They say every dog has his day; well, your dog is bound to have the perfect day with this itinerary!
Paint, sew, throw, sculpt—Fort Bragg is rich with arts classes and workshops.
Model trains, sea glass, tattoo culture, and more.
Why settle for farm-to-table when you can go to the farm? Meet our local farmers.
If you’re in a wheelchair and heading to Fort Bragg, you’ll want to visit these wheel-friendly spots.
Our town was forged by land and sea, through sheer grit and determination, by explorers, lumberjacks, and fishermen. Today, we’re a community of doers, builders, artists, and adventurers who use our hands to live. We negotiate the elements, we steer our vessels and cast our lines, we crack the shells of our dinner, we create, we get things done.
Here, everything feels larger than life: the towering redwoods of Russian Gulch State Park, the craggy bluffs of Glass Beach, the bustle of Noyo Harbor, the winding path of the Coastal Trail. There’s a mythic quality to this place, a sense of mystery that suggests forgotten tales and old legends waiting to be discovered and retold.
Located in Mendocino County on California’s North Coast, Fort Bragg is 3.5 hours north of San Francisco, and getting here is its own adventure. Find your path and start planning your trip.