312 S. Railroad Ave.
Blue Lake, CA
Gymkhana Horse Arena
Perigot Park & Iorg Field
312 South Railroad Ave.
Bocce Ball rentals
Prasch Hall Community Center
312 South Railroad Ave
Friday & Saturday 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Sundays 2 - 5 p.m.
First Friday Theme Skate, dress in costume
2nd Sunday age 18 & over Old Tunes Skate 6 - 9 p.m.
440 I Street
111 Greenwood Ave
The City of Blue Lake has a branch of the Humboldt County
Library. It is open Wednesday and Friday from noon until 5 p.m.
Books, videos, DVDs and books on tape are available. Free
internet access is also available at the library. humlib.org.
Mad River Fish Hatchery
1660 Hatchery Road
Mad River Hatchery is operated by the California Department of Fish & Game. It was built by the California Wildlife Conservation Board to enhance salmon and steelhead populations in the North Coast streams of California. The annual production of Mad River Hatchery is around 250,000 steelhead yearlings, 64,000 catchable Rainbow trout and varying numbers of chinook smolts and yearlings and coho yearlings depending on the number of adults trapped the previous season. The salmon smolts are 3 to 4 inches long and the salmon and steelhead yearlings are 6 to 10 inches long when released. The salmon and steelhead are released back into the Mad River and catchable Rainbows are planted in the spring and fall, into several lakes in the surrounding lakes.
Industrial Loop Trail
Blue Lake Museum
330 Railroad Ave.
Blue Lake, CA
Housed in an old depot, the Arcata and Mad River Depot, the museum features rotating exhibits surrounding Blue Lake history. Open Sunday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. April through September. Winter hours are by appointment only.
131 H Street
Dell'Arte International theatre organization in Blue Lake's historic Odd Fellow Hall at First Avenue and H Street seats 106 people in the Carlo Theatre and the 350 seat grass Rooney amphitheatre.