Bayfront Resort is the ultimate in ocean front property with an extraordinary view of Noyo Harbor and the ocean under Highway 1. Located just three and a half hours north of San Francisco, this resort is situated in California Historical Landmark Fort Bragg and has private dock access for crabbing and fishing. Have you ever dreamed of owning or renting a Park Model or Tiny Home in Fort Bragg? Well now you can! Below is an example and current local of Bayfront Resort. This Model is available for rent on VRBO.
From trash to treasure, Fort Bragg's Glass Beach is a well known area for tourist. It's easy to wonder how so much beautifully worn-down sea glass arrived on this beach as you walk down one of the three shorelines. Roughly 50 years ago the area was finally closed as a dump site where locals had been throwing their trash, including appliances and vehicles over the cliff edge to the beach below. There, the continuous hammering of the ocean waves would smooth and mold the broken glass into wonderful pieces of art and color called sea glass. In the decades since the closure so many tourists have visited the sites and taken a piece of sea glass with them as a souvenir that in 2015 there was an ordinance set in place making the removal of sea glass unlawful. This will ensure that visitors to the three glass beaches will be able to admire the beauty, just like we have, for years and years to come.
Phase I of the Coastal Trail project opened the North Coastal Trail on January 31, 2015. The South Coastal Trail opened on December 1, 2015. This phase of the project created 4.5 miles of trail on 82 acres of the old Georgia-Pacific mill site, restored over 20 acres of land to its former natural beauty, and provided three restrooms, two parking lots, 14 interpretive signs, Otsuchi Point ORIGINAL two welcome plazas, and several unique benches designed by local artists.
The second phase of the Coastal Trail will provide a half mile of trail on a ten-acre site near the Georgia Pacific mill pond, five acres of restoration, benches, interpretive panels and stairs to the beach at Fort Bragg Landing.
If the beach isn't your thing, maybe you'd love to take a ride on the Skunk Train, nicknamed such due to the original gas engines which people used to say, "You can smell 'em before you can see 'em." As the mills started to spring up in 1885 around the area, so did the need for the transportation of large logs to various sites. Having initially been established in 1904, the summer steam passenger service now called “The Super Skunk” was reestablished with Baldwin-built steam locomotives Nos. 45 and 46 forty years after the yellow "Skunk" rail cars were added to the mix in 1925. Renewed in September 2006 as a special event train, No.45 continues to run from Fort Bragg as far as Northspur on selected weekends, summer to early autumn.
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