Fortuna, CA, November 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Fortuna Chamber of Commerce announces a new website, www.DiscoverTheRedWoods.com for individuals and families that are making plans to visit the Northern California Redwood Forest.
Fortuna is the ideal place to make your base camp for many reasons. The Redwoods grow from Big Sur to the Oregon border, but only on California's Redwood Coast, not far from Fortuna, these magnificent trees achieve their primeval glory. Here are untouched groves that stagger all the senses. Make the pilgrimage to the Northern California redwoods and discover why these are much more than the world's tallest trees.
The natural wonders of Humboldt County are just minutes away from Fortuna that provides a full range of lodging, dining, shopping and other attractions. Fortuna is the most central city with most amenities, a vibrant arts scene and lots to see and do, especially in the Historic Rohner Park with its own Redwood walking trail. Fortuna makes an ideal home base for your Humboldt County vacation.
North of Fortuna is the Victorian Village of Ferndale, an historic farming community, the college town of Arcata, with unique attractions like the Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary, and excellent visitor amenities Four more towns that are popular with visitors are Trinidad, a picturesque coastal village and part of the California Coastal Monument area, Orick, gateway community to Redwood National Park, and south of Fortuna is Shelter Cove, perched on the remote Lost Coast and the Avenue of the Giants. All have cozy Bed & Breakfasts and plenty of rural tranquility.
Ron Alexander, Tourism & Marketing Committee Chairman says, “Fortuna is known as the friendly city and is the perfect location for visitors to headquarter for their Redwood adventure. We believe that the 100 miles of stunning Northern California coast, in addition to the giant redwoods--the tallest trees in the world—visitors will find outdoor adventures like hiking, kayaking, bird watching, biking and scenic drives for the individual and families.”
For more information on the DiscoverTheRedwoods.com website contact Erin Dunn, Executive Director of the Fortuna Chamber of Commerce (707) 725-3959 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org