The Mendocino Coast is an adventurer's wonderland, with something for everyone. Whether you want a gentle hike to a scenic waterfall, or along the coast, or a challenging adventure where you might get a little bit wet, we're happy to help guide you to exactly the right activity.
Please ask our team about everything from shopping to exploring the coast and forests. To help inspire you, we have created a few photo albums for you to enjoy.
The Noyo Harbor Inn property includes several outdoor garden areas and produces organic veggies and herbs that are part of the fine cuisine offered in the restaurant and bar.
Downtown Fort Bragg offers visitors shopping and activities, from art galleries to the Noyo Marine Center to cafes, restaurants and shops, this coastal town has a bit of everything for everyone.
The town of Mendocino, just a short drive south of the Noyo Harbor Inn, is a National Historic Monument, offering visitors the chance to enjoy the famous small coastal town and all it has to offer.
Glass Beach in Fort Bragg, was once covered in sea glass smoothed over the decades from the bottles discarded there, as trash, over a century ago. These days much of the glass is gone but, the beach and surrounding trails offer beautiful and dramatic environments for exploring, walking and a bit of sea glass collecting.
The Noyo Headlands Coastal Trail stretches more than 10 miles along the coast, offering a level, smooth, wide path for walking, biking, easy wheelchair and stroller access and leading to a series of amazing views, beaches and the new Noyo Center for Marine Science.
Private charters for sea fishing and whale watching adventures are available in the Noyo Harbor.
The Point Cabrillo Light Station is a working, historic light station just south of the Noyo Harbor Inn. The surrounding area is a state park with trails along the rugged coast, along with a visitors center and tours.