Welcome to Mendocino Travelers Guide!

Let us be your guide to the many pleasures of Mendocino County. Look through our digital magazine to find information on where to stay, where to eat, where to shop and more. Start from Page 1 and browse cover to cover; or use the links on this page to jump right to the many things we have to tell you about Mendocino County. Timeless communities and rugged natural splendor invite journeying in Mendocino County from coast to inland, north to south. You’re invited to experience our rural small towns, agricultural heritage, arts and crafts, and the pleasures of the table. As we like to say... put a little Mendocino in your life!

New Coastal Trail Opens

New Coastal Trail Opens

Mendocino County residents and visitors have just begun to explore a portion of the county coastline. A place that until recently had been closed to the public for nearly a century. The Fort Bragg Coastal Trail is a multi-million dollar project that has taken years of planning and development to bring to fruition, according to Marie Jones, Community Development Director for the City of Fort Bragg. .

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New Wellness & Beauty Section

New Wellness &
Beauty Section

Residents of Mendocino County have long been fortunate beneficiaries of superlative, knowledgeable and cutting-edge wellness and beauty services, provided by unsurpassed individuals and businesses that call the county home. For decades, the region has drawn people interested in helping others, with many practitioners moving to the area because of its stunning geography and physical beauty.

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What’s on Tap?

What’s on Tap?

In 1609, London “Help Wanted” advertisements sought brewers for the Colonies. In 1790, adult beer and cider consumption totaled 34 gallons annually. German immigrants produced lager beers, which dominated the marketplace until the 20th century. By 1980, a mere four-dozen mega-breweries supplied beer to the nation. Like good food & fine wine, the craft beer movement blossomed in Northern California…

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North Coast

North Coast
Historic architecture, rocky bluffs and sandy shores, a working harbor, unique shops and a great selection of restaurants and lodging.

South Coast

South Coast
Beautiful seaside drives, dramatic headlands, an historic lighthouse, an active arts community, lodging from camping to luxury inns.

Anderson Valley

Anderson Valley
The very heart of Mendocino Wine Country. Pastoral scenery dotted with friendly hamlets where good food and drink are plentiful.

Russian River Valleys

Russian River Valleys
Mendocino's county seat and surrounding towns offer awardwinning wineries and breweries, a mild climate and Lake Mendocino.

North County

North County
A journey from rolling valleys to lush forests and rugged mountains, through vibrant small towns, each with its own unique character.
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