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Looking for a hotel near Mendocino Coast CA? Seeking Fort Bragg ocean hotel choices that will leave you with plenty of funds left to enjoy the area? We’re the choice for smart travelers who are looking for a hotel where comfort and convenience come at an affordable price.

So what’s available to do nearby? We’re just 3 miles from Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. We’re just a few minutes on foot from the unique views and nostalgic experience of the famed Skunk Train Station. Also it’s about a 5-minute walk from our hotel the amazingly smooth and compelling Glass Beach, where you can enjoy fun in the sun all day long. Plus, there’s Guest House Museum and its local history collection. All of these compelling attractions are yours to see and explore when you come to Fort Bragg.

Additionally, we’re in downtown Fort Bragg, where you’ll find shops and entertainment as well as a wide range of restaurants sure to satisfy any taste. Come for the restaurants, the history, the beaches or whatever you like. Stay for the range of affordable experiences that you and your family or traveling companions are sure to enjoy. We’re ready to serve you while you’re in the area.

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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens - The Gardens has a bird watching hike once a month. Beaches, coastal trails and parklands are all beautiful and rewarding areas for bird watchers whether spending a few hours or a few days. Check with the Gardens as they have many special events occurring through out the year.

Whale Watching - November through April the whale migration is viewed from the rugged coastline. Catch a glimpse of a tail or a whale spouting from the headlands, your balcony or a whale watching boat out of Noyo Harbor. Walks along the coast line with a picnic lunch work well also.

Noyo Harbor - Where the commercial sport fishing fleet anchor. There are also whale watching, coastal cruises, salmon fishing, crabbing, and home to the Coast Guard. Many fine sea food restaurants in this the, largest harbor between San Francisco and Eureka. See below.

Party Boats/Ocean Fishing - Many boats based in Noyo Harbor, will take you out for any number of excursions. salmon, rockcod, albacore, ling cod, bottom fishing, crabbing, and sunset cruises with karaoke. There are as many fishing boat trips as there are fish types. Check out what is available.

Ecological Staircase and Coastal State Parks - Journey back into time with a park ranger to witness the earth’s formations and how they were formed in each geological age and transition. The Staircase is located at Jughandle State Reserve but the Mendocino Coast has many State and Private Campgrounds. This link will take you to the State listings.

Anderson Valley Wine Country - A narrow winding road through a beautiful secluded valley of small world-class wineries. Stop and smell the roses and experience your favorite wines.

Redwood Excursion Skunk Train - Known to locals as the Skunk Train, this railroad is like no other in California. Started in 1885 as a logging railroad it now operates passenger trains through the Redwood Forest, along the Noyo River and over the Coastal Mountain Range. The “All Aboard!” call starts you on either a half day or a full day trip through natural beauty you won’t soon forget. Visit the Skunk Train web site.

Pygmy Forest - Trees one hundred years old are six to eight feet tall with a diameter the size of a quarter. The “soil” is grey and hard as cement.

Nurseries/Fuschiarama - Hundreds of beautiful plant species to observe or purchase.

Glass Beach - What once was the town dump is now an attraction for both visitors and residents. A beach unlike any other you are likely to find, for this beach is covered in small, now smooth bits of colored glass. Tiny bits of glass, like those you might find in an aquarium, now fills the beach from one end to the other. You can walk for hours picking up different colors, and some have even been known to keep a couple of interesting pieces they find.

World Class Micro Brewery - The Brewery opened in 1988. We couldn’t be more proud of them. Our North Coast Brewery has been named One of the Ten Best Breweries in the World by the American Beer Association. Needless to say, no trip to Fort Bragg would be complete without sampling a little home brew and maybe catching a tour of the brewery itself located north of downtown.

Horse Back Riding - Want to take a horse back ride along the beach at sunset? Or meander through the woods at a cowpokes pace? How about a brisk trot through the foam on a beach while the waves crash right next to you? Ricochet Ridge Ranch in Fort Bragg can make all your horse-based dreams come true. The ranch offers both English and Western riding. Half hour to all day private rides, as well as scheduled half hour rides. What about a week-long riding vacation? Ricochet Ridge Ranch can set it all up for you.

Train and Lumber Museum - In the middle of town, on the west side of Main Street, perched atop a small knoll sits a beautiful old Victorian home known as the Guest House Museum. Within the museum walls you will find display after display on local history, including logging, fishing, trains, and even pictures of those families who used to reside in our fair city many years ago. So take a step back through history and explore the birth of the largest town on the Mendocino Coast.

Galleries - Ever wondered what would happen if you surrounded people with natural beauty for years and then asked them to express it? We know what would happen… a small town only four miles long would be gifted with enough artisans to fill more than six galleries. And how would a small town go about celebrating those artisans? Why, it would hold parties on the First Friday of every month to open the new exhibits at all those local galleries.

Pudding Creek Trestle - The last remaining wooden train trestle of an era when logging trains ran along the shore, then inland along the Ten Mile River to pick up redwood logs for return to the Union Lumber Company mill. The tracks were torn up in 1954 and logging trucks continued to use the trestle to deliver logs to what is now Georgia Pacific.

Tidepools, Headlands, Secluded Beaches - The state parks have miles of beaches and rock formations. With endless interest you could be spending many pleasurable hours studying the many and various colorful life forms along the shore and coastal inlets.

Kayaking and Canoeing - Want to take to the rivers and explore? What better way then in a kayak or canoe? Visit Noyo Harbor from the water level, explore the peaceful intertidal environment of Noyo River, paddle up Big River and picnic on a spot of beach, or brave the currents and paddle right into the ocean! See sights you can’t get to on foot and would never dream of from a car. Are you a novice to paddling around? No problem! Lessons and safety equipment are available (including wetsuits). The Coast offers two places for rentals.

and of course Great Shopping - Antiques, collectibles, crafts, souvenirs, jewelry, boutiques, mini-malls, galleries, glass blowing, tatoos, jams, jellies, wines, micro-brews, smoked meats and fish, etc.

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