Willits Travel Guide

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Willits Things to Do

  • Willits Frontier Days

    This week-long July 4th celebration is the home of California's oldest continuous rodeo. 2004 marked its 78th year. For your enjoyment are CCPRA rodeos, street dances, barbecues, horseshows, a cowboy breakfast, the Black Bart Gunfighters, a parade, a carnival, gymkhana, junior rodeo, and more. This is the ultimate small town 4th of July...

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  • Ride The Skunk Train

    The Skunk Train travels through Redwood Forests, mountains, and meadows between Willits and Fort Bragg. The scenery is breathtaking!Call ahead of time - I know the Fort Bragg station is still open. But, not to long ago the Willits portion of the railroad was closed. The plan was for it to be opened back up, but I don't know if that has happened or...

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  • Golf in the Redwoods -- Really!

    The Brooktrails Golf Course. This breathtaking scenery is home to a 9 hole golf course which is open year round. Green fees are inexpensive & there is a small golf shop on the property offering snacks & supplies. Try not to hit the deer with the golf ball - they think the green was put there especially for them.

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  • Mouth Watering Local Produce

    The Willits Farmers Market is open Thursday afternoons 3-6 pm from May through October. It is located in downtown Willits at the City Park. The wide variety of fruits and vegetables offered here will be perfect for snacking on during the rest of your trip.

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  • Mendocino County Museum

    This is a great museum to learn about Mendocino County's past. Exhibits explain how the area was settled and includes Yuki and Pomo Indian basketry, objects recovered from the 1850 Frolic shipwreck and rare horse drawn vehicles. The museum is open Wednesday. through Sunday, 10am to 4:30pm. Admission is free.

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  • Watch Antique Steam Logging Equipment at...

    Located next to the Mendocino County Museum, this outdoor display of working antique steam-powered logging equipment is an interesting and informative history lesson - especially for anyone into mechanics. Plus, it's a great place to get out and stretch your legs. Call ahead of time to ensure the museum is open. Sometimes they start the engines up,...

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Willits Restaurants

  • A Chinese Restaurant on Highway 101

    It's a small Chinese Restaurant with all-you-can eat style restaurant. The owner/waitress was the owner of the restaurant and since they were almost closing, she allowed us to eat.The food was okay. I suggest to all roadtrip travelers to eat first before heading to the Redwood National Forest because then you can't find any available restaurants...

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  • Great Vegetarian Burritos!

    We travel through Willits a lot. Living in Shelter Cove, the only way south to the bay area is US101 which passes through Willits. There are numerous restaurants in Willits, unfortunately we have not found any of unique quality...other than Bravo Taqueria, the only place we will eat at in Willits. Wide assortment of Mexican food, somewhat limited...

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  • You HAVE to order the Guacamole!

    This restaurant is family owned & run - one of a kind. The food is soooooo good! The owners are great & provide good service too - your waiter/waitress will most likely be one of the family members. "El Mex" is almost always busy - but you'll be seated soon enough, the wait is never too long. This is a mexican restaurant in which you can order in...

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