Bringing it back to where it all began in the heart of the Emerald Triangle, Humboldt County, California! Cannifest is a two-day Cannabis Festival & Industry Trade Gathering celebrating the history, heritage, and future of Cannabis on the waterfront at Halvorsen Park in Eureka, CA.
As the county seat of Humboldt County, California, Eureka has a proud cannabis tradition that is deeply rooted in our community’s culture and traditions since the late 1960’s. As part of the Emerald Triangle – the counties of Humboldt, Mendocino, and Trinity — Humboldt growers produce some of the most esteemed and high quality cannabis in the world. With many legacy farmers learning the art of cultivating over generations, they have perfected their craft through experience, knowledge, and passion for the plant.
Cannifest is going to be jam-packed with festivities! Here are some the featured events and offerings you won’t want to miss:
Halvorsen Park is a beautiful 3.5 acre park located on Eureka’s waterfront. It is an ideal location for outdoor concerts, festivals and community events. Nestled between the bay, waterfront trail and Waterfront Drive, this open space provides stunning views of the bay and a variety of aquatic wildlife. Take in the sea breeze while you enjoy this year’s Cannifest event.
While you are visiting Eureka, explore the wide array of cannabis products and businesses. Visit one of the many dispensaries, where you can shop and consult with experienced staff. If you are interested in learning more about the cannabis cultivation beyond the festival, a cannabis farm tour by Humboldt Cannabis Tours is a great option. For an innovative hospitality experience, Papa and Barkley Social delivers with a luxury day spa, tasting room, dispensary, and elegant consumption lounge. Whatever you decide, discover Humboldt-grown cannabis while in the heart of Humboldt.
Eureka is the perfect place to explore while attending Cannifest! As the market and cultural center of Humboldt County, the city is rich in history & architecture, outdoor activities, and arts & culture. As you prepare for your visit, be sure to plan accordingly:
Flying: If you are flying in, we recommend the California Redwood Coast-Humboldt County Airport (ACV) A short 20 min. drive from Eureka and the closest airport to the festival.
Driving: If you plan on driving, the city of Eureka sits directly on Highway 101. Amtrak bus service also transports visitors to the city daily.
Lodging: Book your stay at one of Cannifest’s preferred vendors and get a weekend ticket to the festival! Check out which accommodation is the best fit for you here.
Things to Do: While in town for the festival, there are countless other sites to see and experiences to partake in including Eureka’s newest attraction, the Redwood Sky Walk at the Sequoia Park Zoo. See what activities and attractions you would like to do while visiting.
Food and Drinks: Lastly you won’t want to miss the food and drink options. With incredible local flare, you’re bound to find something that hits the spot.