Coast Inn & Spa

18661 North Hwy 1, Fort Bragg, California, 95437, United States
Coast Inn & Spa
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  • Families50
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  • Solo75
  • Business80

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by GypsyLightChaser

Fort Bragg Mendocino Coast draws the experienced surfers to its waters. Large powerful waves arrive in the winter so if you know what you are doing this is the time to come try to catch a wave. Summer is for more laid back surfing as the waves are more mellow.

Remember the Great White Shark is in our ocean. GONE SURFING
319 N. Franklin St
Fort Bragg, CA

(707) 961-0889

Fort Bragg

by WulfstanTraveller

Fort Bragg is a neat town on the coast of Mendocino County, apparently named for Braxton Bragg, who later became a Confederate general during the Civil War and who is also the namesake of Fort Bragg, NC.

With about 7,000 people, it is the second largest city in Mendocino County. It is an old fishing and lumber town, but both industries have declined significantly and recently almost completely died out. Economically, there is not much going on here now, although it is somewhat of a tourist spot and has plenty of shops and restaurants in its simple but quaint and attractive downtown. We love coming up here to escape the heat when an occaisional heat wave hits home as even on such unusually hot days that Santa Rosa and Petaluma reach ove 100F, Fort Bragg will still be a nice 65 or so.

Paul Bunyan Days Parade

by horsinround2

"It's so much fun!"

The annual Paul Bunyan Days Parade on Labor Day weekend (September) is quirky and so much fun to watch - you're guaranteed to laugh! The mix of conservative old logging and fishing families, old hippies, and liberal college kids makes this parade a must see. The purpose is to celebrate Fort Bragg's logging heritage. There are lots of logging type contests including axe throwing, and pole climbing. There is also a tricycle race for the kids, a pie eating contest, square dancing, fireman's waterfight, and many other fun events over the weekend. For info call: (707)964-8687.


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 Coast Inn & Spa

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Address: 18661 North Hwy 1, Fort Bragg, California, 95437, United States