Virtual Guidebook to the Redwood National and State Parks
Humboldt Lagoons
Humboldt Lagoons State Park California


Humboldt Lagoons State Park continues the unbroken stretch of coastal parklands that runs for almost fifty miles from Crescent City to Trinidad. North to south they are: Freshwater Lagoon, Stone Lagoon, Dry Lagoon, and Big Lagoon. The flats inland from Stone Lagoon host a large herd of Roosevelt elk.



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The beach that separates Stone Lagoon from the ocean

(June 16, 2002)


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One room Stone Lagoon Schoolhouse and two campgrounds

(June 27, 2010)


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Summer fog on the north shore of Big Lagoon

(June 25, 2010)


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Shoreline vegetation and a thin strip of forest along Highway 101 at Bg Lagoon comprise the Harry A. Merlo State Recreation Area

(June 25, 2010)


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Heavy winter surf on the beach at Big Lagoon

(January 18, 2008)


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Morning mist and low tide at Big Lagoon

(January 18, 2008)


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Mudflats at the south end of Big Lagoon

(January 18, 2008)


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