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The Weather in Eureka
The above is a climate diagram for Eureka. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in December, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 39° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Explore coastal California in a Eureka vacation rental
Eureka's rugged Pacific beaches, redwood forests, and one-of-a-kind flavors make it the perfect destination for the whole family. Choose a spacious family home or a modern apartment in the city as your base for exploring this outstanding vacation destination.
Eureka's rich coastal waters produce world-class seafood, and local delicacies include crab, salmon, and oysters. Restaurant 301 is a perfect place to sample these freshly caught treats in a refined setting. The selection of local raw oysters is large, and changes daily.
For a more casual dining experience, head to Humboldt Bay Provisions. This contemporary eatery serves a variety of specialty oysters dressed to order, as well as tapas-style small plates. Locally produced beer and wine round out the menu.
The Sequoia Park Zoo is a family favorite, and offers activities for children of all ages. Kids can get up close and personal with farm animals in the Contact Corral, watch a red panda feeding, and make their way through interactive displays in the Secrets of the Forest indoor exhibit. Admission is half price on Wednesdays.
The nearby Sequoia Park Forest & Garden is a 67-acre park with walking and cycling trails winding through the redwood forest. Visitors can spot wildlife in the forest, meadows, duck pond and creeks. And the playgrounds and picnic tables are ideal for family outings. Entrance to the park is free.
Forest, wetlands, and sea meet at Humboldt Bay. Visitors can partake in hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, and water sports seasonally in the park, but photography is a main attraction all year long. The park is home to hundreds of species of migratory birds, seals, river otters, bobcats, and deer.
College Cove is a private and protected beach. Those who brave the steep descent to the beach will be rewarded by a lush setting with fascinating tide pools, rock formations, and little waterfalls.
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