Whale Watching

Whale Watching The Inn of the Lost Coast is an amazing place to stay for seasonal whale watchers who are looking for a little luxury, and the perfect location for seeing grey, humped-back and killer whales especially from the balcony of one their deluxe suites. Shelter Cove’s natural resources and generous food supply make this…

Avenue of the Giants

Avenue of the Giants The Avenue of the Giants is surrounded by Humboldt Redwoods State Park, the largest remaining stand of virgin redwoods in the world. Rockefeller Forrest 10,000 acres of trails where you can picnic, camp, hike, swim, fish, raft or bike ride through. Garberville The main hub of activities and commerce in the…

Shelter Cove Airport

Shelter Cove Airport When you fly into Shelter Cove, stay at the Inn of the Lost Coast at the north end of the field.  Pilots can  use the van to drive around the area. The hotel is excellent, the service is great and its right on the water. There is no fuel but Little River…

Golf

Shelter Cove Golf The entire course overlooks the Pacific Ocean and is only a short stroll away from the Inn of the Lost Coast. It’s an easy walking course and the views are spectacular. This is a nine hole links course covering 2,380 yards with a par of 33 for the men and 34 for…

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking Cyclists can ride mountains in the morning, surf with sea lions in the afternoon and be back at The Inn of the Lost Coast to relax and watch the sun set over the Pacific. Paradise Royale is a relatively new 14-mile single-track loop on California’s Lost Coast. Paradise Royale is in the King…