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The Weather in Trinidad
This is the climate diagram in Trinidad. On average, the warmest month is August. However, temperatures can go lower than 39° in Trinidad in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is August.
Ancient beaches await you near your Trinidad vacation home
It was the untouched shoreline of Trinidad, California, that transported viewers of the Jurassic Park films back millions of years, while the scenic Prairie Creek Redwood State Park was a filming location for the movie, Outbreak - discover this cinematic nature for yourself.
Kids will relish meeting the sea creatures housed at the Humbolt Marine Laboratory. Look on as they try the touch tanks, which allow them to encounter this beautiful sea life up close. The knowlegable researchers here additionally offer insightful tours and talks.
Baker Beach is well protected, making it ideal for families with young children, while the sea lions and seals love playing at Luffenholtz Beach almost as much as kids do. Houda Point Beach is favored by surfers, while Moonstone Beach is a great alternative for families in search top amenities.
Hiking and history
Why not hike along Trinidad Head? The promontory rises 362 feet above the waves, unveiling views of Trinidad's coast and surfacing gray whales. Tucked away nearby is Elk Head, where you'll find numerous scenic trails passing spotless beaches.
Indian Beach is the site of an ancient Tsaurai village, near the stately Memorial Lighthouse. Marvel at the ancient rock formation just off the coast at State Beach Park, and don't miss the blowhole on Pewetole Island.
Festivals transform the streets and shores of Trinidad throughout the year. Trinidad Fish Festival, in June, sees the city come alive with music, street fairs, and local food vendors - as may be expected, delicious locally-caught seafood is top of the agenda.
Following close on its heels in July is the Westhaven Blackberry Festival, where the juicy harvest is transformed into an infinite variety of blackberry-themed sweet treats, also inspiring the entertainment. Tastin' Trinidad in September is another lively harvest celebration, promoting the best of local produce and culinary talent.
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