Site #1

Prime location – one block off Hwy 101 – View Printable Flyer (pdf)  

Location: 201 Citizens Dock Road – Google Map link
Size:  4300 Sq ft



Be a part of the economic development of the Crescent City Harbor District which will include tourist attractions such as The Tsunami Experience and an indoor water park. There will also be new guest lodging options that include camping cabins, tent sites and deluxe RV spaces.

  • Building is located on the main intersection of harbor traffic just one block off highway 101.
  • Directly across the street from one of the harbor’s anchor tenants, a newly built retail store completed in 2016.
  • A prime location for Crescent City tourism with numerous hotels within a couple of blocks.
    Obtain a full liquor license in the Harbor District for only $6,000. No new liquor licenses are currently available elsewhere in Del Norte County.
  • The California Coastal trail runs alongside the building.
  • Redwood National and State Parks are located just a couple miles to the northeast and south of the Harbor. In 2016, an estimated 800,000 people visited the parks to see the Coastal Redwoods. Of those visitors, it is estimated that 500,000 transited past the Harbor District on Hwy 101 to visit Jedidiah Smith Park, home to Stout Grove, on the north and Prairie Creek Redwoods on the sout



Site #2

Frontage on Highway 101 – View Printable Flyer (pdf)  

Location: 730 U.S. Highway 101 South  – Google Map link


  • Former site of Spotty’s Car Wash
  • Great Traffic Counts
  • Great location for a drive through coffee shop


Site #3

Potential Research, Aquaculture or Processing Facility 


The property includes the following features:

– Two metal roll up doors – one is 8’ wide and the other is 12’ wide
– Facility has two upstairs rooms – one 18’ by 19’ while the other is 11’ by 15’
– A kitchen plus a bathroom with a shower is located on the ground floor
– Building is situated on approximately ¼ acre enclosed by security fencing
– Included with the facility is a 10’ by 10’ pump house adjacent to the property with direct access to sea water. There are two 12” lines for sea water intake and on 14” line for sea water discharge
– Two stainless steel pumps, one 10 horsepower and one 3 horsepower, are available
– Facility includes 10 concrete tanks used in abalone aquaculture and two 3,500 gallon sea water storage tanks
– The building is located adjacent to the U.S. Coast Guard facility and the harbor launch ramp
– Slips are available for vessels ranging from 30’ to 70” and side tie moorage is available for vessels up to 170’
– Restaurants and lodging are available both on and adjacent to the harbor

For more information, please contact Charlie Helms, CEO, Crescent City Harbor District, 101 Citizens Dock Road, Crescent City, CA, 95531. Email at or by phone at 707-464-6174, extension 24.