Attractions & Things To Do In Mendocino
So Much To Experience On The Northern California Coast
Tucked among the hills and redwoods, this nine-hole course presents unexpected challenges to golfers.
Ease into an ocean kayak and paddle off on a professionally guided sea cave tour through Van Damme State Park.
Anderson Valley is located in the rolling hills of the coastal region of Mendocino County, about two hours north of San Francisco.
There is much to do and even more to see when visiting this 270-acre state park featuring pristine coastal bluffs, windswept prairie-land and hidden coves.
No need to be alarmed by the name, the Skunk Train is a historic passenger railway that runs through forty miles of majestic redwood forests, scenic mountain meadows, and over 30 bridges overlooking the pristine mountain waters of Northern California.
Established in 1972, Catch a Canoe & Bicycles, Too! continues to provide a wide selection of kayaks, canoes, outriggers, and bicycles for exploring beautiful Big River and beyond.
Established by transplanted New Englanders in the 1850s, Mendocino Village feels more like a charming East Coast fishing hamlet.
Overlooking a rugged expanse of the Pacific Ocean in the charming coastal village of Mendocino, the Art Center is a highly regarded artistic and educational institution.
Situated on the coast, this state park features a 2½-mile self-guided nature trail called the Ecological Staircase.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens offers everything from colorful flowers to thunderous waves.