Virtual Guidebook to the Northern California Coast and Coast Ranges
South Humboldt Bay
south of Eureka California

The southern reaches of Humboldt Bay are shallow, exposing vast mudflats at low tide, ideal for a variety of wildlife. Most of it is now state-owned tidelands or protected in Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge.


A trail follows the levee along Hookton Slough at the south end of Humboldt Bay

(June 15, 2002)

Next Locality: Table Bluff and South Spit