Car Hire Eureka Airport

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Eureka Arcata Airport

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Mon-Fri 8:00AM-12:30AM
Sat-Sun 9:00AM-5:30PM
3561 Boeing Avenue, 95519

Telephone: (707) 839-2172

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Hertz Car Hire at Eureka Airport

It's just a small regional airport in northern California but Eureka Arcata serves a busy patch of towns along this coast. To the south are McKinleyville, Arcata and Eureka, to the north, Clam Beach and Westhaven-Moonstone. Eureka Arcata hosts domestic flights and is the base for the local coast guards. The two-runway airfield is separated from the Pacific shoreline and beaches by the north-south coast road, Route 101. If you hire a car from Eureka Arcata Airport, you can take in the wooded mountains famous as the home of America's giant redwood trees and sight see at the Lost Coast Trail.

Visitors hiring a car from Eureka Airport can explore the towns, coast and mountains of northern California. From the whales offshore to the redwood forests, it's a region of great natural beauty. The former logging and gold rush city of Eureka has one of the US's most intact 19th-century town centres, Clam Beach has one of America's biggest undeveloped sandy beaches and Arcata is an entertainingly liberal, bohemian green-thinking community. Best of all, look out for the region's three state parks. Here you'll find the world's tallest living things – the redwood trees - growing to over 350ft in height.