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Fort Bragg, CA

This summer I would love to go on a little getaway with my boyfriend to visit Glass Beach in Fort Bragg, CA. I've been there before, but he hasn't and I think it would be fun and relaxing to see it together. My boyfriend and I live 5 hours apart (He's in So Cal, I'm in Nor Cal) and this would be an easy adventure/road trip that we could enjoy together around both of our schedules. :)


(Highway 1) North of MacKerricher State Park, Fort Bragg, California

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Glass Beach "When driving north on Hwy. 1, turn left on Elm St. Drive down till you see the parking area facing the sea. Walk on the path, which runs parallel with a chain link fence. When you reach the end of the fence [almost at the edge of a cliff] be sure and turn left [south] and follow the path down to the beach".

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State Parks Near Fort Bragg, California

Explore the California redwoods at most state parks near Fort Bragg.

Map of Three Sea Glass Beach Sites in Fort Bragg, California--Sites One and Two have the most sea glass. Site Two is the most frequently visited cove. Just take Elm Street, park, and follow the path straight. Don't go right at the fork in the path. Turn left at the end of the fence. Walk a little until you see the cove and climb down a small cliff.


redwood forest -I was just there when I went to fort Bragg with my parents!!! Walked through it!! It's the chanderlien tree I think


Glass Beach, MacKerricher State Park, near Fort Bragg, California


Glass Beach, MacKerricher State Park, near Fort Bragg, California Glass Beach, CA