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About us...

Scopa Properties is a family-owned enterprise with sites in Southern Oregon and Northern California. Years of meticulous planning and an enduring desire to provide guests with a “home away from home” experience have culminated in our showcase properties; Scopa at the Sea Bed & Breakfast, The SeaView House, and Selah, the Beach House on North Pebble Beach in Crescent City, California.

 

The folks at Scopa Properties consider it a privilege to share the wonder and bounty of Del Norte County with guests from all corners of the globe.

Whether it is our Innkeepers welcoming you to Scopa at the Sea, delighting in providing the ultimate Bed & Breakfast experience, or our staff providing you a beautifully maintained "home away from home" experience in our SeaView House or Selah, the Beach House, your stay with Scopa will be a wonderful one.

Our Scopa Family is committed to making your stay at any of our properties unforgettable. Book a stay and learn more about us. 

Please don't hesitate to reach out with questions, rental inquiries, and guidance planning your stay!

   541.944.4156                      scopaproperties@outlook.com

 
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Our premier Bed and Breakfast, a serene experience featuring three incredible suites for adults and children over 12.  

Scopa at the Sea B&B

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Available as individual suites or the entire home, SeaView features three beautiful suites, spacious living rooms, as well as kitchens and laundry areas.

The SeaView House

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Featuring four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen and spacious common areas, the Selah Beach House is a perfect family getaway. 

Selah, the Beach House

Planning your visit...

Whether traveling by road or by air, Scopa's properties are all easily accessed in Crescent City, California. Please let us know if our staff can assist with directions, schedules, or alternate routes.
Always check the weather forecasts before traveling.

By Road

Crescent City is located just off California Highway 101, which runs along the California and Oregon coast. 

Crescent City is one of the many "bike-friendly" coastal communities, and has established bike lanes throughout the city limits.

When coming to Crescent City from Southern Oregon, you will want to follow Highway 199 running south through the Redwoods, often referred to as "Redwood Highway" following signs for Crescent City and California.

By Plane

Nearest Airport:

Del Norte County Regional Airport, also known as Jack McNamara Field. United Express and Alaska Airlines provide commercial passenger service, and the airport operates around-the-clock every day. 

For Additional Information:

http://flycrescentcity.com

http://delnortecountyairport.org

Car rental agencies are located directly at the airport. 

Parking

Off-street parking is available and reserved exclusively for guest vehicles. For convenience, guests are provided with check-in curbside access for ease of arrival and baggage transfer. 

Scopa maintains ample overnight guest parking spaces on our private and well-lit properties. Please remember to lock your vehicle and remove valuable items while parked in and around the community.

 

Local adventures await...

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California Redwoods

Scopa Properties are strategically located steps from the Pacific Ocean on California's North Pebble Beach. Walking access to the beach provides our guests with unique opportunities and unforgettable memories. Local activities available include surfing, beach combing, agate hunting, and hiking.

Northern California is rich in some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. While the "must see" list of attractions in our region is almost too long to post, the staff at Scopa recommend these "not to be missed" regional attractions during your visit!

Nature

Pebble Beach:

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Known for spectacular seascapes, rock formations framed by towering Cypress and a climate conducive to picturesque skies, Pebble Beach has it all.

California Redwoods:

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Visitors from around the world travel to Northern California to experience the Giant Redwoods, home to some of the tallest trees on the planet. Whether you choose to visit one of the many state parks located in Del Norte or Humboldt Counties, ride the Sky Trail at Trees of Mystery, or plan to tour Avenue of the Giants by Car, you'll find wonder all within a day's reach.

Battery Point:

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While in Crescent City, plan to visit Battery Point for a tour of the lighthouse, gift shop, and grounds. The site is steeped in Norther California history; perhaps most notably as a survivor of the 1964 tsunami that struck the region. Today, the lighthouse is a private aid to navigation, but remains a favorite destination for visitors and photography buffs. Parking for visitors is available in the Crescent City Harbor lot.

Point St. George:

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Point St. George is located eight miles northwest of Crescent City. While the lighthouse visible at the site is currently inactive, the scenic location offers spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean where Norther California and Southern Oregon beaches merge. Rolling hillsides provide the perfect setting for an easy yet breathtakingly beautiful stroll to the beach. There is ample parking at the trail head.

Whale Watching:

Mainly from October through May, they can be viewed from the oceanfront porches on all our properties.

See & Learn

Crescent City:

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Crescent City is the local hub for commerce in Northern California. Capital of Del Norte County, Crescent City is the site for one of the most popular 4th of July celebrations on the West Coast. Visitors can enjoy browsing art galleries, local outdoor markets, and antique shops year-round. The Annual Del Norte County Fair draws participants from near and far. We also have a local Saturday market held at the Fairgrounds.

 

Ocean World:

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Located right on Highway 101, Ocean World is a locally owned aquarium and coastal wildlife experience. It features interactive tide pools, over one million gallons of tanks housing sharks, seals & rays, plus a shark petting experience & daily sea lion shows.

Marine Mammal Center:

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The North Coast Marine Mammal Center rescues and rehabilitates sick and injured marine mammals so that they can be released back into the wild. Their mission is to educate the public about the impact humans have on marine mammals and the importance of preserving the oceans where they live.

The Harbor:

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Our local harbor offers a new, state-of-the-art, tsunami resistant marina, with modern amenities for both recreational boaters and commercial fisherman. The harbor also features excellent restaurants, sea lion viewing, ocean sports rentals, fresh seafood markets, and the Whaler's Island ocean overlook.

Local Food:

In the mood for Jambalaya? Visit the Scopa Properties Co-owned restaurant in Crescent City!

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Activities

Klamath Jet Boats:

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A fun-for-all tour up the famous Klamath River. Their experienced captains and narrators describe the river's rich history, local Native American culture, and thriving wildlife. Bear, black tail deer, elk, soaring osprey, eagles, hawks, otters, mink, and many other varieties of wildlife may be seen by looking carefully along the riverbanks.

Crescent Trail Rides:

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Have a once in a lifetime experience on the coast or through the redwoods from the back of a horse, guided on a professional, safe, and informative adventure. 

Redwood Rides:

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Make the most of the incredible nature adventures available in the area, by taking guided tours. From river adventures to bike tours, fishing trips to hikes, Redwood Rides will take all the work out of your hands leaving you free to enjoy all that the area has to offer.

Trees of Mystery:

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One of the favorite tourist attractions on the Redwood Coast. It features many giant Redwoods and a number of unusual tree formations, many of which can be seen from their Trail of Mysterious Trees. Guests can also get a unique view of the trees from the famous "Sky Trail" gondola ride!

Beach Cruisers:

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Visitors will find Crescent City one of the most "bike friendly" communities in Northern California. Beach cruiser bikes are available onsite to our guests. These classic and uncomplicated bicycles are a great way to view the recently completed contiguous California Coastal Trail or meander through the streets of Crescent City... stopping for a picnic lunch and sightseeing.