Monday, September 23, 2019

California Coastal National Monument Festival Saturday In Trinidad

Don’t miss the day-long community celebration of the beautiful Trinidad coast and the off-shore rocks that make up the California Coastal National Monument, on Saturday, Sept. 28, at the California Coastal National Monument Festival in the community of Trinidad. There will be a variety of free activities throughout the day.

Starting at 8 a.m., water rescue relays take place on Trinidad State Beach. This event is sponsored by California State Parks and will include surf racing style events common to lifeguard competitions across the state and world, a long swim, run-swim-run, and a board paddle followed by a surf contest. Water rescue relays are open to the public with more information at:

After the contest, participants are invited to help with a beach clean-up to make sure we leave our park cleaner than we found it.

Many festival activities are centered at the harbor including free mini kayak tours with HSU Center Activities, kids fishing off the pier sponsored by the Trinidad Rancheria, historic Trinidad Head Lighthouse tours and living history performance sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and the Trinidad Museum Society, and an informational fair sponsored by the California Coastal National Monument and its community partners.  There will be music by the Tidepool High Divers.

Other activities around town include a celebration of the Trinidad Museum’s 10th anniversary, an art show at the Seascape Restaurant highlighting the winners of Trinidad School’s Seabird art contest, and a Flea Market in Trinidad Town Hall to benefit the Memorial Lighthouse project. The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce is also hosting Tastin’ Trinidad from 4-6 PM in Saunder’s Park—tickets to this event are $25, and proceeds will go to the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust. A map with full schedule details is available on Trinidad Gateway-California Coastal National Monument Facebook page or at or

The California Coastal National Monument Trinidad Gateway is made up of community partners that work together with the Bureau of Land Management to protect and provide for public enjoyment of this unique part of the California coastline. 

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