“California's Lost Coast”
Shelter Cove is a census-designated place in Humboldt County, California. It lies at an elevation of 138 feet (42 m). Shelter Cove is on California's Lost Coast where the King Range meets the Pacific Ocean. A 9-hole golf course surrounds the one-runway Shelter Cove Airport at the center of Shelter Cove's commercial district. Utilities are provided by the Humboldt County Resort Improvement District #1 and boating access to the sea is managed by the Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation & Conservation District. The population was 693 at the 2010 census.
If you are looking for a relaxing weekend escape surrounded by picturesque landscapes where actually the King Range meets the Pacific Ocean and you are living close to the North Coast of California, then you should definitely visit the picturesque town of Shelter Cove in Humbolt County, California.
We stayed at a wonderful place called 'The Tides Inn' which is perfectly located since it is only one mile from the Black Sands Beach and half a mile from Shelter Cove beach where you can also find a charming light house. The serenity and the colors of the place will make you realize how important and how valuable is to spend your weekends in such surroundings.
Idyllic scenes of the Pacific Ocean with the sound of the waves hitting the coast, the sea birds are only few of the things that will make you so happy for being there. The staff at 'The Tides Inn' is very friendly and the food there is just great, reminding me of the old days of childhood innocence when i was enjoying my mum's food. This is California's Lost Coast, where you will find your lost inner self!!!!
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