Drive by it constantly, just not much too see. On a beautiful bluff in Eureka, but little to draw me there.
Go while you can! Closing in July. Great place to fly kites and learn about the early history of Humboldt county. They also have a real steam engine!
A small park with a LOT of history! Lots of interesting static displays of logging equipment and railroad equipment with much of it one-of-a-kind pieces you will NEVER see anywhere else! A must-see for logging buffs and for railroad buffs this place is a pilgrimage site.
Ft Humboldt was once the home of U. S. Grant when he finished West Point. Large open areas and places to have a picnic. The logging museum has steam train rides and the fort has reenactors for special events
General Grant was stationed here. Good place for kite flying and has good exhibit depicting how badly the native people were treated here. It also has some interesting old logging equipment and steam train. Stop here as you drive through Eureka. It's right off 101. This park might be on the State Park closure list.
This is a combined logging museum and former US Army fort. The logging museum side was many artifacts from the old logging days in northern California. Many of the steam engines are still in working order and are operated a few times during the summer months. These include 2 locomotives. The fort side has only 2 buildings. Only one of... More
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