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Sounds of the Sea RV Park
3443 Patrick's Point Drive, Trinidad California
Join us at Sounds of the Sea, for your Northern California Redwoods coastline adventures! Guests are welcomed by the sounds of barking sea lions, chirping birds and relaxing ocean vistas at this 13 acre park, located 300ft above the Pacific Ocean.
with loved ones, go on adventures throughout the redwoods, explore the picturesque local beaches, enjoy a bountiful fishing trip, or go out to taste the local cuisine. Whichever type of vacation you seek, make this your home base for exploring the treasures that Trinidad, California has to offer.
Welcome to SOUNDS OF THE SEA
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Located as a gateway to explore our Redwoods and Ocean
Historical Trinidad California
Beautiful, Impressive, Relaxing
Before 1700 AD, Tsurai, a village established by Yurok was found on the bluffs that overlooked Trinidad Bay. There was a formal act of posession carried out in 1775 by members from the Spanish Navy, where the area was named "La Santisima Trinidad." In 1850, the town was founded and renamed Warnersville to honor one of the first settlers, R.V. Warner. In 1870, Trinidad was incorporated as a city in California.
During an expedition up the northwest coast on June 11, 1775, Bruno de Hezeta marched with fellow men and two Franciscan fathers from Trinidad Bay to the summit of Trinidad Head. They erected a cross and took possession of the land in the name of Charles III of Spain.
The Trinidad Lighthouse was built in 1871 and is only 20 ft tall. Due to the geography of the area and location of the lighthouse, it is 196 feet above sea level.
The historic bellhouse is today's current location of the fog signal. A 4,000 pound bell was used to signal sailors in heavy fog, and currently sits next to the building as a memorial. In 1947, the bell was replaced with an air horn, and two years later the Trinidad Civic Club reinstalled the original lens as a memorial for those lost and buried at sea.