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McKinleyville Shopping Center

The McKinleyville Shopping Center
The McKinleyville Shopping Center

City Center Road Central Avenue
McKinleyville, CA 95519

A variety of retail shops and restaurants. The world’s largest totem pole is still a hallmark of the shopping center and the town.  The Food Mart Grocery was the first store to open its doors at the shopping center in 1956, followed soon after by Ron’s Villa Pharmacy and sever others.

McKinleyville Six Rivers Brewery

Six Rivers Brewery
Six Rivers Brewery

1300 Central Ave
Mckinleyville, CA 95519

Come enjoy our Award-Winning Brews and delicious food prepared with fresh, local ingredients. With free live music nightly and a full bar, it’s always a party! Six Rivers Brewery is “The Brew with a View.” Not only does Six Rivers Brewery offer great beer & food, it boasts one of the best views on the North Coast. Stop in and see for yourself. Get your fill with our Smoked Out BBQ special featuring smoked brisket, chicken, ribs and pork served up with a loaded baked potato, fresh coleslaw and cornbread. Six Rivers Brewery serves up the hottest wings in town and gourmet pizzas. 1300 Central Ave. McKinleyville, Ca.95519. 707-839-7580.

McKinleyville Carmela’s Mexican Restaurant

Carmela's Mexican Restaurant, McKinleyville
Carmela’s Mexican Restaurant, McKinleyville

1701 Central Ave.
Mckinleyville, CA 95519

At Carmela’s Mexican Restaurant, they offer real, homemade Mexican cuisine that can’t be found in most Mexican restaurants. Their authentic Mexican food is unique because they offer traditional favorites from different regions in Mexico, which gives them a chance to mix up their menu. Visit their locations in McKinleyville or in Arcata to see their complete menu today. Their restaurant have a cozy, family-friendly atmosphere and a friendly staff that is always happy to help you navigate the menu. They also offer live music on Fridays and great food and drink specials every day of the week.1 701 Central Ave. McKinleyville, Ca.95519. 707-839-2435.

McKinleyville Holiday Inn Express

Holiday Inn Express
Holiday Inn Express

3107 Concorde Drive
Mckinleyville, CA 95519

A hotel with modern conveniences, just minutes from the misty ancient redwood groves and the rugged Pacific coastline. A midsize, 100% non-smoking facility featuring mission-style architecture and a country setting reflecting the natural beauty of the Northern California Coast. Hotel guests enjoy numerous free amenities, like a hot breakfast each morning, 2 floors, 84 rooms, elevator, heated indoor swimming pool, fitness center, free Internet access, free parking. NOTE: Not pet-friendly – no pets allowed.

McKinleyville Beau Pre Golf Club

Beau Pre Golf Club
Beau Pre Golf Club

1777 Norton Raod
Mckinleyville, CA 95519

The Pacific coastline provides a spectacular landscape for this challenging 18 hold championship golf course. Beau Pre Golf Club is located in Northern California’s beautiful Humboldt County. Redwood National Park and Six Rivers National Forest neighbor the towns of McKinleyville, Blue Lake, Ferndale, Fortuna, Eureka, Arcata and Trinidad, which are all a short drive from McKinleyville. The Pacific coastline provides a spectacular landscape for this challenging 18 hole championship golf course.

Klamath Motel Trees

Motel Trees
Motel Trees

15495 US Hwy 101 N.
Klamath, CA 95548

Directly across Highway 101 from the Trees of Mystery. This motel is AAA rated and very cozy in each theme room. Clean and comfortable and when you look out your window you’ll see Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox towering over The Trees of Mystery. A fun place to stay for the young and young at heart of all ages. Close to ocean Beaches (within 1 mile of fishing, beach-combing, picnicking) and The Klamath River (more fishing, boating, rafting, sight-seeing, etc), smack in the middle of the Redwood State and National Parks.

Klamath Trees of Mystery

Trees of Mystery, Klamath

Trees of Mystery, Klamath

15500 U.S. 101 N
Klamath , CA 95548


Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

McKinleyville Totem Pole

See the Worlds Largest Totem Pole
See the Worlds Largest Totem Pole

http://www.beachcalifornia.com/mckinnleyville-totem-pole.htmlWhat’s 160 feet high, and carved from a 500 year old tree weighing 57,000 pounds?  It’s the worlds largest totem pole – built out of the largest tree ever hauled across a California highway. The totem pole was carved to commemorate the grand opening of the Mckinleyville Shopping Center. Designed in 1962 by Ernest Pierson of Pierson’s Building Center in Eureka, he and a friend carved the monster tree in the parking lot of the center.It is located in the parking lot to the left and slightly behind Safeway on Central Avenue not far from the Arcata-Eureka Airport (in McKinleyville).