Cannabis In
Humboldt County


Huckleberry Hill Farms – Huckleberry Hill is a beautifully landscaped legacy farm created with intention and purpose. As a legacy cannabis cultivator, Johnny has made a beautiful space for sharing essential stories and providing world-class cannabis. Huckleberry Hill is a landmark on the Cannabis Trail and is open for public tours.

Five Sisters Farm – Located at the southern county line, Five Sisters welcomes visitors to experience Humboldt like a local. With licensed cannabis tours, onsite camping, and glamping while overlooking the Eel River.

The Cannabis Trail – Northern California is where the battle for legalized cannabis was waged. It’s an important story of human rights, patient access, and compassion. The Cannabis Trail honors the pioneers, places, and significant historical moments that paved the way for the legal cannabis access we have today. The Cannabis Trail travels from Santa Cruz to Weaverville. Two landmarks currently exist in Humboldt, Huckleberry Hill Farms and the (former) Hemp Connection in Garberville.

The Eel River Valley, an Agricultural Oasis – While driving along the Avenue of the Giants through the Shivley and Holmes areas during the summertime, open your windows and gaze up at the ancient redwoods. You may catch a whiff of Humboldt’s world-renowned cannabis wafting in the air. The region is famous for dry farming a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and now cannabis, without irrigation or fertilizers.


Crisp Cannabis Lounge & Dispensary – The first ganja sports bar in the world, providing the community a safe and enjoyable space to be social around cannabis. Founded by local farmers, Crisp Cannabis Lounge offers the full experience of cannabis consumption, cannabis-infused mocktails and other tasty treats. The Crisp Cannabis Lounge’s website for the menu, daily specials, upcoming events and sports lineups. 2029 Broadway St. Eureka, CA 95501.

High Tide Cannabis Lounge, adjacent to EcoCann Dispensary – An indoor consumption lounge with smoking devices, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. 300 F St, Eureka, CA.

Papa & Barkley Social – An innovative cannabis retail experience featuring a dispensary, day spa (one of the only cannabis spas in the world), food truck restaurant, boutique and outdoor smoking lounge. 4325 Broadway St, Eureka, CA.

Kiskanu – Enjoy a personalized, boutique cannabis experience. Featuring a wide variety of locally-owned brands, sun-grown cannabis flowers from Humboldt and beyond, and Kiskanu’s line of beauty and sexual wellness products. 2200 4th St, Eureka, CA.

MOCA Humboldt – Offers a variety of local brands, along with hand-crafted batches of California State Fair award-winning in-house creations, including MOCA Flowers (premium indoor), Basic Bubble (cold-water hash), and Mz. Frizzle’s infused gummies. 204 4th St, Eureka, CA.

Herb & Market – An experiential cannabis marketplace that highlights local farmers, product makers and artisans with thoughtfully curated products chosen with its customer’s health and wellness in mind. Herb & Market wants your shopping experience to be enjoyable and empowering.427 H St, Arcata, CA.

Humboldt Cannabis Tours – Licensed, informative and cush cannabis experiences. The company prides itself on providing educational, professional and personalized Emerald Triangle cannabis vacation tours. Public, private, and all-inclusive farm, dispensary, and weed & wine trips. 215 C St Unit D-1, Eureka, CA.


Bigfoot Cannabis Co. – A family-owned and operated dispensary located in the heart of Humboldt’s eastern growing region in the mountain town of Willow Creek, CA. Willow Creek, CA, is located on highway 299 along the beautiful Trinity river and is the home of the elusive Bigfoot! 39008 CA-299, Willow Creek, CA

Terp Mansion – Terp Mansion’s Deluxe licensed tour gives behind-the-scenes access to those interested in exploring their operation and farm first-hand. Guests are greeted and ushered into their onsite smoking lounge, where a world-class line-up of glass pipes, bongs and dab-rigs are available for your use. After experiencing the lounge and a tasting session, visitors will be shown the entirety of our property and operation, with access to all seven onsite facilities.

Sol Spirit Retreats – Glamping on a licensed cannabis farm in the Emerald Triangle. Experience includes a luxurious bell tent, real beds, private bathrooms, farm-to-table breakfast and dinner, and experiential add-ons like river rafting or yoga.


The Inn at 2nd & C – A family owned and operated 23 room boutique Inn housed in the unique and intriguing Historic Eagle House Victorian (est. 1888). Hosting live music in its grand theater ballroom and serving elevated coastal cuisine and craft cocktails in its two renowned restaurants, Phatsy Kline’s & Tavern 1888, the Inn is a community hub for all. Cannabis consumers are welcome to smoke outside in our designated smoking area, smoking is not allowed inside this historic building. 124 C St, Eureka, CA.

Humboldt Bay Social Club – A rustic-chic boutique hotel with a welcoming bar, casual dining and event space located on the rugged Samoa Peninsula of Humboldt Bay. 900 New Navy Base Rd, Samoa, CA.

Scotia Lodge – A 22-room historic renovated hotel at the Northern entrance to Avenue of the Giants in Redwood State Park. The Lodge is open for overnight stays, events, drinking, and dining. The Social Spa offers body treatments (with optional cannabis activations). 100 Main St #361, Scotia, CA.

California law states that people can use cannabis on private property but not in public places like restaurants or bars where alcohol is sold. So while traveling, ask about the business’s policy before consuming.


California law states that people can use cannabis on private property but not in public places like restaurants or bars where alcohol is sold. So while traveling, ask about the business’s policy before consuming. Likewise, if you stay in a vacation rental, check with the property owner about the rules for your stay.

You cannot:
Smoke cannabis where it’s illegal to smoke tobacco
Smoke cannabis within 1,000 feet of a school, daycare center or youth center while kids are present
Cannabis is still illegal under federal law, which means you also cannot:
Use or possess cannabis on federal lands, like national parks
Take cannabis across state lines

You can purchase cannabis at licensed retail businesses throughout the county. The “budtenders” will listen to your needs and can make personalized recommendations. Make sure to “Ask for Humboldt” when making purchases, and enjoy responsibly.