Dyerville is a former settlement in Humboldt County, California. It was located at an elevation of 246 ft on the northwest bank of the Eel River confluence with the South Fork Eel River 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Camp Grant. Earliest known development at Dyerville was the operation of a ferry in the 1870s. Dyerville had its own post office from April 17, 1890 to November 30, 1933, when it was moved to South Fork.
Dyerville was a stagecoach stop, a shipping port, and a crossroads town that played an important role in the early settlement of this redwood area. It was completely destroyed by the flood of 1955.
- USGS Map Name: Weott, CA; N40° 21' 19" W123° 55' 33
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- Humboldt Redwoods State Park Avenue of the Giants Auto Tour Brochure