TRINIDAD VILLAGE BEACHES:
Trinidad State Beach
is probably the most frequently visited beach in Trinidad village. On the Pacific Ocean at the foot of Edwards Street, you'll find the Trinidad Pier with a boat launching facility, the Seascape restaurant, public restrooms, ample parking, and the trail up and around Trinidad Head begins here. Trinidad Beach, is a kid friendly beach
just right of the parking area, running north for a half mile below the village bluffs. A small creek crosses the beach at the northern end.
Named by the Yurok Indians, Old Home Beach
lies due south of Trinidad village just below the bluffs. The Axel Lindgren trail to the beach begins just below Memorial Lighthouse
at the juncture of Trinity and Edwards streets. The ancient Yurok Village of Tsurai
lies in the forest cover to the left of the trail as you head down toward the beach. The area is considered sacred by the Yurok and should be treated as such by visitors who are advised to stay on the trail and restrict their exploration to the beach. Somewhat isolated and a little challenging
the trail has over two hundred steps down to the beach, but most visitors consider it well worth the effort.