Humboldt County is a wild and beautiful area, but is geographically remote and can be a difficult place to get to.

The most straightforward plan would be to book flights directly into California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV).  This is a charming little airport with fantastic small town service that unfortunately is also known for delays and cancellations due to weather and airport issues if you connect in San Francisco. There are now flights available that connect through LAX and Denver that offer a higher degree of predictability.   It would be prudent to try to fly in a day early, if using ACV, to avoid possibly missing a day of the show.

Other flight options include flying into either: San Francisco (SFO) , Santa Rosa (STS), Sacramento(SMF), or Medford(MFR) airports and then renting a car for the scenic drive to Eureka. There are slight advantages and disadvantages to each choice , but all are between 4-6 hours drive. The cheapest and most straight forward would arguably be Sacramento, but the drive from either San Francisco or Medford are spectacularly beautiful and time well spent. 

We have secured a blocks of rooms with Best Western Plus, Humboldt Bay Inn. You'll have to call the hotel for the discount and mention you are part of Humboldt Marble Weekend. It is centrally located and within walking distance of bars, restaurants, and the Bay Front area. There are other places to stay, but we don't recommend you book one without checking with us first.

Best Western Plus, Humboldt Bay Inn: Offering rooms for $95.99 a night all week! ... This is a great location and nice hotel that is within easy walking distance of Old Town and The Glass Garage (who will be hosting after parties and events). They have a free dinner limo (!) and great spaces within the hotel to chill. To get this price you need to call them directly and mention Humboldt Marble Weekend when booking.   707-443-2234

Below are some links to help you plan your stay while in Humboldt County. All eating and drinking establishments listed below are within walking distance from our recommended places to stay. For information on hiking and other interesting things to do while you are in the area, check out the visitor's bureau website.


Lost Coast Brewery

Cafe Nooner (the old town location)

Sixth and E Neighborhood Eatery

Ramones Bakery

Old Town Coffee and Chocolates

Humboldt Bay Provisions

Café Waterfront

Oberon Grill

Humboldt Bay Bistro


Siren's Song

Humboldt Cider Company

Pearl Lounge


The Shanty

The Wine Spot

The Speakeasy