Humboldt Lagoons State Park: First Day Hikes
This easy to moderate paddle will explore the waters and shoreline of Stone Lagoon. Visitors can be on the lookout for bald eagles, ospreys and other birds of prey. Roosevelt Elk, deer and river otters are common in this area and there is a good chance of observing these park residents here. Peeks of the Pacific Ocean can be seen throughout the paddle and our halfway stop will be on the sand spit that separates the lagoon from the Pacific Ocean.
- Date and time: January 1, 2022 at 10am
- Where: Visitor Center
- Parking: Visitor Center
- Length of paddle: The paddle will be between two and three miles and last between two and three hours.
- Ages: All ages are welcome. Children need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Preparation: Must have own paddle powered vessel (kayak, canoe, SUP etc.) and lifejacket. Dress in layers and wear waterproof clothing. Bring water and snacks.
- Special instructions: Rain and/or wind events cancels.
- Contact: Keven.Harder@parks.ca.gov