Fort Bragg

The biggest city on the Mendocino Coast, Fort Bragg is home to the world-famous Skunk Train, the extraordinary Glass Beach, and the spectacular Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Noyo Harbor is a working port with a marina, where you can board a crab-catching or whale-watching cruise or take a leisurely kayak ride upstream on Noyo River–be sure to watch for wildlife! Enjoy dining with a view of the harbor where playful seals poke their snouts above the water.

Explore Fort Bragg

1. Telstar Charters

Mendocino coastal waters offer a great destination for anglers wanting to catch crab, salmon, rock cod, ling cod and albacore. For a day packed with …

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4. The Nye Ranch

Located just minutes north of Fort Bragg, Nye Ranch is suited to small boutique weddings and events, as well as retreats and family reunions. The …

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5. The Outdoor Store

Outdoor apparel, camping and hiking gear plus USGS maps for the serious hiker!  The perfect stop before or during your next Mendocino County outdoor adventure.

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6. The Q

Hearty, yet sophisticated barbecue classics, including beef brisket, pulled pork, barbeque chicken, and more. Enjoy a local brew or glass of wine along with the …

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7. Tip Top Lounge

If you are looking for an exquisite bar in downtown Fort Bragg, you need look no further than Tip Top Lounge. Their bartenders offer a …

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8. Travelodge Fort Bragg

A short walk from Glass Beach, this down-to-earth hotel is 2.9 miles from Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and 7.2 miles from Caspar Headlands State Beach. …

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10. Weller House Inn

This carefully restored historic 1886 mansion with water tower on a half acre estate has a quiet ‘country house’ feeling, while it is nestled between …

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