Category: Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg

Mendocino Chocolate Company

Delicious artisanal chocolate and gifts handmade with care in our coastal candy kitchen in Mendocino County, California. We offer an array of gifts for every occasion at Mendocino Chocolate Company. Whether you’re looking for a special present for a friend, or a treat for yourself, we have an amazing selection of fresh gourmet chocolate at

Liquid Fusion Kayaking
Fort Bragg

Liquid Fusion Kayaking

Liquid Fusion Kayaking: From mild to wild, we enjoy bird watching on calm waters as well as sea kayaking, whitewater river running and surfing. We feel blessed to be able to paddle the waters of the Mendocino Coast and want to share these magical waters with people of all ages and abilities. Visit Mendocino &

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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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Fort Bragg

Noyo Headlands Park

About The 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 paved trail with spectacular views, parking, rest rooms, and one-of-a-kind benches made by local artists. There are several ways to access this new public coastal

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 natural resource stewardship.  The Noyo Center for Marine Science has a three-pronged approach to development, supporting an innovative research program, creating an integrated education program and building a world-class facility

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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 Bragg a point of historical interest. It was built mostly from coastal redwood in 1892 for Tom Johnson, a family business partner in Fort Bragg Redwood Company, as his private

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Fort Bragg

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens

About the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens More than 70,000 people a year experience the wonder of nature at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, in all its seasons. This is a place to play, to contemplate, to learn, to relax, to touch, to smell, to feel, to enjoy, to be inspired, and to experience the simple wonder

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 as “Site 1”. Most water fronted communities had water dump sites discarding glass, appliances, and even vehicles. Locals referred to it as “The Dumps.”Fires were often lit to reduce the

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