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Your guide to the many wonders of the Mendocino North Coast. Find information on where to stay, where to eat, where to shop and more.
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MENDOCINO

COAST
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BEYOND
2012–2013 VISITOR INFORMATION GUIDE
Photo by Jacob Lewis
C O N T E N T S
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Welcome 2–3
Day Trips 3
Westport 4
Fort Bragg 5–9
Mendocino 10–13
Little River/Albion 14–15
Anderson Valley 16
Elk/Point Arena 17
Gualala 18
Directory 19-25
Annual Festivals 25
Map: Anderson Valley Wineries 26
Map: Mendocino 27
Map: Fort Bragg 28–29
Map: Mendocino County 30–31
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Published by
Mendocino Coast
Chamber of Commerce
217 South Main Street
Fort Bragg, California
95437
707-961-6300
MendocinoCoast.com
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Welcome to Mendocino County…
As the Mendocino coAst chAMber of coMMerce & Visitor center,
we welcome you to our beautiful county. Just as the many visitors and flm-
makers before you have been drawn to our rugged coastline and majestic
redwood forests, you too will discover that this is a very special place. People
often find themselves falling
in love with our wine country
(which leads the world in organic
wine-growing), microbreweries,
sustainably-farmed produce,
amazing restaurants, jaw-drop-
ping coastal views, beautiful state
parks, and towering redwood
forests.
Te Mendocino Coast Chamber, founded in 1950 as the Fort Bragg
Chamber of Commerce, has matured into a regional chamber and visitor
center encompassing the coast, Anderson Valley, and the far reaches of east-
ern Mendocino county. Each year, working closely with Mendocino Area
Parks Association, the City of Fort Bragg and other local organizations, we
set up events like the Mendocino Fourth of July Parade, Independence Day
freworks over Fort Bragg, and the Mendocino, Little River and Fort Bragg
Whale Festivals which are held during March each year. You can fnd out
more about our whale festivals by visiting our Whale Festival website at
www.mendowhale.com.
As the recognized visitor center in Fort Bragg, our conveniently situated
storefront on Main Street provides coastal visitors with a one-stop location to
peruse local menus, locate lodging, and learn about the many things to see and
do along the coast and throughout our diverse county. From hiking and biking
in our forests and along coastal trails, to tours in our wine region, our friendly
staf can help tailor a visit to your interests. Visit us anytime Monday through
DRIVING TIMES
to and from the Mendocino Coast…
Crescent City . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 hours
Eureka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 hours
Redding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 hours
Sacramento . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 hours
San Francisco Bay Area . . . . .3.5–4 hours
San Jose . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.5–5 hours
Santa Rosa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 hours
Ukiah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 hours
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If you only have one day
to sightsee, check out:
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Mendocino Coast Botanical
Gardens (2-4 hours)
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Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
(1–2 hours)
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MacKerricher State Park and
Glass Beach (2–3 hours)
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Hike into the redwoods at
Russian Gulch State Park (2–3
hours)
If you have two days…
Include some of these in
your stay:
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Guest House Museum
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Kelley House Museum
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The Ford House Museum &
Mendocino Headlands State Park
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Stroll through the Mendocino
Historic Preservation District’s
shops and galleries
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Stroll through Fort Bragg’s
historic downtown shops and
galleries
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Take a ride on the Skunk Train
If you have three days…
Choose one of these as a day
excursion:
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Anderson Valley wineries
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Point Arena Lighthouse and
Coast Highway 1 scenic drive
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Kayaking one of the local rivers
or a sea caves tour
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Horseback riding, hiking or biking
into the redwoods or along
coastal trails
If you have four days…
How about a scenic drive
and walk through the
redwoods?
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Drive through a redwood tree in
Leggett (one-hour drive north,
one-way)
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Montgomery Woods State
National Reserve (a beautiful
one and one-half hour drive one-
way from Fort Bragg)
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Friday between 9:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., or Saturdays
between 10:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m., and let our staf
help you make the most of
your time in our county.
The Chamber also
serves as the Mendocino
County Film Ofce, helping
flm industry professionals
identify locations and navi-
gate the permit process. Our
extensive familiarity and
knowledge of the county has
been instrumental in bringing commercials, television, and
flm projects to our region. In our Visitor Center, a broad
sampling of posters from movies shot in our county stand
testament to the rich flm history we have here.
We are often asked about coastal weather. Winter on
the Mendocino Coast is the most dramatic season, and for
many of our visitors—who have become known as Storm
Watchers —their favorite time of year. Tey come here
not for the crisp, cool days of winter, but to experience
the ferce storms, which explode with great drama along
our rugged coastline. Some
of these Storm Watchers
venture out to watch the
wind-whipped waves shatter
against the craggy blufs and
catch some of the salty spray
as it is hurled skyward. Most
others, however, choose to
enjoy these awe-inspiring
storms from the shelter of
a warm, cozy inn with a fre
in the grate, a fne wine on
the table, and a good book
in hand. It’s the perfect get-
away, and a great time to unplug and unwind. No chores,
just comfort inside and majesty outside.
We want you to have a memorable time here on the
Mendocino Coast and in the beautiful Anderson Valley
Wine Country. Whether you are driving your RV, camp-
ing in a tent, staying in one of our many wonderful B&Bs,
inns, motels, hotels,vacation rentals, or perhaps bunking
with a friend, check out our website and plan your escape
to Mendocino County today! i
www.mendocinocoast.com
Day Trips In and Around Mendoci no County
If your time is limited, here are a few ideas to maximize your sightseeing.
Debra DeGraw
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Westportr PoPulati on: 280*
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bli nk And you’ ll Mi ss the downtown. But slow down and you’ll
fnd a store for picnic supplies, a hotel that ofers meals and lodging, and
an area rich in logging history. An active local community, organized as
the Westport Village Society, wants to make sure their town and his-
tory aren’t forgotten. Each year, the Westport Village Society sponsors
the Mother’s Day Rubber Ducky Race. Te Westport Volunteer Fire
Department hosts lively barbecues and other events during the year.
Te beaches, big clifs and state parks north and south of Westport
provide 180-degree ocean views that are nothing short of spectacular. On
a clear day you can see the
Lost Coast to the north and
Fort Bragg headlands to the
south. From here, Highway
1 heads north for six more
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Sinkyone Wilderness State Park
South end accessible from Usal
Beach, approximately one hour
north of Fort Bragg on Highway 1
Call for information: 707-986-7711
Heath and Marjorie angelo
Coast Range Preserve
Wilderness Lodge Road, Branscomb
707-984-6653
Westport-union landing
State Beach
Highway 1, two miles north of
Westport · 707-937-5804
Post Office
Old Westport School
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Spectacular Headlands
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Westport Hotel
38921 N Highway 1, Westport
707 - 964 - 3688
www.westporthotel.us
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*Population estimates are from
the 2010 U.S. Census.
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surrounded by the spectacular natural beauty of northern
California’s redwood forests and the Pacifc Ocean, Fort Bragg is an
ideal destination for both visitors and small businesses. Located in
historic Mendocino County, it is the largest town on the scenic coast
between San Francisco and Eureka. Tis growing, prosperous city
ofers a unique blend of natural resources, recreation, and scenery.
Fort Bragg, once a booming logging town, is now a hub for state
parks and reserves. Te area’s Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
is one of only two such gardens in the continental United States
fronting directly on an ocean.
Te famous Skunk Train takes visitors from Fort Bragg or
Willits on a route through the redwoods that is accessible only
by railroad. Tose looking for special adventures will fnd that
Fort Bragg’s location ofers an array of appealing activities includ-
ing whale watching, sport fshing, kayaking, and beachcombing,
along with bird-watching, horseback riding, hiking and
biking.
Art galleries showcase local artists, and craftspeople
and antique shops ofer unexpected fnds. Couples know
that the town, with its wide variety of venues, is the per-
fect place to have a romantic wedding and honeymoon.
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PoPulati on: 14, 799 r Fort Bragg
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Fort Bragg r HiStoRy FaSt FaCt
in the eArly 20th century, Fort
Bragg residents threw their household
garbage—glass, bottles, appliances, and
even vehicles—over the clifs above what
is Glass Beach, now part of MacKerricher
State Park. Te land was owned at that
time by the Union Lumber Company
and locals referred to the spot as “Te
Dump.” Clean-up of the larger metallic
waste occurred in the late 2000s, and you
can still see remnants of water-washed
broken glass in the pocket beaches at the
end of Elm Street. Please take only pho-
tographs; leave the glass for all to enjoy.
now showing the latest
and best movies
all digital picture and
sound in every auditorium
call for showtimes
(707) 964-2019
135 South Franklin Street
Corner of Franklin and Madrone
www.thecoastcinemas.com
(707) 964-6661
18550 N. Hwy 1, Fort Bragg – Just north of the roundabout!
www.fortbraggrentall.com
Photo by Michael Antonelli
We Offer :
• The largest party
rental inventory
on the Coast.
• Complete
Vendor/Venue
Resources
• Go Green – Save
Money and Use
Local Rentals
“one stop shopping... amazingly perfect...
we would recommend everyone involved.”
-Dave & Kashina, Walnut Creek, CA
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MacKerricher State Park
Extends from Pudding Creek Beach in Fort Bragg to
Ten Mile Beach north of Fort Bragg
Main entrance and visitor center three miles north of
Fort Bragg on Highway 1
707-964-9112
Glass Beach State Park
End of Elm Street, Fort Bragg
707-937-5804
otis R. Johnson Wilderness Park
Seven acres with walking trails
East end of Laurel Street, Fort Bragg
Bainbridge Park
Includes Wiggly Giggly Playground, tennis courts,
basketball hoops and picnic tables
Laurel Street between North Harrison and North
Whipple streets, Fort Bragg
Jug Handle State natural Reserve
Highway 1, four miles south of Fort Bragg
707-937-5804
Caspar Headlands State natural Reserve and
State Beach
Highway 1, four miles south of Fort Brag
707-937-5804
www.mendocino-chocolate.com
Ukiah Street,
East of Lansing
Mendocino
(707) 937-1107
232 N. Main Street
Fort Bragg
(707) 964-8800
Fudge,
Truffes,
Turtles
Toffee,
Bundt
Cakes
Mendocino coast
Botanical Gardens
Ocean Views
Dog Friendly
Native Plants
Miles of Trails
47 Acres to the Sea
Beautiful Wedding Sites
18220 North Highway 1 · Fort Bragg, CA
707-964-4352 · www.gardenbythesea.org
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ME NDOCI NO COAS T DI S TRI CT HOS PI TAL
MCDH
707-961-1234
700 River Drive · Fort Bragg, CA 95437
MCDH.org
Full-Service Hospital
Advanced Diagnostic
Imaging
24-Hour Emergency
Room
Joint Replacements
Inpatient and Out-
patient Surgery
Wellness & Rehabi-
litation Services
Oncology
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Weekday service between Fort Bragg, Mendocino, Navarro
River Junction with connections to MTA Rte 75 Bus
Weekday service within Fort Bragg
Rte 75 Mon–Sat service between Gualala/
Fort Bragg/Ukiah (no service to Fort Bragg on Sat)
Rte 95 daily between Point Arena and Santa Rosa
Daily service between Mendocino, Fort Bragg,
Willits, Ukiah and Santa Rosa
Monday–Saturday • 964-1800
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come ride the
in its natural habitat
www.SkunkTrain.com
filMMAkers hAVe hAd A loVe AffAir with Men-
docino County for more than 100 years, beginning
in 1904 with Caspar Lumber Company’s Te Sequoia
Sempervirens (Redwoods). What is the
attraction? It’s our diversity. It’s the
place where blue-green waters form
tranquil bays, rivers and streams wan-
der to the sea interrupted by an occa-
sional waterfall, and rocky headlands
hug the Pacifc Ocean.
Some of the more well-known
contemporary films shot in and
around Fort Bragg are 1979's Humanoids from the
Deep (locations in and around Fort Bragg), 1987's
Overboard (flm locastions include Noyo Harbor,
and Fort Bragg's Veteran's Hall)
starring Goldie Hawn and Kurt
Russell; and 2001's Te Majestic,
starring Jim Carrey (flm locations
at Point Cabrillo Light Station and
the Skunk Train depot).
See page 13 for movies flmed
in and around Mendocino!
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Mendocino r PoPulati on: 2, 285
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Mendocino is situated on a peninsula and
surrounded on three sides by picturesque wildfower-
covered blufs and crashing surf. Established in the
1850s, many of the New England-style Victorians
here have been lovingly restored into romantic
bed-and-breakfast inns, world class restaurants and
quaint shops.
Best known as Cabot Cove, Maine, in the TV
show “Murder, She Wrote”, the town is actually a
National Historic Preservation District. A brochure
to guide you on a walking tour of historic houses
is available on Main Street at the Ford House, the
visitor center for the Mendocino Headlands State Park. Guides can also be obtained at the Kelley House
Museum on Albion Street and the Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center in Fort
Bragg.
Big River Beach, below town, is a popular spot for walking,
and it’s a great place to view or photograph spectacular sunsets.
A state park trail east along Big River is popular for watching
wildlife, walking, running, and riding bicycles and horses. You
can also paddle upriver for miles in a kayak or canoe.
Just north of Mendocino is Point Cabrillo Light Station
State Historic Park with a working lighthouse, marine exhibit,
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fAther tiMe And the MAiden: One of the most frequently asked questions is, “What is the statue
on top of the bank building?” For all who have wondered, but never
asked, here it is.
Erick Albertson is credited with building the Masonic Temple (now
housing Te Savings Bank of Mendocino County) and carving “Fa-
ther Time and the Maiden” from a single piece of virgin redwood. Te
statuary consists of the Angel of Death, the Hourglass of Transience,
the Weeping Maiden, the Anointment of Her Hair, the Acacia Branch
in one hand and the Sacred Urn in the other, the Sundered Column,
and Te Book of Light. All drawn from mythology, these symbolize a
particular rite of passage within the Masonic Order.
It took Albertson seven years to complete the building and statue.
However, the long timeline had much to do with the fact that Albertson was working full time at the lumber
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Bruce Lewis
Point Cabrillo light Station State Historic Park
Point Cabrillo Drive, Mendocino
707-937-5804
Russian Gulch State Park
Point Cabrillo Drive, Mendocino
707-937-5804
Mendocino Headlands State Park
Mendocino · 707-937-5804
Big River State Park
Mendocino · 707-937-5804
Montgomery Woods State natural Reserve
About thirty miles east of Highway 1 on Comptche-
Ukiah/Orr Springs Road
707-937-5804
PaRKS anD BEaCHES…
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707-937-4477 MendocinoTheatre.org
Helen ScHoeni THeaTre, 45200 liTTle lake STreeT, Mendocino
locaTed on THe Mendocino arT cenTer caMpuS
Producing plays of substance
and excitement, ranging from
the classics to cutting edge!
Local and Organic
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
lunch 11am-4pm
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10451 lansing street, mendocino
707.937.6141
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The Ruku House Inn
Lusy. comforluble lodglng
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Muln Slreel ul Lvergreen
707-937-I734 888-262-3576
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The natural beauty, the picturesque harbors, and the
charming homes of Mendocino County have lured flm-
makers here for the same reason vaca-
tioners make Mendocino County their
destination. Filming has been going on
in the village of Mendocino since the
silent flm era.
Whi l e i n Mendoci no, you
might recognize several locations
used for the mid-1980s television
series, “Murder, She Wrote”, starring
Angela Lansbury.
Also flmed in Mendocino were 1983’s Racing with
the Moon (locations include Mendocino Headlands State
Park, the Mendocino Hotel, and more),
starring the young Sean Penn, Eliza-
beth McGovern and Nicolas Cage, and
1993’s Pontiac Moon (multiple locations
in town), starring Ted Danson and Mary
Steenburgen.
Follow the Mendocino County Film
Ofce on Facebook!
www.facebook.com/FilmMendocino
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Just two Miles south of Mendocino, Little River ofers an
award-winning nine-hole golf course with ocean views, plus world-
class inns and restaurants along a short stretch of Highway 1. Little
River is also home to Van Damme State Park which includes one
of the handful of pygmy forests in the entire world, as well as a
sandy beach that serves as a launching point for abalone divers and
sea kayakers.
Comptche, just up the road, is the gateway to remote Montgomery
Woods State Park, a 1,142 acre preserve that contains both coast and
Sierra redwoods, as well as an excellent three-mile-long hike.
A few miles south, the village of Albion has a unique personality,
a place with its own history and community. A portion of the community is known locally as “the Albion
Nation”.
In addition to a passionate community, there is a
market, hardware store, volunteer fire department,
post ofce, a weekly farmer’s market, some great restau-
rants, a clifside inn, a llama ranch, and a small commercial
fshing operation at the mouth of the Albion River, which
also ofers camping facilities, kayak and canoe rentals, and
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a store and café.
Located between the towns of Elk and Mendocino,
Albion had its start in 1853 when English sea captain William
Richardson built a home and a sawmill. Although the mill was
active for some seventy-fve years, the town remained small.
Albion is home to the last wooden bridge in operation
along the Pacifc Coast Highway, the Albion River Bridge,
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the little riVer Post office opened in 1865, changed
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the first sAwMill in Albion was powered by a tide-
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high ocean waves. William Richardson rebuilt the mill, powering
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Fresh Fish & Seafood Restaurant
– Overlooking the Ocean –
Organic Local Produce
Reservations Recommended
7750 North Highway 1 ∙ P.O. Box 461
Little River, California 95456
707 937-3055 ∙ eat@wild-fsh.com
www.wild-fsh.com
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Anderson Valley r PoPulati on: 2, 677
Anderson VAlley provides a beautiful setting with lush
greenery that is ideal for wineries and farming. Te drive
in and through the valley is one of the most breathtaking
in California, moving from rolling, oak-covered hills in the
east, to pastureland, vineyards and orchards in the valley
proper, and culminating in towering redwoods at the west
end, then opening out to the vast Pacifc Ocean.
Anderson Valley ofers a chance to experience some
extraordinary cuisine. Tere is excellent lamb and grain-
fed beef, sometimes even local wild game like venison,
quail or wild turkey. Tere are more than a dozen varieties
of apples still grown here, as
well as pears, olives, grapes,
and wild mushrooms. And, of
course, there are a wide vari-
ety of beverages created here,
from delicious beers, delec-
table wines, and sumptuous
ciders, all made by world-class
artisans. i
anderson Valley Wineries
Map on page 26
PaRKS anD BEaCHES…
navarro State Beach
Highway 1, just south of Navarro
River Bridge
navarro River Redwoods State
Park
Highway 128, two miles east of junc-
tion with Highway 1
707-937-5804
Faulkner County Park
Three miles southwest of Boonville on
Mountain View Road
Hendy Woods State Park
Philo-Greenwood Road, Philo
707-895-3141
indian Creek County Park
Highway 128, Philo
Mailliard Redwoods
State Reserve
Fish Rock Road, Yorkville
707-937-5804
Paul Dimmick State Recreation
area
Highway 128, six miles west of Navarro
· 707-937-5804
To Philo, Hwy 1, and Mendocino
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elk is the best-kePt secret on the Mendocino Coast.
In a few short blocks are inns, restaurants, a community cen-
ter and post ofce, shops, a history museum, state park and
spectacular sea stacks with views that rival California’s Big
Sur coast. Elk is known for its romance, and many couples
choose to hold their wedding here.
South of Elk, the village of Manchester lies in an area of
rich grazing land, where focks of sheep and herds of cattle
add a pastoral note to some of the most spectacular coastal
scenery in the world. A county road north of Manchester
leads past Manchester KOA Campground to Manchester State Beach. You can walk for miles between
the surf and sand dunes.
Point ArenA, the county’s smallest incorporated city, ofers lodging,
restaurants, shops, a community library, a campground, and the Art
Deco-style Arena Teatre. Arena Cove is home to the Point Arena
fshing pier where local fshermen bring their catch.
Te 105-foot-high Point Arena Lighthouse, with its giant frst-
order Fresnel lens, is a popular backdrop for photographers. On your
way to the lighthouse (on Lighthouse Road) stop and walk along the
clifs in the Stornetta Land Trust open space. About a half-mile north
are some former Coast Guard homes. Just before you get there, turn
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PaRKS anD BEaCHES…
Greenwood State Beach
Highway 1, Elk · 707-937-5804
Manchester State Park and Beach
Highway 1, Manchester · 707-882-2463
Point arena lighthouse & Museum
45500 Lighthouse Road, Point Arena
707-882-2777
Mote Creek/Bowling Ball Beach
Only viewable at low tide. Mile marker
13 (south of Point Arena) along High-
way 1 · 707-937-5804
Schooner Gulch State Beach
Highway 1, three miles south of Point
Arena · 707- 937-5804
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focused around the Gualala Arts Center.
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Gualala Point Regional Park
42401 Coast Highway 1
707-785-2377
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1 – ART ExPLORERS, INC
305 E Redwood Ave, Fort Bragg
707-961-6156
artexplorers.org
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2 HIGHLIGHT GALLERy
45052 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-3132
thehighlightgallery.com
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3 – MENDOCINO ART CENTER
45200 little lake St,
Mendocino
707-937-5818 · 800-653-3328
MendocinoartCenter.org
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4 – MENDOCINO COAST PHOTO-
GRAPHER GuILD AND GALLERy
344 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4706
mcpgg.com
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5 – MENDOCINO GEMS
10483 lansing St, Mendocino
707-937-0299
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6 – GuALALA ARTS CENTER
46501 Gualala Rd, Gualala
707-884-1138
gualalaarts.org
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7 – PARTNERS GALLERy/
CONTEMPORARy ART
335 N Franklin St, Fort Bragg
707-962-0233
partnersgallery.com
8 – THE WORLD OF SuzI LONG
611 Albion St, Mendocino
707-937-5664
suzilong.com
9 – ALL ABOARD ADVENTuRES
Charter Boat—Fishing/
Whale Watching
32400 n Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg
707-964-1881
allaboardadventures.com
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10 – CATCH A CANOE & BICyCLES
TOO!
Sales & Rental, Bikes &
Kayaks, Paddleboards & Tours
Highway 1 & Comptche-
ukiah Road, Mendocino
707-937-0273
catchacanoe.com

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11 – EMERALD DOLPHIN MINI
GOLF
1211 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-6699 · 866-964-6699
emeralddolphin.com
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12 – FORD HOuSE VISITOR
CENTER AND MuSEuM
Mendocino Headlands State Park
A House Museum of the
Mendocino Coast
735 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-5397
mendoparks.org
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13 – FORT BRAGG-MENDOCINO
COAST HISTORICAL SOCIETy
Guest House Museum
A House Museum of the
Mendocino Coast
343 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4251 · 707-964-2404
fortbragghistory.org
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14 – HEADLANDS COFFEEHOuSE
Live music every evening
120 East laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-1987
headlandscoffeehouse.com
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15 – JIM DAVIS TOuR AND TRAVEL
P.O. Box 487, Fort Bragg
707-357-1333
mendocinocoasttravel.com
16– KELLEy HOuSE MuSEuM
A House Museum of the
Mendocino Coast
45007 Albion St, Mendocino
707-937-5791
kelleyhousemuseum.org
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17 – KAyAK MENDOCINO
At Van Damme State Park
Little River
707-937-0700
kayakmendocino.com
18 – LIquID FuSION KAyAKING
32399 Basin St
Fort Bragg
707-962-1623
liquidfusionkayak.com
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19 – LITTLE RIVER INN GOLF &
TENNIS
7751 N Highway 1, Little River
707-937-5667 · 888-INN-LOVE
littleriverinn.com
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20 – MENDOCINO COAST
BOTANICAL GARDENS
18220 n Highway 1, Fort Bragg
707-964-4352
gardenbythesea.org
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21 – MENDOCINO COAST DISTRICT
HOSPITAL
700 River Dr, Fort Bragg
707-961-1234
mcdh.org
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22 – MENDO INSIDER TOuRS
100 Jewett St, Fort Bragg
707-962-4131
mendoinsidertours.com
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23 – POINT CABRILLO LIGHTHOuSE
The Lightkeeper’s House
Museum
45300 Lighthouse Rd,
Mendocino
707-937-6122
pointcabrillo.org
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24 – RICOCHET RIDGE RANCH
Horseback Trail Rides
24201 n Highway 1, Fort Bragg
707-964-7669 · 888-873-5777
horse-vacation.com
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ATTRACTIONS / THINGS TO DO
ATTRACTIONS / THINGS TO DO ATTRACTIONS / THINGS TO DO ARTISTS, STuDIOS, GALLERIES
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CAMPGROuNDS / RV PARKS
DINING / BARS
29 – HARBOR RV PARK
1021 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-961-1511
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30 – POMO RV PARK & CAMP-
GROuND
17999 tregoning ln, Fort Bragg
707-964-3373
pomorv.com
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31 – 955 uKIAH ST RESTAuRANT
“Same Owner Chef since 1987”
955 Ukiah St, Mendocino
707-937-1955
955restaurant.com
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32 – ALBION RIVER INN
3790 n Highway 1, albion
707-937-1919 · 800-479-7944
albionriverinn.com
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33 – CAFÉ BEAuJOLAIS
961 Ukiah St, Mendocino
707-937-5614
cafebeaujolais.com
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34 – CHAPTER & MOON
RESTAuRANT
32150 N Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg
707-962-1643
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35 – CLIFF HOuSE RESTAuRANT
1011 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-961-0255
fortbraggcliffhouse.com
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36 – EGGHEAD’S RESTAuRANT
326 n Main St/P.o. Box 2540
Fort Bragg
707-964-5005/8543
eggheadsrestaurant.com
See my Ad on page 6
37 – FRANKIE’S PIzzA &
ICE CREAM PARLOR
“A community gathering
place.” Great food – live
music – beer and wine –
vegan options
44951 Ukiah St, Mendocino
707-937-2436
frankiesmendocino.com
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14 – HEADLANDS COFFEEHOuSE
120 East laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-1987
headlandscoffeehouse.com
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38 – HOME STyLE CAFÉ
Serving Breakfast and Lunch
790 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-6106
homestylecafe.com
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39 – LAuREL DELI & DESSERTS
Great food, service, pies,
muffns, cookies, espresso,
coffee bar.
In the Depot Building
401 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-7812
laurel-deli-and-desserts.com
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19 – LITTLE RIVER INN
RESTAuRANT
7901 n Highway 1, little River
707-937-5942 · 888-inn-loVE
littleriverinn.com
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25 – SKuNK TRAIN
Foot of laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-6371 · 866-457-5865
skunktrain.com
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26 – SuB-SuRFACE PROGRESSION
18600 n Highway 1, Fort Bragg
707-964-3793
abdive.com
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27 – TEMPLE OF KWAN TAI
45160 Albion St, Mendocino
707-937-5123
kwantaitemple.org
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28 – WESTPORT VILLAGE SOCIETy
Westport Headlands
“Your Special Place…”
headlands@westportvillagesocietyorg
westportca.org
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ATTRACTIONS / THINGS TO DO DINING / BARS DINING / BARS
40 – LITTLE RIVER MARKET &
GOuRMET DELI
Open 7 days/Ocean view
seating!
7746 n Highway 1, little River
707-937-5133
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41 – MacCALLuM HOuSE INN &
RESTAuRANT
45020 albion St, Mendocino
707-937-0289 · 800-609-0492
maccallumhouse.com
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42 – MENDOCINO CAFÉ
“We support the health of our
planet and our customers”
Open 7 days a week
10451 lansing St, Mendocino
707-937-2422
mendocinocafe.com
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43 – MENDOCINO MARKET & DELI
“The Best Sandwich in
Town.” Fresh wild seafood
and local meats. Free delivery
in town of Mendocino.
45051 Ukiah St, Mendocino
707-937-3474
mendocinomarket.com
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44 – NORTH COAST BREWING CO
TAPROOM & GRILL
444 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-3400
northcoastbrewing.com
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LODGING
32 – ALBION RIVER INN
3790 n Highway 1, albion
707-937-1919 · 800-479-7944
albionriverinn.com
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52 – ALEGRIA OCEANFRONT INN &
COTTAGES
44781 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-5150 · 800-780-7905
oceanfrontmagic.com
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53 – ATRIuM – A GARDEN INN By
THE SEA
700 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-9440 · 800-287-8392
atriumbnb.com
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54 – BEACHCOMBER MOTEL
1111 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-2402 · 800-400-7873
thebeachcombermotel.com
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55 – BEST WESTERN VISTA
MANOR LODGE
1100 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4776 · 800-821-9498
bestwestern.com
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56 – BLACKBERRy INN
44951 Larkin Road
Mendocino, CA 95460
707-937-5281 · 800-950-7806
blackberryinn.biz
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57 – BLAIR HOuSE B&B
45110 little lake Street
Mendocino, Ca 95460
707-937-1800 · 800-699-9296
blairhouse.com
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58 – BREWERy GuLCH INN
9401 n Highway 1
Mendocino, Ca 95460
707-937-4752 · 800-578-4454
brewerygulchinn.com
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See my Ad on page 10
59 – COAST GETAWAyS
45061 little lake St
Mendocino, Ca 95460
707-937-9200 · 800-525-0049
coastgetaways.com
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60 – ELK COVE INN & SPA
6300 S Highway 1
Elk, CA 95432
707-877-3321 · 800-275-2967
elkcoveinn.com
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11 – EMERALD DOLPHIN INN &
MINI GOLF
1211 S Main St
Fort Bragg, Ca 95437
707-964-6699 · 866-964-6699
emeralddolphin.com
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45 – SILVER’S AT THE WHARF
32260 N Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg
707-964-4283
silversatthewharf.com
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46 – TW’S GRILLE & BAR
400 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4761
yelp.com/biz/tws-grille-and-
bar-fort-bragg
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47 – THE MENDOCINO HOTEL &
GARDEN SuITES
45080 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-0511 · 800-548-0513
mendocinohotel.com
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48 – THE MOOSSE CAFÉ
390 Kasten St, Mendocino
707-937-4323
themoosse.com
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49 – THE q BBq RESTAuRANT
“Fun, Casual BBQ Joint.
Great Food!”
1064 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-961-0100
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50 – WESTPORT HOTEL
Ocean Views
38921 n Highway 1, Westport
707-964-3688 · 877-964-3688
westporthotel.us
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See my Ad on page 4
51 – WILD FISH RESTAuRANT
Nern California Cuisine
7750 n Highway 1, little River
707-937-3055
wild-fsh.com
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LODGING
DINING / BARS DINING / BARS
61 – GLASS BEACH BED &
BREAKFAST INN
726 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-6774
glassbeachinn.com
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62 – GLENDEVEN INN & WINE
BAR[N]
8205 N Highway 1, Little River
707-937-0083 · 800-822-4536
glendeven.com
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63 – GRIFFIN HOuSE INN
5910 S Highway 1, Elk
707-877-3422
griffnhouseinn.com
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64 – HARBOR LITE LODGE
120 n Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg
707-964-0221 · 800-643-2700
reservations@harborlitelodgecom
harborlitelodge.com
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See my Ad on page 6
65 – HEADLANDS INN BED &
BREAKFAST
10453 Howard St, Mendocino
707-937-4431 · 800-354-4431
headlandsinn.com
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66 – HILL HOuSE INN
10701 Palette Dr, Mendocino
707-937-0554 · 800-422-0554
hillhouseinn.com
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67 – HOWARD CREEK RANCH
40501 N Highway 1, Westport
707-964-6725
howardcreekranch.com
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68 – INN AT SCHOOLHOuSE CREEK
7051 N Highway 1, Little River
707-937-5525 · 800-731-5525
schoolhousecreek.com
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69 – JOSHuA GRINDLE INN
44800 Little Lake St,
Mendocino
707-937-4143 · 800-474-6353
joshgrin.com
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19 – LITTLE RIVER INN
7901 n Highway 1, little River
707-937-5942 · 888-inn-loVE
littleriverinn.com
Z X e
See my Ad on page 14
41 – MacCALLuM HOuSE INN &
RESTAuRANT
45020 albion St, Mendocino
707-937-0289 · 800-609-0492
maccallumhouse.com
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See my Ad on page 12
70 – MENDOCINO SEASIDE
COTTAGE
Ocean views as far as the
eye can see.
10940 lansing St, Mendocino
707-485-0239 · 800-944-3278
romancebythesea.com
See my Ad on page 12
71 – MOTEL 6
400 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4761
motel6.com
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72 – NORTH CLIFF HOTEL
1005 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-962-2500 · 866-962-2550
northcliffhotel.net
Z X e
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73 – SEA GuLL INN
44960 albion St, Mendocino
707-937-5204 · 888-937-5204
seagullbb.com
Z e
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74 – SEA ROCK INN
11101 Lansing St, Mendocino
707-937-0926 · 800-906-0926
searock.com
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75 – SEABIRD LODGE
191 South St, Fort Bragg
707-964-4731 · 800-345-0022
seabirdlodge.com
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76 – SHORELINE COTTAGES
18725 N Highway 1, Fort Bragg
707-964-2977 · 800-930-2977
shoreline-cottage.com
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77 – STANFORD INN By THE SEA
& SPA ECO LODGE
Highway 1 & Comptche-
ukiah Rd, Mendocino
707-937-5615 · 800-331-8884
stanfordinn.com
Z X e
See my Ad on page 13
78 – SuRF & SAND LODGE
1131 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-9383 · 800-964-0184
surfsandlodge.com
Z X e
See my Ad on page 9
79 – SuRF MOTEL & GARDENS
1220 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-5361 · 800-339-5361
surfmotelfb.com
Z e
See my Ad on page 9
80 – SWEETWATER SPA & INN
44840 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-4076 · 800-300-4140
sweetwaterspa.com
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See my Ad on page 13
81 – THE ANDIRON - SEASIDE INN
& CABINS
6051 Highway 1, Little River
707-937-1543 · 800-955-6478
theandiron.com
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48 – THE BLuE HERON INN
390 Kasten St, Mendocino
707-937-4323
theblueheron.com
47 – THE MENDOCINO HOTEL &
GARDEN SuITES
45080 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-0511 · 800-548-0513
mendocinohotel.com
Z X e
See my Ad on page 12
82 – THE RAKu HOuSE INN
998 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-1734 · 888-262-3576
rakuhouse.com
Z e
See my Ad on page 13
50 – WESTPORT HOTEL
38921 n Highway 1, Westport
707-964-3688 · 877-964-3688
westporthotel.us
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See my Ad on page 4
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MEDIA
83 – THE COAST, KOzT-FM
FM 95.3/ 95.9
110 S Franklin St, Fort Bragg
707-964-7277 · 800-39-COAST
kozt.com · kozt.com/mobile
PERFORMING ARTS
84 – MENDOCINO THEATRE
COMPANy
45200 little lake St,
Mendocino
707-937-4477
mendocinotheatre.org
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REAL ESTATE
86 – CENTuRy 21 FORT BRAGG
REALTy
809 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-2121
c21fortbraggrealty.com
87 – CENTuRy 21 SEASCAPE
REALTy
45050 Little Lake St,
Mendocino
707-937-2121
c21seascaperealty.com
88 – MENDO REALTy FORT
BRAGG
690 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-3610
mendorealty.com
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89 – MENDO REALTy MENDOCINO
1061 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-5822
mendorealty.com
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90 – PAMELA HuDSON REAL
ESTATE
Residential, Commercial and
Land. “25 Years Experience!”
1000 Main St, Corner of
Evergreen and Main,
Mendocino
707-937-3900
PamelaHudson.net
SERVICES
91 – BRANESKy SHEET METAL &
STOVE SHOP
636 N Franklin St, Fort Bragg
707-964-0691 · 877-964-0691
braneskysheetmetal.com
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92 – COAST HARDWARE TRuE
VALuE & RADIO SHACK DEALER
“Big city items in a small
town store.”
300 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-2318
93 – MENDO-LAKE CREDIT uNION
Shared Branches & Co-Op
100 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-962-0232
mlcu.org
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21 – MENDOCINO COAST
DISTRICT HOSPITAL
700 River Dr, Fort Bragg
707-961-1234
mcdh.org
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94 – MENDOCINO TRANSIT
AuTHORITy
241 Plant Rd, ukiah
707-462-5765 · 800-696-4Mta
4Mta.org
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See my Ad on page 8
95 – RANDy’S CuSTOM GLASS
1031 S Main St, Suite E,
Fort Bragg
707-964-5353
randyscustomglass.com
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See my Ad on page 8
96 – ER ENERGy
147 East Laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-2446
erenergy.com
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97 – FLOBEDS MATTRESSES
234 East Redwood avenue
Fort Bragg
707-964-3356 · 800-356-2337
fobeds.com
See my Ad on page 6
98 – FORT BRAGG FEED & PET
880 Stewart St, Fort Bragg
707-964-3333
Find us on Facebook
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See my ad on page 6
99 – GALLERy BOOKSHOP &
BOOKWINKLE’S CHILDREN’S
BOOKS
Main & Kasten, Mendocino
707-937-2665
gallerybookshop.com
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100 – HARVEST AT MENDOSA’S
10501 Lansing St, Mendocino
707-937-5879
harvestmarket.com
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101 – HARVEST MARKET
171 Boatyard Dr, Fort Bragg
707-964-7000
harvestmarket.com
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SHOPPING
102 – LIVING LIGHT MARKET-
PLACE & CAFÉ
301-B N Main St, Fort Bragg
In The Company Store
707-964-2420 · 800-816-2319
rawfoodchef.com
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103 – MENDOCINO CHOCOLATE
COMPANy
232 n Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-8800 · 800-722-1107
mendocino-chocolate.com
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See my ad on page 7
104 – MENDOCINO CHOCOLATE
COMPANy
ukiah St, just east of lansing
Mendocino
707-937-1107 · 800-722-1107
mendocino-chocolate.com
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See my ad on page 7
105 – MENDOCINO HARDWARE
10510 Howard St, Mendocino
707-937-0375
harvestmarket.com
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106 – MENDOCINO SANDPIPER
Largest selection of affordable
jewelry since 1987—where
the locals shop
45280 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-3102
mendocinosandpiper.com
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107 – PIPPI’S LONGSTOCKINGS
123 East Laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-8071
pippisocks.com
SHOPPING PERFORMING ARTS
85 – SyMPHONy OF THE
REDWOODS
340 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-0898
symphonyoftheredwoods.org
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108 – RuBAIyAT BEAD SHOP &
RuG GALLERy
Beads, jewelry, incense, oils,
candles, tarot decks,
Pashmina shawls, statues,
Tibetan rugs, and more.
222 E Redwood Ave, Fort Bragg
707-961-0222
rubaiyatbeads.com
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109 – SILVER & STONE
Contemporary jewelry
designers,specializing in
sterling silver. Small
occasions to grand
celebrations. SF Magazine
Best winner; New York Times
36 Hours selection.
45005 Ukiah St, Mendocino
707-937-0257
silverandstone.net
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110 – TEAMWORK
T-shirts, Athletic Apparel,
Awards
334 N Main St, Fort Bragg
707-964-9122
111 – THANKSGIVING COFFEE
COMPANy INC
19100 S Harbor Dr, Fort Bragg
707-964-4711
thanksgivingcoffee.com
112 – THE ATTIC OF MENDOCINO
Antiques, vintage, curiosities,
custom decor.
10481 Lansing St, Mendocino
707-937-2360
mendocinocoast.com/
memberpages/theattic.html
113 – TOTO zAIDA
Imported items, one-of-a-kind
jewelry, adornments, leather
goods, paintings, and more
by local artists.
137 East Laurel St, Fort Bragg
707-964-8686
mendocinocoast.com/
memberpages/totoZaiDa.
html
114 – uNDERSTuFF!
310 n Franklin St, Fort Bragg
707-964-5013
understuffonline.com
See my Ad on page 9
115 – ANTIOCH RANCH
FuRNISHED COTTAGES
39451 Comptche-Ukiah Rd,
Mendocino
707-937-5570 · 877-460-7095
antiochranch.com
59 – COAST GETAWAyS
45061 little lake St, Mendocino
707-937-9200 · 800-525-0049
coastgetaways.com
Z X
See my Ad on page 11
116 – LIGHTHOuSE INN AT POINT
CABRILLO
45300 Lighthouse Rd, Mendocino
707-937-6123 · 800-262-7801
pointcabrillo.org
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117 – MENDOCINO COAST DuNES
Four beautiful vacation homes,
two landscaped acres, dunes,
ocean sounds.
North of MacKerricher State
Park, Fort Bragg
707-703-4699
mendocinocoastdunes.com
VRBo.com
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118 – MENDOCINO COAST
RESERVATIONS
45084 little lake St,
Mendocino
707-937-5033 · 800-262-7801
mcr@mendocinovacations.com
mendocinovacations.com
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119 – ROBISON PROPERTIES
P.o. Box 1813, Fort Bragg
707-895-2907 · 800-359-4649
robison@pacifc.net
mendocinovacationhomescom
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120 – TIDEAWAy – OCEAN
HIDEAWAy
Relax, Refresh, Rejuvenate.
Secluded yet minutes to town.
Just north of Mendocino
Coast Botanical Gardens,
Fort Bragg
530-647-6212
tideaway.com
VRBo.com/32264
SHOPPING
VACATION HOME RENTAL
VACATION HOME RENTAL
32 – ALBION RIVER INN
3790 n Highway 1
albion, Ca 95410
707-937-1919 · 800-479-7944
albionriverinn.com
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35 – CLIFF HOuSE RESTAuRANT
1011 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-961-0255
fortbraggcliffhouse.com
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See my Ad on page 6
121 – FORT BRAGG RENT-ALL &
PARTy WORKS
18550 n Highway 1 (at the
roundabout), Fort Bragg
holly@fortbraggrentall.com
fortbraggrentall.com
See my Ad on page 6
66 – HILL HOuSE INN
10701 Palette Dr, Mendocino
707-937-0554 · 800-422-0554
hillhouseinn.com
Z X
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19 – LITTLE RIVER INN
7901 n Highway 1, little River
707-937-5942 · 888-inn-loVE
littleriverinn.com
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WEDDINGS / CEREMONIES SHOPPING
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JanuaRy
Crab & Wine Days
Whale Exhibit, Ford House
FEBRuaRy
Crab & Wine Days
Temple of Kwan Tai Chinese New Year
Beneft Dinner
Whale Exhibit, Ford House
MaRCH
Mendocino Whale Festival
Little River Whale Festival
Fort Bragg Whale Festival
Whale Exhibit, Ford House
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Redwood Coast Whale & Jazz Festival
Wildfower Show, Ford House
May
Rhododendron Show, Fort Bragg
Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival
Boonville Beer Festival
Memorial Day Quilt Show
Heritage Days of Mendocino County
Fine Arts Fair, Gualala
Wildfower Show, Ford House
JunE
Mendocino Film Festival
Lions Club Carnival by the Sea
NorCoast Rodders Car Show
Big Fun Fair, Mendocino
Mendocino Coast Garden Tour
July
World’s Largest Salmon Barbecue
Fort Bragg Fireworks over Noyo Harbor
Mendocino 4th of July Parade
Point Arena Fireworks and Parade
Summer Arts & Crafts Fair
Mendocino Music Festival
Mendocino Coast Writers Conference
Shoreline Riders Rodeo
auGuSt
Gualala’s Art in the Redwoods
Art in the Gardens, Mendocino Coast
Botanical Gardens
Caspar World Folk Festival
Yorkville Highlands Wine Festival
Studio Discovery Tour, Gualala
SEPtEMBER
Paul Bunyan Days, Fort Bragg
Portuguese Festa
Winesong!
Mendocino County Fair & Apple Show
Mendocino Art Center Artists’ Open
Studio Tour
Studio Discovery Tour, Gualala
oCtoBER
Abalone Festival & Cook-Of
Lion’s Club Haunted House
noVEMBER
Wine & Mushroom Days
Day of the Dead
Festival of Trees, Gualala
Tanksgiving Arts & Crafts Fair
DECEMBER
Christmas Tree Lighting, Guest House
Museum
Holiday Lights Parade
Mendocino Coast Candlelight Inn Tour
Christmas at the Ford House
Christmas Tree Lighting at
the Kelley House
For complete event information, visit MendocinoCoast.com
41 – MACCALLuM HOuSE INN &
RESTAuRANT
45020 albion St, Mendocino
707-937-0289 · 800-609-0429
maccallumhouse.com
Z e
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72 – NORTH CLIFF HOTEL
1005 S Main St, Fort Bragg
707-962-2500 · 866-962-2550
northcliffhotel.net
Z X e
See my Ad on page 8
47 – THE MENDOCINO HOTEL &
GARDEN SuITES
45080 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-0511 · 800-548-0513
mendocinohotel.com
Z X
See my Ad on page 12
62 – GLENDEVEN INN & WINE
BAR[N]
8205 N Highway 1, Little River
707-937-0083 · 800-822-4536
glendeven.com
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122 – MENDOCINO WINE SHOP
45050 Main St, Mendocino
707-937-3397
mendocinowineshop@mcn.org
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123 – TOuR MENDOCINO WINES
We’ll take you on the
road less traveled. Come
experience a wine tour built
on your tastes.
707-849-2700
tourmendocinowines.com
See my ad on page 16
WEDDINGS / CEREMONIES WINERIES WEDDINGS / CEREMONIES WINERIES
Galleries are open late for First Friday
every month in Fort Bragg, and
Second Saturday in Mendocino and
Little River.
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Photo by Location Photographer Wilson Wu
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Fort Bragg CA 95437
707-961-6300
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All roads lead to the beauty and bounty of
Mendocino County: Scenic Highway 1, hugging
clifs' edge from Gualala in the south county north
to Rockport, where it turns inland away from the
coast and heads north.
State Highway 101 leaves Cloverdale in Sonoma
County, curving gently through the verdant
farmland of the Anderson Valley Wine Region,
coming through the lush coolness of Navarro River
Redwoods State Park and out to the Pacifc Ocean
at Highway 1.
State Highway 20 twists its way from Highway
101 at Willits, the most direct route to the coast.
Take a picnic break halfway through the journey at
Jackson Demonstration State Forest's Camp 20.
Whichever route you choose, you'll make delightful
discoveries and have new adventures on the
Mendocino Coast… and Beyond! Come visit
today!
MENDOCINO COAST & WINE COuNTRy GuIDE
Chamber of Commerce
M E N D O C I N O C O A S T
2012–2013 Visitor Information Guide

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