Explore the California North Coast and stay at Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals.

Lighthouse pier view
TRINIDAD, CA : California Coastal 
National Monument  Gateway.

Northern California is a vast and incredibly diverse region for those who come to play and be awed in many different ways. Its natural and cultural attractions include the majestic redwoods, misty and craggy coastlines, inspiring mountains of granite and volcanic origins, crystal blue lakes, pastoral valleys where wine grapes and wine tasters thrive, recreational rivers and the city by the bay .

North Coast, Camel Rock
Moonstone Beach and Camel Rock, a popular
local surf spot.

One of Northern California’s most noteworthy vacation destinations is the coast redwood, the tallest species on earth, commonly arriving at 200 to 240 feet in stature and regularly higher. Humboldt State Park secures the state’s biggest stand of virgin coast redwoods. The recreation center’s great fascination is the Avenue of the Giants. Running parallel to California Highway 101, this street gives 31 miles of neck-stretching out perspectives. For trail maps, including to the National Wild and Scenic Eel River, stop at the recreation center’s guest fixate on Avenue of the Giants. Turn off at Myers Flat and pay the ostensible expense to voyage through the Shrine Drive-Thru Tree. Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, likewise somewhat inland, sits on the banks of the free-running Smith River.

North Coast redwoods
Redwood National Park is just minutes from
Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals.


Notable Coast

North Coast, Agate Beach at Patrick's Point State Park
Agate Beach, located  in the 640 acre Patrick’s 
Point State Park is across the street from
Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals.


More redwoods anticipate in foggy Del Norte Coast and Prairie Creek State Parks on the Redwood Coast in the middle of Mendocino and the California-Oregon outskirt. The prize for exploring this greatly wandering aimlessly segment of Highway 101 comes when the morning summer mist breaks on this wild drift. At that point you have an agreeable and amazing perspective of the rugged, tree-secured focuses, waves blasting on rocks that ascent from the undersea mountain range, driftwood enriched shorelines, untamed life in abundance – from ocean lions and relocating whales to elk and migrating  birds – and the redwoods.

Tide pools and waves crashing at Patrick's Point State Park
Tide Pools and crashing waves at Patrick’s Point State Park.


Celebrated Lakes


Green Northern California has more than 200 lakes. Lake Tahoe in the High Sierra’s with its 300 days of daylight, is more than only one of the world’s most gone to ski resorts. Come summer, all way of watercraft seem, including glass-base pontoons from which guests look into the gem blue of North America’s biggest high lake. Hot-air inflatable rides give bird’s-eye sees. Nevada’s side of Lake Tahoe entices photographic artists to the National Natural Landmark of Emerald Bay, and allures with its clubhouse. California’s biggest supply, Shasta Lake, draws in house-boaters and gives perspectives of 14,162-foot Mount Shasta, a dynamic yet not emitting well of lava. Visits to Lake Shasta Caverns start on the McCloud arm of the sprawling lake.


City by the Bay


A visit to Northern California would not be finished without spending no less than a day in San Francisco. Drive the 1.7 mile-Golden Gate Bridge that compasses the straight where vivid sailboats sway cheerfully and visit vessels voyage to the previous jail, Alcatraz Island. Get a ride on a link auto. Drive the eight clasp turns on one of the city’s steepest lanes, Lombard Street. Take in the sea air at the Fisherman’s Wharf of John Steinbeck’s stories, chomping on sellers’ fish, seeing ocean lions and shopping at Pier 39. Scrutinize Chinatown, saturated with San Francisco’s rich Chinese society. Experience the California Academy of Sciences, an one-stop aquarium, planetarium and characteristic history gallery with a four-story downpour backwoods.


Welcoming Vineyards

Humboldt County has world class vinyards too!


Northern California’s Wine Country locale, from the coast to its capitals of Napa Valley and Sonoma, has a huge number of yearly guests, for the most part in summer. Spring is perfect here as well and less gone to. Sightseers come not to simply test a portion of the world’s best wines, additionally for the encounters that happen where complexity and field appeal live as one. Extravagant spas, beautiful train visits, bike rides on oak tree-shaded nation paths and picnics for two readied by popular gourmet experts are among the delights appreciated in the midst of the delicately moving slopes of Wine Country.

About Golden Eagle

My name is Marke H. Matthews I'm a 58 year old man that is ambitious, committed to personal growth, acquiring new skills and vested in the Health and Wellness industry. I enjoy being the concierge for the travelers that visit GOLDEN EAGLE VACATION RENTALS. At the inception of our third season of operations, G.E.V.R. is attracting travelers from across the U.S.A, Canada and Europe. My Mother and I created this gem of a family business from a raw piece of land in seven years. Now, I'm learning a new skill set to optimize the potential of this new business. I also enjoy gardening and creating a formal environment from a raw piece of nature. The water-feature at Golden Eagle Vacation Rentals is spectacular. There are three tributaries that flow over gold/silver quartzite slabs into a pond that is bordered by a bog on the east side. The center waterfall cascades down inlaid fluted rocks, mined from the Trinity River in California at a rate of15,000 gal/hr. The east and west channels recycle 7,500 gal/hr each through the ecosystem. Exotic flora abounds and wildlife.  The night lighting, the coy fish introduced to the pond, and an adjacent hot tub/spa are the finishing touches remaining to be accomplished. I've been a 'team player' from childhood, participating on several organized sports teams. I enjoy building, coaching and working with teams in business and athletics. After I graduated from Humboldt State University in 1980 with a B.A. in Geology, I chose a career in reforestation practices. November 1980 - October 1988 (8 years)Humboldt County, California I labored for several subcontractors, who bid on Simpson Timber Co. contracts. The 'planting season' occurs during the rainy months, November-April. I planted over 500,000 one and two year old Douglas fir and Redwood trees during my career. Extremely physical and demanding ‘piece’ work, the satisfaction of viewing 25-30 year old stands of ‘super trees’ now fills me with gratitude for the opportunity to trek across those slopes. Pre-commercial tree thinning occurs during the dry season, May-September. It is also a physically demanding effort, requiring at least 6 continual hours operating a chain saw,...pushing through brush and thick stands of 'dog hair'. I entered the logging industry and was employed by smaller family owned ‘gypos.’ Initially I set chokers on down logs, worked as a ‘landing man’, bumping knots and bucking sections. Eventually, I became an operator of a D6 CAT, John Deere excavator and heil boom with graple to burn massive brush piles. I've been successful in my other business ventures. Since I've discovered how to create residual income, I pursue it with purpose and passion every day. I can accelerate the growth of your business by teaching the necessary internet marketing tools to create a huge list of ready to purchase followers, connecting with those people using automated emails, videos and broadcast webinars.
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