Sea Gull Inn Bed and Breakfast

44960 Albion Street, PO Box 317, Mendocino, California, 95460, United States
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gorgeous spots at Lake Mendocinogorgeous spots at Lake Mendocino

Travel Tips for Mendocino

slow mornings and long afternoons

by richiecdisc

We had a slow morning with another brewpub just up the road. It was nice to not rush and even nicer to arrive at much anticipated Bear Republic for lunch. The little town of Healdsburg was charming and the brewpub was a fantastic bustling affair. The food was nothing short of fantastic, the beer even better and the bartender perhaps best of all. We left a couple hours later with a box full of beer for our cooler, wishing we could afford a room within walking distance of this beer mecca.

Thankfully distances were short on this leg of our trip and we had spotted a cool sounding place on the map that had a campground called Lake Mendocino. It was in the general direction we were headed so we made our way up there, passing beautiful vineyards en route. Though we were enjoying the amazing craft beers of the region, for most the area is more noted for wine.

The lake was pretty though not as close to the campground as we had envisioned but it was nonetheless scenically situated right on the sun dried golden hills that are the hallmark feature to those who know California well. It also being right in the middle of 4th of July weekend was very busy though we managed to get a nice primo spot. It was obviously a very local place and most of our neighbors were big Hispanic families out enjoying the holiday, with ample food and Latin music blaring.

After setting up our tent, we put out quite a feast of our own with cheese, salami, and crusty bread gathered in Healdsburg and, of course, our stash of goodies from Bear Republic. Doreen could enjoy the beer more here as she again had been the designated driver from the brewery to our current digs. As the sun went lower in the sky, our surroundings glowed and no, it was not just all the good food and beer going to our heads. We had found another beautiful place to camp and we lamented no more about not breaking down and getting a room closer to town. (continued in Fondest Memory below)

camping country

by richiecdisc

While there is a long stretch of coast trail here and it is possible to backpack your way, this is more the domain of the day hiker and a small day pack will suffice. Good sturdy hiking shoes are best for both coastal hiking and strolling through the redwood forests. In summer, you could wear shorts and a t-shirt but weather is changeable and it can be quite cool in summer if a fog blows in or it begins to rain. Rain gear would be considered essential but we had nothing but sunny skies! Wide angle is great for taking photos of charming towns like Mendocino as well as taking in the expanses of coast and redwood forests. Accommodation is generally higher than many places in the US so it's wise to bring a tent and do some camping. It's not only a great way to save money, it gets you closer to nature and there are some amazing campgrounds here set in forests you may have dreamed about. D was the perfect partner in this relaxed and peaceful time.

north of Fort Bragg

by plannersis

"A wellness weekend retreat"

We are coming to the area for a special weekend event but might decide to stay extra days and explore. I'm thrilled that I've gotten a response from a local who will be sharing their home with us, so won't have to spring for an expensive hotel. We'll be there mid-August but this page doesn't allow for a planned visit, only one that's happened, so that is why I had to mark it last month.


by SFHulaGIrl

Mendocino is two hours north of San Francisco, amongst the redwoods and vineyards of the Mendocino Coast. The city of Mendocino itself has many low white frame Victorian buildings and old water towers; its population is a mere 1,200.

We drove to Mendocino with another couple on July 3rd, yet the town was already set up to celebrate the 4th of July with plenty of bunting and American flags. We found it quaint and quiet.

Rasta_Rob's Mendocino Page

by Rasta_Rob

Mendocino is a gem of a small town located along California's scenic northern coast. "Mendo" is full of historic buildings, shops, and restaurants, and has a slightly Bohemian feel. Nearby beaches and hiking trails offer something for everyone.


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