Patrick’s Point State Park is located in a beautiful coastal area along the Pacific Ocean 25 miles north of Eureka. Park is a tree and meadow-covered headland with high cliffs overlooking spectacular coastline, with Agate Beach and tide pools. Deer, sea lions, and seals are common sights, while gray whales pass the point in season. Attractions include a reconstructed Native American Village, hiking trails, and interpretive/educational programs in summer. Pets are allowed in park, but not on trails, beach, or in buildings.