Farmer's Market every Saturday offering an abundance of our local home grown and homemade.