Why should you visit the Redwood Coast?

  • "Top 10 sustainable tourism destinations" (National Geographic Traveler)
  • "America's most scenic rural county." (USDA)
  • "One of the 10 best places to live in America." (Outside Magazine)
  • "Top 7 places to buy land in paradise." (Men's Journal)
The Redwood Coast is the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in the continental United States. That is one reason why people refer to our area as the Lost Coast. With our Redwood trees (tallest in the world), ocean, beaches, trails, six different rivers and lagoons, we offer world class paddling, birding, fishing, diving, hiking, hunting, cycling, and disc golf. Start your adventure now with Pacific Outfitters Adventures.
 
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Angie Koopman (City of Arcata) - "Today was amazing! The kids had so much fun. We cannot thank you and the awesome guides enough. Today will be remembered by many as one of the best days ever!" - Custom Kayaking Adventure at Big Lagoon
 
Kathy Bella (San Francisco) - "We are just back in San Francisco and I wanted to thank you and Eric for a wonderful trip yesterday. Eric was a fantastic guide and we really enjoyed kayaking with him and learning about the area. He was very patient and kind and went way above and beyond when he delivered some rockfish to us at The Lost Whale Inn after our fishing trip proved less fruitful than we'd hoped. Thank you both for making our trip to redwood country so memorable and please thank Eric for all that he did."

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