Although Fort Bragg is a smaller town, there’s still plenty of things to see and do. If you plan on traveling to this beautiful ocean town on the Northern Coast of California, then check out my suggested itineraries so that you can make the most of your trip:
Glass Beach: This wonderful beach is a popular destination for Fort Bragg visitors. That’s why we recommend getting out there before the crowds show up. Read More
Breakfast at Dennys: After a nice stroll along Glass Beach, head over to Dennys which is right down the street. Another option is heading south on Highway 1 back toward Noyo Bridge and stopping at Starbucks.
Mendocino Botanical Gardens: Just a few short minutes south of Fort Bragg on Highway 1, the Botanical Gardens is a wonderful opportunity to experience nature at its best. From the blooming flowers to the incredible ocean views, the Gardens is a must see place when visiting Fort Bragg. Read More
Fine Dining at Silvers At the Wharf: Enjoy a great dinner at a great establishment. It’s located in Noyo Harbor right at the edge of the bay. Official Site
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Ride The Skunk Train: This train will take you on a near four hour journey from Fort Bragg to Northspur. The first train typically leaves around 10 am and will take you out of Fort Bragg and into the majestic Redwoods. Official Site
Jenny’s Giant Burgers: This is my favorite place to eat in Fort Bragg. The burgers are great and it has a small town feel. A great place to eat after four hours on a train. Read More
Downtown Fort Bragg: Downtown is filled with plenty of local shops located in some vintage buildings. There are historical sites, galleries, antiques, museums and more. A great way to spend the afternoon or evening in Fort Bragg.
Point Cabrillo Lighthouse: This lighthouse is the perfect way to spend the evening. Head out there and watch the sunset right along the cliffs. Spectacular views as far as the eye can see. Read More
Explore MacKerricher State Park: This beautiful state park spans 10 miles along the shore from Glass Beach all the way north to Ten Mile River. It’s a haven for birdwatchers and it’s even a nice location for whale watching and seal watching. The state park is also a great place for fishing at Cleone Lake, camping, hiking along the coast and more. Official Site
If you need a hotel suggestion, check out the North Cliff Hotel