Explore Our Manufactured Home Communities In Eureka, California
Eureka, California, is an eclectic and picturesque city known for its coastal beauty and historic charm. Residents can explore the Old Town district with its Victorian architecture, visit the captivating Sequoia Park Zoo, and enjoy breathtaking views from Humboldt Bay. With a strong sense of community, outdoor adventures, and cultural offerings, Eureka provides a distinctive living experience on the beautiful Northern California coast.
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Lazy J Ranch
Enjoy coastal California living in this charming senior community with its immaculate grounds, dog park, and community garden. Marvel at the towering redwoods that surround this peaceful rural community or enjoy a quick trip into town for coffee and shopping.View Community about Lazy J Ranch
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Discover the pleasures of homeownership in this age-qualified manufactured home community tucked on the California coast. Enjoy the vibrant social scene in this active community with its fully equipped clubhouse. Or go on an adventure to nearby beaches and redwood forests.View Community about Ocean West
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Eureka?
Situated at the heart of Northern California’s Redwood Coast, Eureka is more than just stunning natural beauty. The best things to see and do in Eureka are:
- Sequoia Park Zoo (featuring Redwood Skywalk)
- Morris Graves Museum of Art
- Carson Mansion
- Madaket Square Eureka
- Clarke Historical Museum
- The Eureka Mall
- Redwood Discovery Museum
- Humboldt Bay
- Land of Lovely
- What are the best places to eat in Eureka?
No matter what kind of cuisine you’re craving, Eureka has something perfect for every palate. From fresh seafood to Asian and Latin fare to classic American dishes, Eureka’s food scene is as eclectic as it is delectable. In the mood for Italian? Check out Brick & Fire for a pizza pie you’ll never forget. Looking for great food and even better fellowship? Stop in for a pint at Gallagher’s Irish Pub & Restaurant.
- What is Eureka best known for?
Ask any resident and they’ll tell you that Eureka has a whole lot going for it. The city is rich in art museums, nature preserves, fine dining, and excellent shopping. But if there’s one thing that truly defines Eureka, it’s the city’s extraordinary landscape. The storied redwood forests of Eureka are home to some of the tallest and oldest trees in the world. Plus, Eureka’s rugged coastlines are the stuff of magic and wonderment.
- How is the weather in Eureka?
The weather in Eureka may not quite be what you would expect of the storied California coast. Located at the northern end of the state, Eureka’s summers are generally cool and sunny, due to its oceanic climate. Winters, on the other hand, can be rainy but are also often quite mild. Summer temperatures may reach the high 80s (°F) but rarely exceed this. Winter temperatures typically remain above freezing and snow is quite uncommon.
- Does Eureka have public transportation?
Yes, getting around Eureka is easy, thanks to its robust public transportation system, which is jointly administered by Humboldt County and the cities of Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, Rio Dell, and Trinidad. The Humboldt Transit Authority (HTA) operates multiple bus routes inside the Eureka city limits, as well as providing service to surrounding communities within the HTA jurisdiction.