The Top 5 Things To Do In Mendocino

From waves crashing against breathtaking cliffs and harbor seals sunning themselves to tide pools and secluded coves, craft the perfect trip to the coast with the top 5 Things To Do In Mendocino.


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Mendocino's South Coast - Beauty, Tranquility and Hidden Gems

The South Coast of Mendocino - bordering Sonoma County - is a place of tranquility that beckons the adventurer who wants to breathe the salty, fresh ocean air, feel the breeze on the beach and take in lingering golden sunsets. Enjoy one of California most dramatic drives as Highway One meanders through unhindered dairy lands, rolling golden hills, breathtaking vistas and valleys through farmland.

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Mendocino's North Coast - Something For Everyone!

The North Coast, a place of beauty. Surrounded by towering, coastal redwood forests, Mendocino Village beautifully maintains its Victorian-era ambiance. Year-round flower gardens proliferate in the temperate climate. State and recreational parks sustain abalone coves, waterfalls and the unique Pygmy forest. From Elk to Westport, Highway One follows the breathtaking coastline.

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Step Outside Somona And Napa To Explore Mendocino's Wine Country

Families, wine connoisseurs and fresh air enthusiasts will find plenty to enjoy in Mendocino County’s Wine Country. Ride a bike or take a hike in a state park, fish the rivers and streams, play golf or tennis and ride horseback over hill and dale. If you are planning a mellow trip, ride the Skunk Train in Willits or visit Ridgewood Ranch, home of the famous racehorse Seabiscuit.

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The Best Ocean Views In Mendocino

Driving Highway One on the California coast is an iconic destination for travelers and locals alike. Every turn provides an awe-inspiring panoramic of some of this country's greatest natural views; here are a few of our favorite:


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Relax And Stroll Through This Ocean Front Botanical Garden Year-Round

#2 on Sunset Magazine’s list! “Canyons, wetlands, pine forest, and more make up this 47-acre garden overlooking the Pacific." 

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Plan a Romantic, Valentine's Day Weekend in Mendocino

From redwood groves to the wine country,

California's northern coast is home to some of the most romantic getaways. 


Custom Redwood Coast riding vacations with Ricochet Ridge Ranch


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View the Annual Whale Migration off the Mendocino Coast

The annual gray whale migration begins in October when pregnant mothers leave the Bering Strait and head south to the warmer, safer waters of Baja, Mexico. In mid-February, the whales can be seen heading north again with their new calves. Mother whales stick to shallow waters to save their young from killer whales and can be seen from the coast. 

Celebrate at The Fort Bragg Whale Festival March 18-19, 2017

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