BIRD & NATURE FESTIVAL
Numerous motels, B&B's, vacation rental houses and other specialty lodgings are described with links below. The four motels (listed first) are generous sponsors of our festival, so please let them know we sent you! These recommendations are all only 3-5 minutes by car from the Festival headquarters at the Crescent City Cultural Center, 1001 Front Street, Crescent City (unless otherwise noted). Additional lodging and camping places may be found on the
Crescent City-Del Norte County Chamber of Commerce website.
Motels ~ B&Bs ~ Vacation Rentals ~ Outlying Accommodations
- Best Western Northwoods Inn
The more secluded, extra quiet executive suites in the back might also be of interest. Very updated, full service facility with nice restaurant.
1-800-557-3396 or 707 464-9771
- Anchor Beach Motel
On the ocean side, has nice views of the beach, and easy walking distance to restaurants and harbor sights. Brand new building.
- Curly Redwood Lodge
Built entirely from one old growth redwood tree.
- Crescent City Super 8
Located at the south end of Crescent City on Redwood Highway 101 across from Crescent City Harbor. Your home for exploring Northern Californias coast and redwoods.
- Anna Wulf House
Anna Wulf House B&B in Crescent City California 95531 is a wonderful Bed and Breakfast to visit. Located on the Northern California Coast surrounded by Redwood forests and the Pacific Ocean near The Smith River National Park system and with Hiking, Fishing, Boating and much more are all available here.
707-951-0683 • 707-954-0420
- Casa Rubio
Conveniently located between the charming oceanfront towns of Crescent City, California and Brookings, Oregon and Just 15 minutes from the Redwood Forest. (30 minute drive north of Crescent City)
- Castle Island Inn
A charming B&B one block off Pebble Beach Drive and from the ocean. Linda has only one room, so she will take extra good care of you.
- Lighthouse Cove B&B
Ocean views are stunning.
707-465-6565 or email@example.com
- Coastal River Farm House
10% Discount for Goose Festival Particioants
7500 Bailey Road, Crescent City
Vacation Rental Houses
- Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals
Some choices on beachfrontor water.
- Battery Point Beach House
Sunset Magazine rated Battery Point the number one lighthouse beach (The West's 40 Best Beaches, July 1997). Enjoy a short walk down the beach and on out to the lighthouse (at low tide) to take in sensational vistas and museum (in season).
- The Beach House "Coastal Cove"
Nestled beneath a giant Cypress Tree, our Cottage reveals breathtaking views of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Views from several rooms of the home reveal sandpipers darting in and out of the waves, sea lions basking in the sun and agate gatherers strolling our wondrous coastline as crisp blue-green waves pound the shore...
- "A on 8th"
Vacation rental house about two blocks from beach access. This website also has links to some of the other vacation rental websites listed here.
- Lighthouse View Vacation Rental
View of Ocean and Lighthouse at 162 W 3rd St., Crescent City.
Up to 6 guests. $150/night (2 day minimum) $900/wk.
- Prince Island House
Birders' Paradise! BEACHFRONT home opposite Prince Island (bird sanctuary), two blocks to Smith River estuary. Private one-acre property. 2 fireplaces, indoor jacuzzi, king bed, full kitchen. 20 minutes from Crescent City. Max 2 Guests, No Smoking Indoors.
- Seaside Cottage
Your intimate, charming cottage within view of the ocean and just a block from the shore awaits your leisure.
- Historic Requa Inn
Since 1914, located on the bluffs above the mouth of the Klamath River and in Redwood National Park. Small & charming inn. 20-30 minute drive south of Crescent City.
- Middlefork Ranch
Vacation lodging on the legendary Smith River and in the Smith River National Recreation Area. 30 minute drive from Crescent City.
Stay where the mighty Klamath River meets the Pacific Ocean. Located 30 minutes south of Crescent City, Klamath, on the ancestral land and present home of California's largest Native American Tribe, the Yuroks, offers two motels, a B&B, a larger country inn, vacation cabins in the redwoods, numerous RV parks, and a few restaurants. Enjoy your 30 minute drive north to Crescent City and the Festival along the Pacific Ocean through awesome redwoods.