Ferndale - Centerville Beach County Park

Centerville Road
Ferndale, California 95536
Southern Humboldt

Centerville Beach County Park is located to the west of Victorian Ferndale.  There are miles of beautiful beach where you can find your own little piece of serenity.  Walk amongst sandstone cliffs, fly a kite, view a variety of birds and if you're lucky, see migrating whales off in the distance.  The area is also ideal for family picnics and other beach activities. 
How to get there:
From Highway 101 (in either direction) take the Ferndale exit.  Cross Fernbridge and drive a few miles until you enter Historic Ferndale.  Drive down Main Street Ferndale and turn right at Ocean Avenue (at the stop sign).  Ocean avenue will turn into Centerville Road and it's approximately 5 miles until you reach the beach.
More info:
There is no camping permitted at Centerville Beach County Park but there are no fees for day-use. Parking is limited.  Dogs and horses are welcome and fires are permitted.
Other things to do in the area:
About a mile past Centerville County Beach is the Fleener Creek Trail which will be on your right and leads hikers down to the ocean.  While in the Ferndale area, be sure to stop by and see the incredible art at Redeye Laboratories and Ferndale Arts
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