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The weather in Crescent City
The above is a climate diagram for Crescent City. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 41° in January. March is the wettest month.
Relax amid the California redwoods from a Crescent City vacation home
Whether you plan to visit cultural landmarks and centuries-old forests, or pass the day in a cafe, you will find all the best attractions in Crescent City easily accessible from your vacation rental. For those who prefer a natural setting, cabin rentals are a popular choice.
Casual dining out
For the best morning cup of coffee around, head to Java Hut. This comfortable espresso bar has a variety of indoor and outdoor seating, tasty baked goods, and free wireless internet. Or, drive through and enjoy hot drinks back at your cabin.
The Crescent City Crab Shack is a local favorite for lunch with a view. Freshly boiled crab is their best seller, but make sure to ask about the catch-of-the-day. After dark, enjoy a craft beer and outstanding pub fare at SeaQuake Brewing. Try the fried cheese curds for a sinful snack.
For a glimpse into the town's maritime history, head to the Battery Point Lighthouse. Volunteer-led tours are only available during low tide, so be sure to time your visit accordingly. The lighthouse can also be seen from several vantage points on the coast.
Opened in 1963, Ocean World is a privately owned aquarium, and part of Crescent City history. The facility can be visited by guided tour, and features touch tanks, tidal pools, a variety of local species, and a chance to pet a shark.
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Choose from a variety of trails, suited to all experience levels. Stout Grove is the most popular attraction within the park and a must for photographers.
Less intrepid guests can enjoy the beauty of the redwoods from the comfort of a car on Howland Hill Road. This scenic route passes through old growth forests with plenty of opportunities to pull over and enjoy the view. Morning visits are especially magical.
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