Get Active

Walk, run, ride, fish, swim, play, climb, get wet - there all kinds of ways and places to get active in the Greater Trinidad area……no matter what you choose the scenery will be stunning, the weather will change, the water will be frigid and you will have fun.

Patrick's Point Charters - Come sport fishing with us aboard the fishing vessel Toni Rae II out of Trinidad Bay. We fish for rockfish, dungeness crab and salmon. We love to take families and groups of friends out for a day of fun. We can take a maximum of six people at a time. 707-445-4106

Redwood Creek Buckarettes -The Buckarettes offer guided horseback tours into Redwood National Park. The Redwood Creek horse trail will take you through different ecosystems of the majestic redwood forest and will offer the opportunity for wildlife spotting. 707-499-2943; PO Box 417, 1000 Drydens Rd, Orick, CA 95555

Kayak Trinidad - Whether you’re new to ocean paddling or a salty veteran,  Kayak Trinidad offers a variety of options for all levels of paddler. From beginner friendly lessons and whale & wildlife tours of Trinidad Bay to advanced instruction & coastal exploration. 707-329-0085 

Trinidad Bay Charters - Light Tackle Rockcod Fishing's popularity is rapidly growing among experienced anglers. Newcomers will discover how fun it is as they quickly master the technique. Nothing matches the thrill of hooking, playing and landing a fish on lightweight gear. 707-499-8878

​WindRose Charters – 707-499-0685




Bocce – Yes, we have bocce. You’ll find the playing field in Saunders Park, at the intersection of Patrick’s Point Drive and Janis Court. Bring your own gear or check out a set from Salty’s or the Trinidad Museum.

Tennis – One of Trinidad’s charms is the tennis court right beside town hall. Call the city at 707-677-0223 for information and access to Lin Court.


Trinidad Head – The trail that loops around this iconic outcropping offers stunning views of town and coastline, and many benches along the way for wave- and whale-watching. The trail is relatively short, but it does have some elevation gain; allow about an hour to make the loop and explore its spurs. If you visit in winter, you might catch a glimpse of the Pewetole Island blowhole. Traveling counterclockwise from where the trial splits, the first set of benches are a great place to try to watch for it.

Trinidad Lighthouse – The red-roofed beauty that has come to symbolize Trinidad is a replica of the original lighthouse, which is still functioning on Trinidad Head as an updated, automated aid to navigation. It is open to the public on selected days, including Trinidad’s big Fish Fest celebration in June. Dating from the late 1800s, the lighthouse is currently managed by the Bureau of Land Management, working in cooperation with the town of Trinidad, the Trinidad Rancheria and the Yurok Tribe. The Lighthouse is open for special events and educational field trips. You can call Leisyka Parrott at (707) 825-2313 to make your special event or field trip request. Learn more on the BLM website.

Kayak Zaks
- go paddling! Kayaking is the perfect outdoor activity. Every rental and guided tour comes with a mini-lesson, plus all rentals and tours are appropriate for beginners! You’ll find stand up paddle board here, too. Bring the whole family. 707-498-1130.


Salty's Supply Co. - Fishing & surfing gear sales and rentals! Salty's has something for all you ocean lovers out there. New and used wetsuits and surfboards, fishing and crabbing supplies, clothing, coffee and so much more! Open 7 days a week. 707-677-0300.

Fishing – Find the latest on what’s running in our rivers and streams, where and when to go clamming, and much more.


Hiking – The greater Trinidad area is rich with park trials, informal trails and scenic road walks. Find some of our favorites here, with links to more.