Patrick's Point State Park is a 640 acre park, located north of Trinidad in Humboldt County along California's northern redwood coast. The park was named for Patrick Beegan, an Irish immigrant who originally called it Patrick's Ranch.
Home to many tree species including coastal redwoods, spruce, hemlock, pine, fir and red alder, it also boasts meadows of wildflowers and a shoreline that consists of sandy beaches and sheer cliffs against the Pacific Ocean. From those views you can see seals, sea lions and migrating whales.
Look for our black cat, Casper, perched on the sign. He's our official mascot, which means you'll possess an authentic Cat's Meow.
Handcrafted in Wooster, Ohio, this keepsake is cut from 3/4” thick wood with colorful print on the front and a description on the back. Buy it for a friend or add it to your Cat’s Meow collection. It sets neatly on a mantle, shelf, or desk. Or perch it on your wainscoting or the trim above your windows or doors.