The Trinidad California Tourism & Lodging Association invites you to "stay in Trinidad !"
Exploring our little seaside city won't take long - it only covers about a square mile. The City of Trinidad, California is perched on Trinidad Bay Bluff, cradled by a forest of trees to the north and east with the Pacific Ocean crashing along its western beaches. South, redwoods grow in little groves that reach down to Trinidad Bay.
Bay views are fascinating. The unique offshore rocks are part of the California Coastal National Monument and provide homes for seals, seabirds, starfish, and many other fascinating marine life. The Trinidad Bay Memorial Park with Its replica Memorial Lighthouse is a great place to take in this special Bay view. Hike around Trinidad Head for more scenic panoramas and to visit our other lighthouse. Open the first Saturday of the month, and during the Annual Fish Festival in June, the Trinidad Head Light Station is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Trinidad Head forms a special natural backdrop to Trinidad Harbor with bobbing crab and fishing boats, kayakers, boat launch, a public pier and the Seascape Restaurant. From Trinidad Head, north towards Elk Head, you'll find one of the most beautiful beaches in the world - Trinidad State Beach. Pewetole Island with its surprising blowholes sits between State Beach and College Cove. Fun hiking trails link these spectacularly scenic landscapes.