Houda Point Public Access Improvements coming soon!
Access to Houda Point/Camel Rock will be limited starting the week of February 7th, 2022 for approximately 1 month
With funding from local donations and the California State Coastal Conservancy, the TCLT is working with Adam Commercial and General Contracting for the construction of visitor access improvements including ADA accessible parking, pathways, kiosk, picnic tables, and benches.
We will be working closely with our contractor to ensure that the beach trails remain open whenever possible, but stay posted for updates on our News and Events webpage.
Beach goers: please consider visiting other beaches, carpooling, or parking at Moonstone Beach or Luffenholtz in order to give our contractors space to work.
This project has been years in the making and we are very excited to be able to expand access to this incredible ocean vista to those with limited mobility.
Houda Point is a paradise for surfers, beach goers, birders and painters alike. Can you see the two humps on Camel Rock? Surfers flock here during low tide swells, but the rock is also home to the largest breeding colony of Leach’s petrel on the north coast. Other birds that breed here include the pigeon guillemot, western gull, pelagic cormorant, and the black oyster catcher. This park offers plenty of parking, a flat grassy area on the bluff, and three maintained trails around the bluff and down to the beach. This property is owned and maintained by Trinidad Coastal Land Trust.
PLEASE HELP US IN OUR EFFORTS
If this is one of your favorite places in Humboldt County, you can help us to maintain and improve properties along Trinidad's Scenic Drive coast by donating to our Land Stewardship Fund. Click here to learn more.