Great Cats World Park
(Cave Junction, OR) - See shows with white tigers, leopards, and other
great cats such as Predators in Action, Multi-Species Cat Show, Small
Feline Demonstrations, and more in this animal park.
Oregon Caves National
Monument (xx miles East of Cave Junction, OR) - Head down Highway 46
to see these Marble Caverns. Guided tours daily.
Ocean World (Crescent
City, CA) - Small aquarium featuring guided tours of a tidepool
petting zoo, a few tanks hosting a number of small sharks, bat rays,
sturgeon, dungeness crab, ling cod, and other local fish, and a sea
lion show. Open all year. www.oceanworldonline.com
Lighthouse (Crescent City, CA) - A real operative lighthouse, first
lit in 1856. You can hear it all night long too, if you stay
here. There's a small museum with information on the 1964
tsunami and the wreckage of the SS Brother Jonathan. Open April
Trees of Mystery (3
miles North of Klamath, CA) - Ride a gondola up through the redwoods
and have panoramic views of the forest and ocean beyond. Also a
trail that includes narrated tales of some of the trees here, featured
on Ripley's Believe it or Not, such as the Octopus Tree, the Upside
Down Tree, and the Cathedral. Marked by a giant statue of
Paul Bunyan and Babe his Blue Ox. Open all year.
Klamath River Jet
Boats (Klamath, CA) - Enjoy up close views of local wildlife, a guided
historical and environmental tour and the exhiliaration of jet boating
all at the same time. www.jetboattours.com
(Klamath, CA) - This 725 year old tree was cut out so you can
drive through it in 1969. There are emus across the field from
the tree - something a little different.
Lucky 7 Casino
(Crescent City, CA) - Blackjack, bingo, slot machines, video poker,
and a restaurant on site highlight this casino.
Skunk Train (Willitt,
CA) - One of the finest scenic railways in the country.
Cher Ae Heights Casino
Humboldt Bay Harbor
Cruise (Eureka, CA) - The oldest operating passenger boat in the USA
has been cruising the bay since 1910.
Old Town Eureka
(Eureka, CA) - A nicely restored area from the Gold Rush days - now it
houses a variety of restaurants and shops.