Bicoastal Media’s Popular & Populous Areas: Ukiah, Lakeport, Ft. Bragg, Mendocino, Gualala, Crescent City & Eureka
Crescent City – Crescent City is located on the beautiful Northern California coast about 20 miles south of the Oregon border. The area offers an abundance of outdoor recreational activities utilizing the proximity of the Pacific Ocean, the Smith River and Klamath River, Redwood National and State Parks, and the Smith River National Recreation Area
Eureka – Humboldt County is located on the north coast of California approximately 100 miles south of the Oregon border. It’s known as the land of six rivers, as six major rivers flow through the county on their way to the Pacific Ocean. Some of the tallest trees in the world, the Coastal Sequoia Redwoods, are nestled in the surrounding forests. Beaches, trees, rivers and the Pacific Ocean make Humboldt County the outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.
Ukiah/ Lakeport – Lake and Mendocino Counties are nestled between the world famous Napa Valley and the Coastal Redwoods. Just a short two hour drive away from San Francisco and Sacramento. Lake and Mendocino Counties have many natural wonders including Dormant Mt. Konocti, Clear Lake one of the oldest natural lakes in the Northern Hemisphere and breathtaking Pacific shoreline where you will find historic fishing and lumber towns dating back 150 years to Russian and Chinese settlements. Lake and Mendocino Counties are rapidly becoming the “new wine country” in Northern California and offer a unique diversity.