Welcome to California's Redwood Coast
Long famous as the home of the world's tallest trees, this scenic region is so rugged that explorers continue to look for new "champion" redwoods. Join us in celebrating California's Redwood Coast: a region that offers sparkling beaches, cascading rivers, quiet countryside, historic communities and a forest as old as the dinosaurs.
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The Pacific Ocean has worked for millions of years to carve out rock reefs, sea stacks, and sea caves that are an awe-inspiring wonderment to many. For kayakers, they can be a paddling playground. Surfing the swells and waves of the ocean over, through, and around these geological features in the ocean is referred to as rock gardening.
The Noyo Bay in Fort Bragg, California features over 30 different play spots for sea and whitewater kayakers. Angie’s Angst, Brindle’s Bash, The...
The Burbank Home is a modified Greek Revival house occupied by Luther Burbank from 1884 to 1906. He had another home built across Tupper Street in 1906, which was removed in the late 1960s for other development. After Burbank's death in 1926, the new occupants made several additions and...
Just West of the infamous San Andreas fault on the edge of the continent is Bolinas, a well-hidden enclave of artists, writers, musicians, fishermen and just plain folks. Although the community does not promote tourism, there are a limited number of guest accommodations available. One is...