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Fort Bragg

MacKerricher State Park

MacKerricher State Park offers a variety of habitats: beach, bluff, headland, dune, forest and wetland. Tidepools are along the shore. Seals may be seen on the rocks off the park’s coastline. More than 90 species of birds visit or live near Cleone Lake, a formal tidal lagoon.

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Ukiah

city of 10 000 buddhas

Over a hundred volumes of Buddhist scriptures have been translated into English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and other languages here, laying a solid foundation for the dissemination of the Buddhadharma in the West.

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Vichy Springs Resort
Ukiah

Vichy Springs Resort

Vichy Springs Resort, established in 1854, is a unique 160-year old historic hot springs resort only two hours north of downtown San Francisco. Vichy Springs

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Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
Mendocino

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse

The Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park includes the historic 1909 Light Station (30.5 acres), and approximately 270 acres of undeveloped coastal bluffs and

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Fort Bragg

Noyo Headlands Park

This is one of the newest segments of the California Coastal Trail, on the headlands west of the City of Fort Bragg. It’s a multi-use, ADA-accessible

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noyo center for marine science
Fort Bragg

Noyo Center For Marine Science

Mission: to advance ocean conservation through education, exploration and experience. We envision making our dramatic (and previously inaccessible) coastline available for innovative scientific research, hands-on education and

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Fort Bragg

Guest House Museum

About The Guest House Museum – Fort Bragg, California 25 years ago, the State of California declared that the Guest House Museum in Downtown Fort

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Glass Beach
Fort Bragg

Glass Beach

History of Glass Beach In 1906, Fort Bragg residents established an official water dump site behind the Union Lumber Company onto what is now known

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