(left) Dusty Medler (right) Lily Li

Bundle up. Hunker down.

There’s a chill vibe in Fort Bragg in the winter.

Maybe you thought that when the first storm blows in the North Coast closes its shudders and settles in for the winter. Well, we’re here to show you just how much you would miss by not planning an off-season trip to Fort Bragg. What if we said you could have a beach to yourself? Maybe a hike in the misty magic of a redwood grove in the rain. Whale watch. Deal shop. Or cozy up in your room with a fireplace and a view of the ocean. At Fort Bragg in the winter, without a lot of visitors, you’ll feel more like one of the locals. So, pack a few layers, your rain boots and knit cap and join us on a journey to enjoy Fort Bragg before the summer fog blows in and the crowds come back. Be sure to check in beforehand, however. Hours and policies can change because of Covid-19 restrictions.

Finally, Please Visit Responsibly

Here in Fort Bragg, we appreciate the visitors who share a love for our beautiful area and community. During the Covid-19 pandemic, travel restrictions are possible and may change suddenly. So, we ask that you always call ahead before visiting, wear a mask when inside or out in public and, most importantly, do not travel if you are sick. Thank you in advance, and we’re excited to see you this winter in Fort Bragg.