Attraction at Days Inn Eureka CA

Explore Old Town Eureka – the art, shopping and dining destination designated as a National Historic and Cultural Arts District – and browse unique gift shops, book shops, boutiques, museums, antique stores and more, just steps from our hotel.

Tour Carson Mansion, a magnificent masterpiece of Victorian splendor and one of more than 1,000 Victorian homes in Eureka, or if you are adventurous, head to Redwood National Park to marvel at the largest collection of ancient redwood forests in the world. Shop until you drop at nearby Bayshore Regional Mall, or tour the Lost Coast Brewery and sample some of the best microbrews in the U.S, all just minutes from our hotel in Eureka, CA.

Stay with us and experience the best attractions in the Eureka, California area. We’re the right choice of hotels near Historic Old Town Eureka and hotels near HSU Eureka CA. But that’s not all this area has to offer. Experience a Humbolt Bay and Harbor Cruise, which leaves from near our hotel. Clam Beach State Park and Bayshore Regional Mall each have their unique charm as well. And you can’t forget about the town’s new marina and boardwalk. Whether you come to this hotel in Eureka CA on business or pleasure, we hope you take time to enjoy all that the area has to offer.

  • Humboldt State University (HSU)
  • Eureka's new Boardwalk and Marina
  • Old Town, shopping, restaurants, antiques
  • Broadway Cinema Movie Complex
  • Bayshore Regional Mall
  • Carson Mansion, grand Victorian built in the 1880's
  • Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Clam Beach State Park
  • Pacific Lumber Company and Museum
  • Casino
  • Redwood National Park, wildlife, elk, hiking
  • Hiking/biking trails nearby
  • Humboldt Bay and Harbor Cruise
  • Wharfhinger Building, new conference center
  • Clarke Memorial Museum and Old Town Art Gallery
  • Fort Humboldt, U.S. Grant was stationed here
  • Woodley Island Marina, and ocean fishing, charter salmon fishing
  • College of the Redwoods
  • Historic Ferndale
  • Trinidad State Beach, whale watching, beach combing
  • Avenue of the Giants, giant redwoods, state parks, hiking
  • Golfing & Kayaking nearby